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Good book recommendations on the basics behind M&A deals and the DD process? Asking for a friend who is looking to start a search fund and has operational experience but no finance.

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I can help. I’m in the SF community also. Have a burner?

Awesome thank you. Burner is turnandburner@gmail.com

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Fantastic, thank you. I'll tell them to look into those.

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