M&A that delivers your expected value

M&A is one of the quickest paths to growth, but it’s not the surest. Often, stakeholders don’t get the enterprise value promised from the deal. Deals are inherently complex and laden with risk, whether they occur domestically or in a foreign market. Valuations are complicated by clarity of cash flows, complex accounting rules and tax legislation. And integrations are difficult to execute.


"Corporate acquirers are going on the offense to solidify their leadership positions and build on core capabilities"


In today's competitive landscape for the food industry, small niche players are going head-to-head, and winning, against established giants. Food companies are rethinking their business models in order to better compete.

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To best position yourself to deliver value from your transaction, you need to:

  • Take into consideration market dynamics
  • Perform business-wide diligence across costs, revenue, systems, talent and compliance
  • Make sure you understand what risks are inherent, what risks are avoidable and where you can negotiate value

This will help you make better decisions around optimal market entry options, be more powerful in your negotiations, anticipate or avoid risks that can happen post-close, and meet strategic corporate objectives. The result can be worth it — execution of your deal, synergies captured during your integration, and value delivered to your stakeholders.

Learn how we can help you with your deal strategy through value capture.