Slides on Reasons Why Mergers and Acquisitions Often Fail

Mergers and acquisitions is a general term given to a bulky process of transactions that transfer or combine the ownership of companies or other business organizations or their operating units. As said that it's a bulky process, and requires a huge base of consents from various interest holders, it often fails to complete the transaction.

The reasons may vary at different occasions such as the incapability at team resourcing, or issues related to cultural integration, or even the incompatibility issues in system integration.

Check out these slides that will tell you in detail about the five reasons that cause many mergers and acquisitions to fail.

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