Fairness Considerations for Mergers of Equals Reviewed by Momizat on . Wall Street generally does not like MOEs unless the benefits are utterly obvious and/or one or both parties had no other path to create shareholder value. In so Wall Street generally does not like MOEs unless the benefits are utterly obvious and/or one or both parties had no other path to create shareholder value. In so Rating: 0
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Fairness Considerations for Mergers of Equals

second-fairness-opinionWall Street generally does not like MOEs unless the benefits are utterly obvious and/or one or both parties had no other path to create shareholder value. In some instances, MOEs may be an intermediate step to a larger transaction that unlocks value. Jeff Davis, managing director of Mercer Capital’s Financial Institutions Group, explains.

To read the full article in Mercer Capital’s Financial Reporting Blog, click: Fairness Considerations for Mergers of Equals.

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