Mergers and acquisitions: how do you view their underlying substance?

Christina Ng    Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
30 Aug 2017
Categories: Accounting, Macroeconomics, General Market Analysis, Accounting Policy, Economics, Financial Analysis, Investment Management, Financial Policy, Regulation, Ethics, Market Integrity, Alternative Assets, Equity Investments, Corporate Finance

Country or region: Asia Pacific (Overall)

Are you a shareholder or analyst with an interest in mergers and acquisitions?  The accounting standard-setters need your expertise.  We are aware that M&As are common and can take the form of group restructurings or third party acquisitions. There is usually no question that there is underlying substance to acquisitions with third ......

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