What happens when a company is not valued correctly?

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Ken Marlin (Author of The Marine Corps Way to Win on Wall Street)


Ken Marlin provides an example of a client involved in an acquisition that focused on the financial due diligence and not the bigger picture. He talks about the issues that can arise when a full evaluation of a company is not done.

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Ken Marlin

Author of “The Marine Corps Way to Win on Wall Street'”

Ken Marlin is an American investment banker, international strategist, and author of The Marine Corps Way to Win on Wall Street: 11 Key Principles from Battlefield to Boardroom. He is the founder and managing partner of Marlin & Associates, an award-winning boutique investment bank and strategy advisor. He is a member of the “Market Data Hall of Fame” and, in 2011, Institutional Investor (“II”), the international publisher, named Ken as one of II’s “Tech 50”, which honored the 50 most “disruptive” figures in the financial technology sector. In 2014, Institutional Investor again, named Marlin to their “Tech 50” as one of the 50 most influential people in the financial technology industry. In 2015 Institutional Investor named Marlin as one of the 35 most influential people in Fintech finance.

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