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Going through the divestment process, standing up the entity on its own, and taking it to market.
M&A professionals seeking guidance on how to go through a divestiture without using an investment bank.
Russ Hartz is an experienced corporate development professional, with specific expertise in M&A and investments and post-merger integration. He is responsible for evaluating, negotiating and managing the transaction process for SAP acquisitions and strategic investments worldwide.Russ currently manages a team of 10 M&A and integration professionals.
Upon completing this course, you will receive a badge for "Executing a Divestiture Without a Bank".
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