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Part II: Importance and risks at each stage of the PPA

Dated: July 17, 2017

In Part I of this series we outlined the steps involved in appropriately considering the acquisition accounting and tax implications of a deal. Acquisition Accounting is typically complex and requires considerable skills, experience and effort to ensure robust and satisfactory outcomes. Further, the requirements of three key Accounting Standards need to be to be consideredContinue reading 

Unlocking the value of PPAs – Accounting for an acquisition is not just about compliance: Two part series

Dated: July 11, 2017

Part I: What’s the Value in a PPA? A Purchase Price Accounting (PPA) is the process of allocating the consideration paid in a business acquisition (“Business Combination”) to the assets acquired and liabilities assumed (including intangible assets). It provides a day one balance sheet for the acquirer, setting out the individual assets/liabilities that have beenContinue reading