Mergers in the Global Markets
A Comparative Approach to the Competition and National Security Laws among the US, EU, and China
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International mergers and acquisitions play a vital role behind the growth of a company. This book explores the hurdles involved and how to navigate through the review processes set up by national regulatory agencies such as the US Committee on Foreign Investment (CFIUS), the EU Commission, and the Anti-Monopoly Bureau of State Administration of Market Regulation of China (AMB). This book is unique and showcases how to anticipate, develop, and implement successful strategies to support mergers and acquisitions activities, particularly of interest to finance and law students, researchers, and academics.
Felix I. Lessambo is an Associate Professor at Central Connecticut State University’s School of Business where he teaches Financial Statements Analysis and Global Financial Reporting. He has practiced international tax, transfer pricing, and in alternative investment management groups where he structured and advised on hedge funds and private equity cross-border transactions. He is the author of several books in finance, including The International Banking System, The International Corporate Governance System, International Financial Institutions and Their Challenges, International Aspects of the US Taxation System, Audit-Assurance Services & Forensics, Financial Statements: Analysis and Reporting, and The U.S. Banking System.