Translation of merger in Spanish:


fusión, n.

Pronunciation /ˈməːdʒə//ˈmərdʒər/


  • 1

    fusión feminine
    • Book value can increase as a result of mergers, and it can go up if a company has just sold a lot of new equity.
    • The new merger law provides the basis for voluntary or compulsory mergers and acquisitions.
    • Over the last few years, there have been several high profile mergers within the industry.
    • However, neither of these approaches provided a clear path to the control of mergers.
    • The deal's size and the poor history of tech mergers made it a long shot from the start.
    • During the 1980s mergers and acquisitions were primarily aimed at buying hard assets.
    • The travel slump hit earnings across the tourism industry, prompting a number of mergers and profit warnings.
    • Because cooperation was legal, there was less pressure for industry-wide mergers.
    • Brokerages rely on huge investment banking fees from stock and bond offerings and mergers.
    • Once mergers of that scale have already occurred, then the whole industry is pretty much consolidated out.
    • Other mergers seek to make cost-savings by integrating operations, sometimes on a world scale.
    • But it is the story of a culture clash, and a textbook example for why mergers so often go so horribly wrong.
    • It seems that evolutionary growth was limited and the industry saw mergers and acquisitions as the answer.
    • He sees the job of a mergers regulator as setting down clear standards for companies to follow.
    • You will also need to appoint a lawyer with experience of mergers and acquisitions work.
    • What is at first glance surprising is that so few mergers and acquisitions of banks have fallen into the antitrust net.
    • Legacy issues and integration problems following mergers and acquisitions.
    • Many big mergers are paid for with shares, and big changes in those can derail deals before they complete.
    • One important factor here was the development of large-scale business through mergers.
    • Others feel betrayed as mergers are seen to undermine disciplinary integrity.
  • 2

    (of organizations etc)
    fusión feminine
    unión feminine