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Webcast guidelines the audience is in listen only mode please e mail questions via the q a panel box select audience questions will be answered during

Webcast Guidelines

The audience is in listen-only mode.

Please e-mail questions via the Q&A panel box.

Select audience questions will be answered during

the last five minutes of the program.

WebEx customer support: 866-229-3239


Webcast guidelines the audience is in listen only mode please e mail questions via the q a panel box select audience questions will be answered during

MODERATOR

Jonathan MarinoSenior EditorThe Deal


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EXPERT PANEL

Philip BrandesPartner Mayer Brown


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EXPERT PANEL

Edward KleinguetlManaging Director, Transaction Advisory Services Grant Thornton LLP


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Guidelines for distressed investing

Source: Grant Thornton


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What you need to know

  • What should I be worried about and why?

  • What do successful distressed integrators do?

  • What should I be doing and when?

  • How should I organize this process?

  • What type of external support will I need?

  • What are some guidelines for integrating a distressed transaction?

Source: Grant Thornton


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Risks

Source: Grant Thornton


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Distressed Integrators

Source: Grant Thornton


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Integration

Source: Grant Thornton


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Integration Process

Source: Grant Thornton


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External Support

Source: Grant Thornton


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AUDIENCE Q&A


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Thank you for joining Part 3

Driving Value Out of Distress: Post-Acquisition Integration

To see the replay link of Part 1 and 2

Driving Value Out of Distress: Target Identification and Due Diligence

Driving Value Out of Distress: Negotiation, Valuation and Execution

Please visit TheDeal.com


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Philip BrandesPartner, Corporate and Securities practice leaderMayer Brown

T 212-506-2558

F 212-849-5958

[email protected]

Executive summary

Philip Brandes is a firm wide Corporate and Securities practice leader. He represents strategic and financial investors in mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, debt and equity securities offerings, bank financings and joint ventures, frequently with a cross-border dimension. He has particular experience advising private equity sponsors and pharmaceutical companies. The 2008 edition of International Finance and Law Review's Guide to the World's Leading Financial Law Firms recommended Philip as a leading US M&A lawyer, noting his "great responsiveness," "good manner" and "quality advice."Since joining Mayer Brown in 1994, Philip has worked in both the New York and Frankfurt offices. He is fluent in German.


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Edward KleinguetlManaging Director, Transaction Advisory ServicesGrant Thornton LLP

T 832-476-3760

F 713-515-0143

[email protected]

Executive summary

Ed leads our Transaction Integration offering within the Transaction Advisory Services practice. He has over 30 years of experience, including strategic investment advisory services to grassroots facilities and joint ventures, transaction integration, divestitures, transaction carve-out and performance improvement projects. 

Ed joined Grant Thornton in January 2013. Prior to Grant Thornton, Ed was a Partner with a “Big 4” accounting firm where he led the Transaction Integration practice in the Southeast and advised on deals throughout the world, including Brazil and China. He has been involved with hundreds of transactions and has advised both private equity and corporate clients. He has developed unique solutions for integrating complex acquisitions, as well as complex sell-side and buy-side carve-out transactions. Clients have included strategic companies varying in size from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Most recently Ed was Executive Vice-President of a globally recognized engineering and strategic consultancy firm to the refining, petrochemical and gas sectors.

Ed is considered a thought leader and frequently presents at global conferences and contributes to publications on the topics of transaction integration, operations and change management, and business growth strategies.


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