A Guide to Global Acquisitions
This book is designed to guide analysts to follow a set methodology necessary to perform a thorough evaluation of any investment opportunity. It is essential that any evaluation leading to investment must acquire and validate the necessary data to make an informed decision. The areas covered include the validation techniques for a balance sheet, verifying accounting policies, the valuation of a business, market potential, company life cycle, detecting fraud, and determining the ethical values of the company.
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Accounting Practices Financials
Fraud Schemes and Scenarios
Ethics Analysis of Company Management
NonFinancial Performance Measures
Project Management and Company Methodologies
Total Company Score Matrix
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