Acquisitions

Companies pursuing mergers and acquisitions will often negotiate a deal structure that addresses their specific objectives and motivations. Nuanced deal terms, however, can have a significant impact on future earnings.

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Insights from PwC
02 June 2020

Consolidation: A journey through the VIE model

Hear PwC partners discuss the variable interest entity model and how it fits into the overall consolidation framework.

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Insights from PwC
07 May 2020

Asset vs. business acquisition: The differences you need to know

The deal is done. Now what? PwC partners discuss key differences in the accounting for asset acquisitions and business combinations.

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Insights from PwC
22 October 2019

The responses are in FASB's goodwill project: 5 things to know

We discuss stakeholder feedback on the FASB’s invitation to comment on accounting for goodwill and intangible assets.

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Insights from PwC
29 November 2016

Contingent consideration in business combinations

Contingent consideration can sometimes be comp expense rather than purchase price. Watch now to learn why.

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Insights from PwC
28 January 2016

Pushdown accounting overview

Pushdown accounting is now optional for companies that have been acquired in a business combination. PwC’s Jonathan Franklin discusses what it means and what to consider when deciding whether or not to apply pushdown accounting.

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