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Интел Кэпитал. Презентация Игоря Калошина
Интел Кэпитал. Презентация Игоря Калошина
Интел Кэпитал. Презентация Игоря Калошина
Интел Кэпитал. Презентация Игоря Калошина
Интел Кэпитал. Презентация Игоря Калошина
Интел Кэпитал. Презентация Игоря Калошина
Интел Кэпитал. Презентация Игоря Калошина
Интел Кэпитал. Презентация Игоря Калошина
Интел Кэпитал. Презентация Игоря Калошина
Интел Кэпитал. Презентация Игоря Калошина
Интел Кэпитал. Презентация Игоря Калошина
Интел Кэпитал. Презентация Игоря Калошина
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  • 1. M&A in IT Sector and ICAP Overview Igor Kaloshin July 2014
  • 2. Strategic, Long Term Investor Intel’s Global Investment and M&A Organization 2 Our Mission Enhance Intel’s strategic objectives by making and managing financially attractive investments. Strategic Financial Intel Capital
  • 3. Global Investment Footprint $11 billion+ in over 1350 Companies across 55 Countries Intel Offices and Intel Capital Invested Intel Capital Invested $100m China Smart Device Innovation Fund $500m China Technology Fund II $250m India Technology Fund $50m Brazil Technology Fund $50m Middle East and Turkey Fund 3
  • 4. *Other marks and brands are property of their respective owners  Innovative technology and usage models  Strategic interest to Intel  Strong management teams  Addresses rapidly growing and sizable markets  Transparent Offshore holding structure  Exit opportunity or consolidation into Intel Corp. Investment Criteria When making investments, we look for: 4
  • 5. Investing in a World of Possibilities Datacenter, Cloud Infrastructure and Network Storage Smartphone and Tablets Datacenter Software Internet of Things Solutions New Devices and Wearables Security Services, Open Source, and Machine to Machine Ultrabook™ and Perceptual Computing Internet, Digital Media and Education 5
  • 6. Consistent Investor 2013 M* $333 IPOS 6 Acquired 27 Companies Historical 1,351 B $11 Countries 55 37 IPOS 207 Acquired 349% Dollars Outside N. America New Investments Outside N. America 28 49 % Dollars Outside N. America 63 New Investments * Number Includes New and Follow-on Deals Data as of April 14, 2014 6
  • 7. A Proven Track Record of Engagement Investments ranging from $250,000 to $250 million+ Any stage of funding Lead or supporting investor Agile decision-making Unparalleled network of Global 2000 companies Resources beyond capital Active board participation New & follow-on rounds 7 Investing $300 - $500 million per year in innovative companies
  • 8. 8 M&A Process Initial Contact and Preliminary Due Diligence Term Sheet Negotiations Due Diligence Closing • 2-4 weeks • Determine whether project is of strategic or financial interest to Intel • 3-4 weeks • Agree on main terms of the potential deal – valuation, governance, exit provisions, etc. • 4-8 weeks • Business, Legal, financial, tax • 2-4 weeks BindingNon-binding Normally process takes 3-5 months
  • 9. VCA – June 2014 Individual topic here © here 9 Key Factors of Success  Customer tested and sellable product with traction (Pilot Program – R&D engagement)  Driven by Serial entrepreneur OR Intrepreneur  Strong Product Development Focus – Not a research project!  Focus on clean code development and documentation (ease of integration)  Not just time to market, but, Time to Exit. Speed and Execution Critical  Business Execution to Exit:18 – (max) 36 months  Active Market Engagement . Creating conditions for a Bidding War Interest for acquiring Company:  Ease of Acquisition  Stopping Pain: Avoiding loss of customers or loss of revenue  Causing Pain: Stealing Market Share (hurting competition)  Enhancing Story with Wall Street
  • 10. Intel Confidential — Do Not Forward
  • 11. Building Technology Ecosystems Data Center & Cloud Services Investing Across Computing to Build Ecosystems for New User Experiences PC, 2in1 Ultrabook™ Tablet & Smartphone Intelligent Systems, New Devices & Wearables $300m Ultrabook™ Fund $100m Connected Car Fund $100m Experiences and Perceptual Computing Fund 11
  • 12. *Other marks and brands are property of their respective owners Intel Corp Strategic Acquisitions 12

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