“Do Thinly Traded Stocks Command Higher Buyout Premiums?” – Jaime D’Almeida and Michael Lynch published in Valuation Strategies

Duff & Phelps Managing Director Michael Lynch and Director Jaime D’Almeida discuss how M&A transactions can be analyzed to determine whether buyout premiums are higher or lower for companies with thinly traded stocks.

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