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Mergers & Acquisitions

Programme Overview

​To help organisations structure winning deals, the 4-day interactive programme aims to provide participants a practical, end-to-end understanding of the whole merger and acquisition (M&A) value chain. Through a series of real local and Western case studies and small group discussions, participants will explore the reasons and motivations for M&A, and examine the various strategic considerations including business plan, valuation, deal structuring, financing, negotiation and implementation issues associated with M&A. Post-merger integration and cross border acquisitions will also be discussed.



Understand the strategic considerations and issues involved

Learn to structure, negotiate and implement winning deals

Increase shareholder value through skillfully managed M&A
  1. Key Benefits

    At the end of the programme, participants will gain an understanding of:

    - The role of M&A as a legitimate activity in any entity’s corporate strategy and growth policy.

    - The processes involved in M&A, including target identification, due diligence, negotiation and implementation.

    - Common tools and techniques in valuation including estimation of synergies and determination of premium.

    - Deal structuring, financing options, including method of payments.

    - Specific issues in corporate restructuring, private equity and leverage buyouts, cross-border acquisitions and post-merger integration.

  2. Programme Structure / TOPICS

    The 4-day programme will be staggered over 2 weeks (2 days per week) to minimise disruption from work and to allow more time for pre-reading and case analysis.

    Pre-course reading materials will be provided to help you get up to speed so you can participate actively and benefit more from the programme.

    What will you learn?

    - Current trends in M&A
    - The Acquisition Process (Business Plan, Target Search and Screening, Negotiation, Due Diligence, Closing, Post-merger Integration)
    - Corporate Strategy and M&A
    - Acquisition as Growth Strategy
    - Corporate Restructuring
    - Valuation
    - Discounted Cash Flows Valuation, Cost of Capital Multiples
    - Valuing Synergies
    - International Issues on Valuation
    - Deal Structure and Financing
    - Stock or Cash?
    - Contingent Payments
    - Acquisition Financing
    - Private Equity & Leveraged Buyout
    - Negotiating M&As, Friendly versus Hostile Takeovers
    - Due Diligence I
    - Due Diligence 2
    - Post-Merger Integration

  3. Who Should Attend

    Typical participants include, but are not limited to:

    - Market / Business development managers
    - Corporate strategy managers
    - CFOs
    - Directors/Leaders of SMEs
    - Middle to senior level executives who are involved at any stage of M&A for their organisations

  4. Programme Dates and Venue​

    Date:
    11 - 12 Nov 2020 (Part 1)

    ​19 – 20 Nov 2020 (Part 2)


    Venue:
    NTU@one-north, Executive Centre
    Address: 11 Slim Barracks Rise (off North Buona Vista Road), Singapore 138664
    MRT: Buona Vista Station (Exit D)

    Nanyang Executive Education reserves the right to change the date, venue and mode of delivery due to unforeseen circumstances or prevailing government advisory.
  5. Programme Fees and Funding

    Fees in SGD: $3,880

    The fees above exclude GST. The usual 7% GST applies.

    Fees payable after SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) funding:

    4-Day Programme Fee In SGD
    ​  Fee before
    funding & GST
    Fee after
    funding & GST
    Singapore Citizens / PR (70% funding) ​$3,880 $1,245.50
    Singapore Citizens (aged >= 40)
    MCES1 - up to 90%
    ​$3,880 ​$469.50
    SME-sponsored Singapore Citizens / PR
    ETSS2 - up to 90%
    ​$3,880 ​$469.50
    ​Participants without funding ​$3,880​ ​$4,151.60

    1. Under the SkillsFuture Mid-career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES) scheme. For more information, visit the SkillsFuture website here.
    2. Under the Enhanced Training Support for Small & Medium Enterprises (ETSS) scheme. For more information, click here.

    SkillsFuture Credit
    In addition to the above funding, Singapore Citizens aged 25 and above and self-funded may use their SkillsFuture Credits to defray part of the course fee.

    Participants who wish to use their SkillsFuture Credit can download the SFC Claim form here​. Please submit the SFC claim form via email to nep@ntu.edu.sg at least 1 month before course start date.​​

    Funding Requirements
    - Participant must achieve at least 75% attendance for the programme.
    - Participant must complete all group discussions and presentations as assigned by the trainer – this will replace written assessment

    Participants do not need to contact Skillsfuture or SkillsConnect for funding prior to course registration. NTU will handle the funding paperwork for both self and company-sponsored participants. Participants will be invoiced the net amount after funding and GST.

  6. Testimonials

    "The programme helps participants gain a good understanding of the whole M&A eco-system. It provides good insights to the key criteria in formulation and execution of M&A strategies through lectures, case studies and discussions. The lecturer shared his own wealth of experience in class and was very patient in answering participants’ queries."

    Leeann Tiong
    Asia Treasury Manager, Roquette Asia Pacific Pte Ltd



    "This M&A executive programme provides depth and breadth across multiple business cases and real life scenarios. I've learnt how M&As are evaluated and structured with key insights to how we can scrutinise synergistic value, realise valuations and the rigor required post-merger. Will recommend this programme to managers who would like to extend their learning from the business planning perspective to being deal makers in the M&A landscape."

    Andy Koh
    Associate Director, Singtel



    "Good coverage such as private equity and due diligence that validates my experiences"

    Philip Lim
    Business Development Director, Chevron USA Inc (Singapore)

  7. PROGRAMME DIRECTOR

    Assoc Prof Ho Kim Wai
    Division of Banking & Finance

    Prof Ho is an Associate Professor of Banking and Finance at Nanyang Business School, NTU. He graduated with a First Class (Honours) in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College London. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant in England and Wales, and later obtained both his Masters and PhD degrees in finance.

    Prof Ho’s teaching and research interests are in corporate finance, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, business valuation and financial statement analysis and modelling. He has won many honors for his academic contributions. He was conferred the Public Service Medal Award (PBM) in 2005 and Long Service Medal (National Day Honours) in 2015.

    He has provided consulting services and training to variousbanks and government organsations. Some of these organisations include China Construction Bank, China Merchant Bank, China Minsheng Bank, DBS Bank, Huaxia Bank, ICBC, Economic Development Board, GIC, Infocomm Development Authority, JTC, Keppel Corporation and Monetary Authority of Singapore.

    To read more about Assoc Prof Ho Kim Wai and his achievements, please click here.


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