Beat the Clock 2022 – Professional Skills | Getting the deal done: Professional skills in M & A


CPD points: 1 Point

Contact email: [email protected]

Contact phone: +61 8 8205 3333

Our complimentary national programme covers all three mandatory areas of law as well as one substantive law topic.

Simply attend one session or attend them all – it’s your choice!

Each session is recorded and available to view on demand if you cannot attend the webinar session at the scheduled start time.

Getting the deal done: Professional skills in M & A

Whether your organisation is regularly involved in acquisitions and/or disposals, or you want prepare for a significant transaction in the future, this session will outline the key elements of managing a deal for a private, public listed or government organisation.  Our experienced corporate partners will share practical guidance on the elements of a deal and on how in-house lawyers can effectively collaborate with key internal stakeholders and with external advisers through the phases of a transaction:

  • Creating a project team and a plan
  • LOI’s/MOU’s/HOA’s/term sheets and NDA’s
  • Due Diligence
  • Key aspects of the deal documents
  • Regulatory aspects, focusing on FIRB and ACCC
  • Completion

Professional Skills – Webinar

Broadcast live on Thursday, 17 February

Online – ON24 Webcast
Professional skills (CPD: 1 Point)
Presented by Partners Lis Boyce, Alasdair McLean, Andrew Rankin and Paul Satori
The session will include comments on specific considerations for ASX listed companies and for government organisations.


Feedback from our Beat the Clock attendees in 2021:

‘Both presenters were clear and presented well. They were both clearly experts in the fields and it was great to get straightforward and relevant content delivered simply without fluff. It was a great presentation. Well done.’

‘I absolutely couldn’t fault the content or the presentation. The presenters were fabulous.’

‘Great care was given to make the webinar accessible, so the presentations were not disrupted by technical issues. The slides were useful and informative.’

‘Practical examples were excellent.’


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