The estimated salary of an M&A analyst in the United States.
1.1. Gain an introductory understanding of M&A motivations and economic value.
1.2. Explore factors affecting outcomes and the role of deal structure.
1.3. Learn to assess influence levels in intercorporate investments.
2.1. Assess the main considerations for entities with significant control of an entity.
2.2. Delve into how financial reporting affects investor communication.
2.3. Learn about fair value and equity methods in financial reporting.
3.1. Define and explore consolidated reporting for complete control.
3.2. Discuss rights and responsibilities with more than 50% ownership.
3.3. Learn about intangible assets and goodwill in M&A accounting.
4.1. Learn to create a merger model for M&A analysis.
4.2. Review real cases to assess risks, benefits, and growth.
4.3. Understand how to unravel M&A complexities for financial reporting.
5.1. Analyze a structured approach for international expansion.
5.2. Learn to navigate differences in global business environments.
5.3. Explore successful international expansion strategies.
6.1. Gain a better understanding of the appeal and inner workings of the US business landscape.
6.2. Learn about institutional features, SEC oversight, and accounting standards.
6.3. Dive into the importance of regulated financial reporting.
7.1. Learn the intricacies of foreign investment in emerging markets.
7.2. Explore equity stakes, features, and opportunities of a passive investor approach.
7.3. Gain an understanding of strategies, considerations, and risk indicators for emerging markets.
8.1. Learn about the importance of having robust internal controls.
8.2. Review financial reporting issues and overall risk management of an international organization.
8.3. Learn to prepare a unique system of controls that pertains to the needs of your organization.
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After a decade as a faculty member at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Dr. Maffett joined Miami Herbert Business School in July 2022 as a tenured professor. In addition to teaching and research, he leads and coordinates the accounting PhD program. A licensed (inactive) certified public accountant (CPA), Dr. Maffett earned his PhD in accounting from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to this, he earned a Master of Arts in humanities from the University of Chicago and a Master of Science in accounting as well as a Bachelor of Science in analytical finance from Wake Forest University.
Dr. Minutti-Meza is the department chair and professor of accounting at Miami Herbert Business School. He joined Miami Herbert in 2011. He was also a senior economic research fellow at the PCAOB from 2018-2019.
Dr. Minutti-Meza’s research interests lie in capital markets, particularly in auditing, financial reporting, and methodology issues. He is working on various research projects related to audit reports, auditors’ use of experts, private transactions, and prediction models using machine learning, among other topics.
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