International and Comparative Law

A Dollar on the Dime? – The Impact of Inflation on M&A Deals

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After many years of relative price stability, major economies across the globe are facing inflation. When the value of a currency diminishes, well-established methods of valuing an asset and agreeing on terms for selling or acquiring it may become debatable. On the other hand, the costs of operating a business are rising while in many cases it is uncertain whether companies can pass on these cost increases to their customers.

In this webinar, finance and legal practitioners from the United States, Germany and Turkey will provide an overview of the potential impact of inflation on M&A deals. They will discuss what effects may be expected on the mechanics of a transaction and common deal terms, followed by an outlook on potential market developments.

Registration is complimentary as a service to our International community. Details for connecting to the webinar will be sent shortly before the event.


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Dr. Tobias Eichner, CFA
Managing Director and Partner
The Boston Consulting Group, Munich, Germany

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Tom Harris
Partner and Chair of the Mergers and Acquisitions Practice Group
Haynes & Boone LLP, Dallas, TX, USA

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Kerem Turunç, J.D.
Managing Partner
Turunç law firm, Istanbul, Turkey & Washington, DC, USA

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Dr. Andreas Lohbeck
Principal Counsel
CMS Hasche Sigle, Stuttgart, Germany 

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