Frequent acquirers do on average create more value from acquisitions than infrequent acquirers because they are better equipped to avoid pitfalls and as a result capture more value from deals than infrequent acquirers tend to do.
Companies can learn how to become successful in mergers and acquisitions and turn their M&A capabilities into a competitive advantage and a strategic and financial asset.
Developing M&A capabilities can be an asset in itself but requires the development of skills, organizational structures – i.e. the departments and functions involved – roles, processes, procedures and templates throughout all the phases of an M&A transaction, coupled with structures to institutionalize learning from prior transactions and using that knowledge to grow and evolve.
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