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Core M&A Skills Singapore 2018


M&A Skills Singapore

Core M&A Skills Singapore

A few of the delegates at the Core M&A Skills Singapore  course in April 2018 admire the excellent afternoon tea provided by staff at the Grand Hyatt, Singapore – the usual venue for our public Core M&A Skills courses in Singapore.

We work you hard but the quality of the catering almost makes up for it!

The Core Mergers and Acquisitions Skills programme (M&A training course), is a three day programme that teaches all the commercial and technical skills you will need to confidently lead or support a successful M&A transaction.

Guided by our expert tutors you move through the M&A process from strategy and deal origination to valuation, due diligence, deal structuring, contract negotiation. and post-merger integration.

The course is designed for established executives in the flow of their careers with a strong emphasis on the practical rather than the theoretical.  Each section of the course provides tools and approaches that you can be taken back to your company and put straight into action.

This course is independently accredited by the Continuing Professional Development Association to provide hours or points that can be applied to the CPD requirements of professional bodies.

For the duration of the COVID 19 emergency our Core Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) Skills training course will also be available as a webinar. This is an established and proven approach for The Merger Training Institute.

Delivering courses by webinar allows for flexibility of dates and format. Subject to tutor availability it may be possible to schedule an M&A training course for small groups, or even individuals, on dates of your choosing.

Click now for more information on our M&A Skills Singapore courses.


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