Mergers & Acquisitions

M&A: Why it's not enough to crunch numbers

Interview with Ian Kayanakis, Managing Partner France, Head of M&A

Mergers and acquisitions are always a difficult task. When they take place on an international level between several countries, all with a different business approach, the shovel becomes much wider. What skills are needed to handle the task professionally? And looking at current Franco-German relations: Does M&A have what it takes to positively influence the economies and politics of both countries? A conversation with Ian Kayanakis, Managing Partner France, and Head of Corporate M&A at enomyc.

Corporate Finance

Post merger integration - part 1: How can sustainable integration success be achieved?

Many entrepreneurs and managers associate high expectations with an acquisition. However, according to practical experience, these are often not fulfilled. What are the main reasons for this? Are there typical sources of error? How can entrepreneurs uncover them and achieve a sustainable integration process? Florian Tretau, director at enomyc, reports on the decision-supporting instruments of M&A analysis and due diligence.

Strategy & Corporate Performance

Family affairs - the dos and don’ts of the company handover

Martin Hammer, managing partner of enomyc, comes from an entrepreneurial family and is himself a father and founder. What has his experience from over 300 handover projects with the family businesses taught him? When should entrepreneurs think about succession and become active about it? What are the most common reasons why succession processes fail, and which factors make a successful company handover possible in the first place?

Digital Strategy

Automotive sales in upheaval: How can dealers compensate?

The automotive industry is undergoing a significant transformation: new technologies are emerging; society and law are driving change; emission standards are being enforced; the automotive market in Germany is a temporary collapsing decline; and cell phone user behavior is also changing. Questions have arisen about the drive technologies of the future, electromobility, digitization, autonomous driving, and AI. How does the digital age influence customer thinking, and how can medium-sized car dealers in particular effectively adapt to it? Dr. Daniel Tomic, partner at enomyc, has dealt with the topic in more detail.

News

enomyc once again at the ICU scholarship final in Frankfurt

enomyc was again part of the ICU Scholarship Final in Frankfurt. The scholarship of the QX-Quarterly Crossing Network of Excellence for students of all disciplines supports leadership talent by making them visible to top decision makers and by participating in various events. The QX network has been in existence since 1995 and now has over 2,000 members ranging from students to board members.

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