No one goes into a merger or acquisition planning for it to fail, but there's no guarantee that any M7A transaction will succeed. Undertaking a successful merger or acquisition doesn't necessarily mean that it raises the company's production or increases its revenue. Sometimes the success of a merger comes from the ease of the transition, the combination of two cultures and even unforeseen benefits that many CEOs may not have thought of. Setting up for success relies heavily on the knowledge acquired and preparation done beforehand.
Jeffrey Zudeck, CFO for investment banking firm Fundamental Holdings Ltd., has joined New York-based Marcum (FY13 net revenue of $350.2 million) as PIC of its Philadelphia regional offices. He will replace David Glusman, who has managed the firm’s Philadelphia area operations since 2009.
New York-based Marcum LLP (FY13 net revenue of $350.2 million) named three new partners. Anson Augustine and John Klenner are now assurance partners in the firm’s New York City office. Richelle Maguire is a tax and business services partner in the Boston office. The appointments became effective Sept. 2.
Jeffrey D. Zudeck, chief financial officer for investment banking firm Fundamental Holdings Ltd., has joined Marcum as partner-in-charge of its Philadelphia regional offices. He will replace David Glusman, who has managed the New York firm’s Philadelphia area operations ever since it acquired 70-person Bala Cynwyd-based Margolis & Co. in 2009.
As if tax law wasn’t complicated enough, there’s an accounting method change on the horizon that industry experts believe could cause new – and unnecessary – burdens and hardships for many large companies nationwide.
No matter what your situation, there’s no time like the present to make an estate plan. Whether
you have young children, are retired, or have concerns about your health, it’s important to make sure that your medical and financial wishes are honored now and in the future.
Burger King Worldwide Inc. is looking north to expand, launching acquisition talks with Canadian coffee-and-doughnut chain Tim Hortons Inc. and rekindling the political debate over offshore tax shifting.
A recent announcement by Independence Blue Cross (IBC) emphasizes the importance of hospitals and doctors continuing to develop win-win mechanisms for working together in response to payment reforms and quality initiatives that affect the future for both of them. In July IBC announced that its accountable care organization (“ACO”) payment model has been accepted by more than 90% of the healthcare systems in the region. Under its program, IBC
provides incentive payments if hospitals achieve cost reductions and quality improvements. An essential element of the program is that the hospitals are required to share incentive payments with physicians.