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Richard Marsden, Partner at the Berkeley Partnership, talks to the FT about company mergers.
The announcement of the merger or integration of two companies usually has an immediate and unsettling impact on their employees, whose first thoughts are to wonder whether they will fit into the new entity or whether they should look elsewhere.
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The ideal is for mergers to be executed quickly,so that the mechanics of the transition should be clear, and companies should never lose sight of the end goal.
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