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Scott Moeller

Director, Cass Business School, UK
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Scott Moeller is the director of the M&A Research Centre at Cass Business School, London, and a former senior executive at Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley. While at Deutsche Bank, Professor Moeller held roles as global head of the corporate venture capital unit, managing director of the Global eBusiness division, and managing director responsible for worldwide strategy and new business acquisitions. Prior to his career in investment banking he was a management consultant with Booz, Allen & Hamilton (now Booz & Co). He is a non-executive director of several nonprofit and financial services companies in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Continental Europe.


Articles by this Author

  • Coping with Equity Market Reactions to M&A Transactions
    by Scott Moeller
    It would be nice if the markets were to react consistently in response to the announcement of M&A deals. But they don’t. At least not always. But you can depend on one thing: In the short run, shareholders of target companies benefit more than those of the acquiring company.It is important to know how to cope with the likely equity market reaction to the announcement of a deal. First of all, you need to understand what those likely reactions...
  • Due Diligence Requirements in Financial Transactions
    by Scott Moeller
    This is not your father’s due diligence.Due diligence is one of the two most critical elements in the success of an Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) transaction (the other being the proper execution of the integration process) according to a survey conducted in 2006 by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and Accenture. Due diligence was considered to be of greater importance than target selection, negotiation, pricing the deal, and the...

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