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Published by Conference Board in New York, NY .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Corporate governance,
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations,
  • Industrial management

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Lucy Alexander.
SeriesResearch report -- 1273-00-RR, Conference Board report -- no. 1273-00-RR.
ContributionsConference Board.
The Physical Object
Pagination22 p. ;
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13627246M
ISBN 100823707229
OCLC/WorldCa44650621

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Navigate cross border M&A for a flawless integration execution. Cross Border Mergers and Acquisitions is a practical toolbox for corporate strategy and development professionals dealing with the many challenges involved in cross border M&A. With a detailed discussion of key market specifics and broadly-applicable critical insight, this book demystifies the cross border M&A process and provides  › Books › Business & Money › Management & Leadership.   Cross-border mergers allow firms to alter the level of protection they provide to their investors, because target firms usually import the corporate governance system of the acquiring company by law. Therefore, cross-border mergers provide a natural experiment to analyze the effects of changes in corporate governance on firm value, and on an A new edited book on cross-border mergers was published by Springer: Thomas Papadopoulos (ed.) Cross-Border Mergers – EU Perspectives and National Experiences, Springer, The aim of this edited book is to analyze various aspects of the Cross-border Mergers Directive (hereinafter, “CBMD”).[1] The general objective is to scrutinise this harmonised area of EU company :// When addressing corporate governance aspects of mergers, cross-border activities are of special interest: the objective to create a merger of equals has led to new and interesting properties of /_Merger_of_Equals_und_Corporate_Governance.

Using firm-level data on cross-border mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and corporate governance in 22 countries, we find that crossborder M&A activity is associated with subsequent improvements in Adopting better corporate governance: Evidence from cross-border mergers   3 In the case of cross-border mergers, a bidder is entitled to subject a foreign-owned subsidiary to its local corporate law, irrespective of the domicile of the subsidiary (Bris and Cabolis, a, citing Muchlinski,). In this paper we illustrate the role of cross-border mergers in the process of corporate governance convergence. We explore in detail the corporate governance provisions in Rhone-Poulenc, a French company, and Hoechst, a German firm, and the resulting structure after the two firms merged in to create Aventis, legally a French ://