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Seven steps for highly effective deal making

Published: 25 Jun 2019 Average Rating: unrated Print
 

Author: Malcolm Lloyd, Hein Marais

Companies that prioritize value creation early on - rather than assuming it will happen as a natural consequence of the actions they take as the transaction proceeds - have a better track record of maximizing value in a deal.

 

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