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Adam Borchert: Why some merging companies become synergy overachievers

In this brief video, Bain Partner Adam Borchert discusses the tactics that companies use to achieve their cost savings targets during a merger.

  • November 05, 2014

Video

Adam Borchert: Why some merging companies become synergy overachievers

Many companies set high cost savings targets that they expect to achieve through a merger, but few reach those goals. The ones that do typically identify high-value opportunities and create benchmarks early in the process to measure their performance, says Adam Borchert, a partner in Bain's Mergers and Acquisitions practice, in this short video.

Read the Bain Brief: Why some merging companies become synergy overachievers

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