Annual Deal Report 2012 – FoodserviceDeal activity in the Foodservice industry registered 1,015 transactions in 2012Deal a...
Reasons to buy Gain access to incisive data on foodservice industry deal activity across various sectors, in terms of dea...
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  1. 1. Annual Deal Report 2012 – FoodserviceDeal activity in the Foodservice industry registered 1,015 transactions in 2012Deal activity in the Foodservice industry registered 1,015 transactions in 2012. M&A transactions registered themost deal activity, posting 589 transactions and representing 58% of the total deal volume. Equity offerings activityaccounted for 14.5% of the total deal volume. PE/VC and debt offering activities posted 145 and 60 transactions,representing 14.3% and 5.9% of the total deal volume respectively. Strategic partnership activity recorded 74 dealsin the global foodservice industry, representing 7.3% of the total deal volume.The total deal value registered in the global foodservice industry was US$50.7 billion in 2012. In terms of dealvalue, debt offering transactions dominated other deal types, posting US$21.9 billion or 43.2% of total deal value.M&A transactions represented 29.4% and PE/VC transactions represented 15.3% of the total deal value in 2012.The equity offering transactions registered US$6.1 billion worth of deals, representing 12.1% of the year’s total dealvalue.Get complete copy of this report @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/235106-annual-deal-report-foodservice.htmlFigure 2: Quarterly Deal Volume by Deal Type, 2012Source: Canadean © CanadeanThe largest share of deals in the foodservice industry was undertaken with the objective of business expansionthrough inorganic growth to increase the scale of businesses within the domestic market. This was the motivebehind 57.1% of all transactions recorded in 2012. Raising capital through equity offerings and debt offerings wasthe objective behind 24.1% of the total transactions in the industry.The Bank of America Merrill Lynch led the list of financial advisors with 20 transactions involving Foodservicecompanies advised by the firm, followed by J.P. Morgan & Co.On a monthly basis, deal value peaked in November, which recorded US$6.9 billion worth of deals, followed byMay with US$6.5 billion. October recorded the lowest deal value in the year.-100200300400500600700Debt Offering Equity Offering M&A PE/VC PartnershipNo.ofDealsQuarter 4Quarter 3Quarter 2Quarter 1
  2. 2. Reasons to buy Gain access to incisive data on foodservice industry deal activity across various sectors, in terms of dealtype, segment, and region  Obtain exclusive insight into the rationale for foodservice industry deal making during 2012, compared YOYto 2011.  Develop your understanding of the current global foodservice market via a mixture of graphs, charts,tables, and text.  Understand the capital raising activity of companies in the industry, including fund raising trends from bothequity and debt capital markets. Report Details:Published: April 2013No. of Pages: 121Price: Single User License: US$3200 Corporate User License: US$9600Inquire for Discount @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/contacts/Discount.aspx?name=235106Contact sales@reportsandreports.com for more details.

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