Business Transactions Practicum IIThe goal of the course is to provide students with an introduction to what will be expected of them in corporate practice in a private firm. This class will focus primarily on business transactions involving mature companies, including public and private mergers and acquisitions (including leveraged and management buyouts), industry consolidations, and senior and subordinated debt financings. Assignments are intended to simulate the conditions encountered by young associates interacting with a senior partner on client projects. Grading will be based upon classroom work and homework assignments. There is no exam or final project. Class size is limited to 25, and a statement of interest is required for admission to the class. #657 Enterprise Organization and #754 Business Transactions Practicum I are normally prerequisites, but exceptions may be made in appropriate circumstances.
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