A. Basics 1. Acquisition, Mergers, and Consolidations in Business 2. Mergers and Acquisitions: Key Concepts 3. Resource-Based View 4. Cross-Border M& A: Opportunities and Dealbreakers B. Strategy 5. Diversification, Over Diversification, and Refocusing 6. Grand Strategy Matrix 7. Strategic Group Mapping 8. Strategy, Decision Making C. Value Assessment 9. The Value Chain Case Study 10. Building Value in Your Company, Part-1 11. Why You Should Focus on Enterprise Value 12. Equity Value vs. Enterprise Value and Valuation Multiples D. Using Value 13. How to Value a Company Using Discounted Cash Flow 14. How to Value a Company Using Multiples 15. How to Value a Company Using Net Assets 16. Six Numbers Every Investor Should Know 17. Ten Sign a Company's in Trouble E. Due Diligence During The M&A Process 18. Due Diligence in Mergers, Acquisitions, and Corporate Transactions 19. Due Diligence Part 1 20. Due Diligence Part 2 21. Due Diligence Part 2 22. Mergers and Acquisitions Due Diligence 23. Cross-Border M&A Activity 24. Environmental Due Diligence as a Value Proposition F. Investment Issues 25. M&A: Shareholder Activism 26. Trends in Investment Banking : M&A Activity 27. Consumer Banks vs. Investment Banks vs. Merchant Banks 28. Tends in Investment Banking G. How Investors Approach 29. How to Flexibly Invest Like Warren Buffet 30. Shareholder Agreements for Investor Funded Companies 31. Liability and Asset Protection Mistakes 32. The Funding Structure of Mergers and Acquisitions H. Financing The Deal 33. Introduction to Acquisition Finance - Part 1 34. Introduction to Acquisition Finance - Part 2 35. Debt Financing for Private M&A 36. Corporate Finance in M&A.