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Laura Miles: Why Some Merging Companies Become Synergy Overachievers

How some companies manage to meet the bold merger savings targets they set.

  • November 24, 2014

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Laura Miles: Why Some Merging Companies Become Synergy Overachievers

Most merging companies don’t have a clear understanding of the synergies they can create by increasing scale. However, some companies set bold targets and consistently hit them. Laura Miles, who leads Bain's global Mergers & Acquisitions practice, explains what sets these companies apart in this short video.

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