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Acquisition Skills Test
Test duration:
40
min
No. of questions:
20
Level of experience:
Entry / Mid / Expert

Acquisition Skills Test

This test assists recruiters and L&D managers to assess and evaluate an individual’s financial skills related to the company’s acquisition process. Using this test, you can determine skills such as legal & regulatory compliance, and more.

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Acquisition Skills Test

Organizations rely significantly on acquisition managers to guide them through the challenges of acquiring other businesses or assets. They oversee negotiating contracts, supervising the integration process, and performing due diligence. They are essential in discovering and assessing potential acquisition targets, guaranteeing successful deals, and maximizing the value and synergy produced by the acquisitions.

This test is curated around skills like in financial analysis, strategic planning, and project management to help you determine an individual’s proficiency, competencies, and experience level. Using these parameters, you can hire job-fit candidates quickly, make unbiased employee performance appraisal decisions, and reduce the hassle of mass recruitment.

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Test Summary

Acquisition test helps to screen individuals who possess the following traits:

  • Good understanding of valuation & exchange ratio
  • Good knowledge of acquisition features
  • Hands-on experience in acquisition strategies & criteria
  • Good knowledge of corporate restructuring

Assessing individuals with our online test is secure and reliable. You can use our role-based access control feature to restrict system access based on the roles of individual users within the recruiting team. Features like window violation and webcam proctoring help detect cheating during the test. This evaluation can be integrated with other Finance assessments to create a thorough assessment tailored to meet the specific job role requirements.

Useful for hiring
  • Acquisitions Analyst
  • Mergers and Acquisitions Analyst
  • Corporate Development Manager
  • Business Development Manager
Test Duration
40
min
No. of Questions
20
Level of Expertise
Entry / Mid / Expert
Topics Covered
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Valuation

Recruiters and L&D managers can assess and evaluate an individual’s ability to value companies through a test that requires them to use various valuation methods, such as discounted cash flow or comparable company analysis, to determine the intrinsic value of a business.

Features of Acquisition

Recruiters and L&D managers can evaluate an individual’s understanding of acquisition features through a test that requires them to describe and compare different types of acquisitions, such as friendly or hostile, and explain the key considerations involved in each.
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Acquisition Strategies

This test aids Talent managers in assessing an indvidual’s understanding of acquisition strategies by requiring them to explain and evaluate different strategies for acquiring companies, such as a merger, acquisition, or joint venture.
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Acquisition Criteria 

Talent managers can assess a candidate's and employee’s understanding of acquisition criteria by a test that requires them to explain and evaluate different factors that are considered when assessing the suitability of a potential acquisition target, such as strategic fit, financial performance, and regulatory compliance.
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Exchange Ratio

Talent managers can assess an individual’s understanding of exchange ratios through a test that requires them to explain and evaluate different exchange ratio methods, such as fixed exchange ratio, variable exchange ratio, and cash and stock exchange ratio.
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Understanding Corporate Restructuring

Talent acquisition and development managers can assess an individuals’ understanding of corporate restructuring through a test that requires them to explain and evaluate different types of corporate restructurings, such as a merger, spin-off, and divestiture, and their impact on the company and its stakeholders.
Sample Question
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Question type
Multiple Answer
Topics covered
Basic Understanding of Acquisition
Difficulty
Easy

Question:

Q 1. When one company takes over another entity and establishes itself as the new owner, the purchase is called an acquisition. An analyst is trying to evaluate the consequences of acquisition and comes up with the following points:

Statement 1: The target company ceases to exist.
Statement 2: Both companies' stocks are surrendered, and the new company stock is issued in its place.
Statement 3: The acquired firm does not change its legal name or structure but is now owned by the parent company.

Which of the given statements is/are correct?

Statement 1
Statement 2
Statement 2 and 3
Statement 1 and 3
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FAQ
How does an Acquistion skills test help recruiters hire candidates?
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It enables recruiters to assess candidates' expertise in several Acquisition related topics such as market consolidation, strategic expansion, financial returns, and more. Talent managers can assess candidates' levels of knowledge and evaluate whether they have the required skills for the position by looking at how they performed on the test.

How can I customize this test?
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The test can be customized as per your organization’s recruitment and development needs. You can either add or eliminated job-related technical and non-technical skills such as communication, negotiation, financial modelling, and regulatory compliance, as per your needs. Additionally, you get the flexibility to adjust the question difficulty level to suit the demands of the role.

What is the required skill sets for this role?
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Listed below are some of the skillsets required for this role:

Technical Skills

  • Financial Analysis
  • Due Diligence
  • Valuation Methods
  • Financial Modelling
  • Deal Structuring
  • Contract Negotiation
  • Regulatory Compliance


Non-Technical Skills

  • Strategic Thinking
  • Analytical Skills
  • Project Management
  • Relationship Building
  • Cultural Sensitivity