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Killer Company Exits

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To help you see how others have succeeded in successfully exiting their companies, we have gathered some of the most successful (and interesting) company exits including the largest merger and acquisitions deals of the past few years.

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Killer Company Exits

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  2. 2. Recent years have seen significant exits from established companies, representing learning opportunities for small businesses nationwide. Whether through IPO or acquisition, exit planning continues to be a significant need for all businesses large or small.
  3. 3. Just last year, there were 1,250 sales with a total exit volume of $456 billion. These exits represented a 22% increase in the number of buyout exits in North America as well as 16% in Europe. Many of these companies required extensive planning to get to their exit, with 60% of assets held for more than five years.
  4. 4. To help you see how others have succeeded in successfully exiting their companies, we have gathered some of the most successful (and interesting) company exits including the largest merger and acquisitions deals of the past few years.
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  6. 6. Altera Intel acquired Altera, the company’s largest acquisition in it’s history. • Deal Value: $16.59 billion • Sector: Technology
  7. 7. Kinder Morgan Inc.’s acquisition of El Paso Pipeline Partners represented the largest energy transaction in history, now becoming the largest midstream energy company in the U.S. because of the deal. Deal Value: $76 billion Sector: Energy El Paso Pipeline Partners
  8. 8. NXP Semiconductors acquired Freescale Semiconductor, representing significant consolidation within the space and a comprised value of over $40 billion. Deal Value: $40 billion Deal Value excluding debt: $11.78 billion Sector: Technology Freescale Semiconductor
  9. 9. Pfizer announced plans to acquire Hospira, resulting in an estimated cost savings of $800 million per year by 2018. Deal Value: $17.15 billion Deal Value excluding debt: $15.93 billion Sector: Healthcare Hospira
  10. 10. AbbVie acquired Pharmacyclics giving it rights to 50% of Imbruvica’s revenue. Pharmacyclics is a cancer drug maker. Deal Value: $20.99 billion Sector: Healthcare Pharmacyclics
  11. 11. Mylan offered an acquisition for Perrigo at bids of $205 per share. Deal Value: $35.3 billion (pending) Deal Value excluding debt: $34.11 billion Sector: Healthcare Perrigo
  12. 12. Avago Technologies agreed to purchase Broadcom for $37 billion, valuing the combined company at $77 billion in enterprise value. Deal Value: $17.15 billion Deal Value excluding debt: $15.93 billion Sector: Technology Broadcom
  13. 13. H.J. Heinz and Kraft Foods Group created the world’s fifth largest food company with revenues of $28 billion. Deal Value: $45.44 billion Deal Value excluding debt: $36.7 billion Sector: Food and Beverage Kraft
  14. 14. Teva made a takeover offer of Mylan, even admist Mylan pending takeover of Perrigo. If Teva aquires Mylan, it would become the leading generic-drug company with more than $30 billion in annual sales. Deal Value: $50.97 billion Deal Value excluding debt: $42.97 billion Sector: Healthcare Mylan
  15. 15. Charter secured both the acquisition of both Time Warner Cable as well as a subsequent acquisition of Bright House Networks for $10.4 billion. The acquisition represents 23.9 million customers in 41 states. Deal Value: $79.59 billion Deal Value excluding debt: $56.8 billion Sector: Telecom Time Warner Cable
  16. 16. Reynolds American, Inc. acquisition of Lorillard Inc. represented one of the largest M&A activity within the Tobacco space. Deal Value: $27 billion Sector: Tobacco Lorillard Inc.
  17. 17. Novartis AG agreed to restructure over $20 billion in assets with Glaxo Smith Kline, combining their over-thecounter and consumer drug business. Novartis bought Glaxo Smith Kline’s cancer drug business. Deal Value: $20 billion Sector: Pharmaceuticals Glaxo Smith Kline
  18. 18. Facebook acquired WhatsApp, representing the largest purchase of a venture capital backed firm, effectively eliminating Twitter’s competitive advantage. Deal Value: $22 billion Sector: Tech WhatsApp
  19. 19. Actavis’ purchase of Forest Laboratories, acquiring a portfolio of various medications. Deal Value: $25 billion Sector: Pharmacueticals Forest Laboratories
  20. 20. Haliburton Company’s acquisition of Baker Hughes Incorporated potential acquisition represents a significant consolidation within the energy sector. Deal Value: $35 billion Sector: Energy Baker Hughes Incorporated
  21. 21. Medtronic, Inc acquisition of Covidien represents an addition of a portfolio of hospital supplies allowing Medtronic to compete with Johnson & Johnson. Deal Value: $43 billion Sector: Healthcare Covidien
  22. 22. Actavis and Allergen represents a deal of various practices including ophthalmology, neurosciences, dermatology, and gastroentroenterology. Deal Value: $66 billion Sector: Healthcare Allergan
  23. 23. AT&T’s acquisition of DirecTV for $48.9 billion in cash representing significant consolidation within the pace. Deal Value: $67 billion Sector: Telecom DirecTV
  24. 24. Comcast’s offer for TimeWarner Cable would combine the two largest cable operators within the United States. Deal Value: $70 billion Sector: Telecom Time Warner Cable
  25. 25. 1. Restructure and change organizational growth 2. Increase market share 3. Obtaining new products 4. Gaining entrance into new markets 5. Gaining intellectual property These were the most common elements we saw amongst these “killer” exits and reason why companies looked to merge / acquire:
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