This report contains extensive qualitative and quantitative analysis of the last 12 months deal activity in the packaged food, beverages, personal care, household products, pet care, and tobacco sectors across global markets, with a specific focus on key emerging markets. It offers insights into deal activity, deal rationale, valuation trends and forethought about trends in 2010.
*Analysis of 2009 trends through analyst opinion on key deals (PDF brief), and annual roundup with analysis of trends and drivers (PowerPoint)
*Insights into deal activity across M&A, private equity, private placement, IPO, secondary offering, and strategic alliance deals
*Insights across key sectors, namely packaged food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, personal care, household products, pet care, and tobacco
*Detailed analysis of the deal activity during the year , along with outlook for next one year
The total number of deals in 2009 decreased by 7.76% compared to 2008 and the total deal value plummeted by nearly 43.13%. The average deal size decreased from around $200m in 2008 to $120m in 2009.
Companies clean-up balance sheets deals aimed at debt repayment rise in 2009.
Private placement deals soar in 2009.
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Table of Contents :
2009: a year of small ticket deals 2
Companies clean-up balance sheets: deals aimed at debt repayment rise in 2009 2
Private placement deals soar in 2009 4
2009: cash rich companies plugged gaps in their geographical reach and product portfolios 5
Geographic diversification 5
Product portfolio expansion 5
2010: a year to watch out for recovery of global M&A activity 6
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