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High-tech acquisitions, firm specific characteristics and the role of investment bank advisors [An article from: Journal of High Technology Management Research]
High-tech acquisitions, firm specific characteristics and the role of investment bank advisors [An article from: Journal of High Technology Management Research]
This digital document is a journal article from Journal of High Technology Management Research, published by Elsevier in . The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Media Library immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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The valuation effects of US acquirers of high-tech targets are dependent on factors specific to the acquirers or targets. Specifically, acquisitions of public high-tech targets yield negative valuation effects on average, while acquisitions of private high-tech targets yield favorable valuation effects. When acquisitions of public high tech targets are examined separately, we find that deals advised by top-tier banks elicit a more favorable share price response than those advised by either mid or third-tier banks. Acquisitions of private high-tech targets that are certified by an investment bank of any tier experience the most favorable announcement effects. Furthermore, the valuation effects are more favorable when the target has less intangible assets and when the targets receive more media exposure prior to the acquisition announcement.

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Calamatta Cuschieri
Calamatta Cuschieri
Calamatta Cuschieri, Investment Advisors & Stockbrokers. The company's perspective is objective and global, encompassing a wide spectrum of financial assets from bonds to equities, as well as currencies and structed products. Nowadays the firm has moved from strength to strength gaining an excellent reputation along the way. Calamatta Cuschieri, Objective Independent Investment Advice since 1972
Monk's Den Website Redesign
Monk's Den Website Redesign
Monk’s Den is an investment analyst and advisor firm based in Virginia. The firm required an entire website redesign and rebuild, giving it a clean, modern look. “We wanted stronger branding and a more clear message about our business model and NewMediaPlus delivered with astonishing results.” — Jerry Williams, Founder

investment advisor firm
investment advisor firm
The RIA's Compliance Solution Book: Answers for the Critical Questions
Registered investment advisers are accustomed to regulatory scrutiny. But the pressure to understand changing compliance regulations and to meet the requirements they impose has never been more intense. A range of scandals and abuses—from the laundering of terrorist funds to mutual fund trading shenanigans—has caused the Securities and Exchange Commission to tighten regulation and step up enforcement. Unfortunately, definitive compliance information—the kind that can save advisers precious time and spare them serious trouble--has not been easy to find. Until now.

The RIA's Compliance Solution Book gathers the information needed most and puts it all in one place. Here advisers will find plain-English translations of the rules that regulate such issues as:
advisory contracts and fees
advertising and client communications
RIA compliance programs and codes of ethics
custody of customer accounts
completing, filing, and amending Form ADV
selecting brokers and executing trades

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