Corporate Finance and Ownership Strategies
Valuations, Bid Situations, Equity Splits and De-MergersValuations are rarely executed on a stand-alone basis, but rather as a necessary and important part of bid evaluations for acquisitions or divestitures/trade sales of non-core assets, or as a basis for negotiating de-mergers. Several equity split projects/de-mergers have also typically been characterized by successfully managing complex negotiations and building dialogue/creative win-win solutions in situations characterized by owner conflict and distrust between shareholder groups or board members.
Advanced Ownership StrategiesA separate corporate finance specialty has been to work directly for corporate boards in evaluating and implementing advanced ownership strategies, characterized by combining various measures such as protecting against external takeovers, locating alternative buyers, tightening up internal agreements and shareholder protection schemes, refinancing, building a more robust equity structure, etc. Usually, all of these actions are combined into an "integrated package."
The below illustration shows a model for building maximum shareholder value:
Other Relevant Articles
See Download Center: White Paper #1: Post-Merger Integrations - About Synergies and Poor Judgment; White Paper #2: Strategy - and the Proper Use of M&A Tools; White Paper #5: Buy-Side M&A (mergers and acquisitions); White Paper #6: Sell-Side M&A (divestitures, trade-sales and mergers); or White Paper #7: Should You Choose Financial or Industrial Investors/Owners?.
- 20+ corporate finance projects in various industries. Focus on ownership strategies, equity splits/de-mergers, equity and debt financing, valuations, bid management, takeover protection, capital structure optimization and handling IPOs.
- Business unit size of UD$50-800M.