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Merger Strategy (2). Presented by Josua Tarigan SE, MBA, CMA, CFP, CSRS. Merger Strategy (Motives). Horizontal Integration refers to the increase in market share and market power that results from acquisitions .

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Merger Strategy (2)

Presented by Josua Tarigan

SE, MBA, CMA, CFP, CSRS


Merger Strategy (Motives)


Horizontal Integrationrefers to the increase in market share and market power that results from acquisitions


Horizontal Integration-involves a movement from the compettitive of spectrum toward the monopoly end-


Case: Exxon Mobil


Case: Exxon Mobil


Case: Exxon Mobil


Roll-Up or Serial Acquisition


Case: WorldCom


Vertical Integrationinvolves the acquisition of firms that are closer to the source of supply or the ultimate consumer


Vertical Integration


Motive Vertical Integration


Another MotivesHubris Hypothesis, Improved Management Motive, Improved R&D Motives, Tax Motive


Hubris Hypothesis: Motive


Hubris Hypothesis: Motive


Improved Management Motives


Improved R&D Motives


Tax Motives


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