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Investment Banker Engagement Letters: Terms to Review 12/20/2013

Posted by Morse Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Corporate, M&A.
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Corporate Attorney Mary Beth KerriganBy: Mary Beth Kerrigan

As companies begin the process of preparing for an acquisition, companies often engage an investment banker to assist with and facilitate the transaction. Companies should approach such an engagement by interviewing multiple bankers and perform appropriate due diligence on the bankers to ensure the chosen banker is the right fit.

As part of this process, a company will enter into an engagement letter with the selected investment banker. This engagement letter will cover many business terms which can vary depending upon the size of the transaction and other factors. To learn which engagement letter terms should be carefully reviewed and negotiated by the company, read the full post here.

For more information on investment banker engagement letters, please feel free to contact Mary Beth.


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