Just Eat – Takeaway.com: All-share or all-cash offer

Introduction: On February 3rd 2020, Takeaway.com acquired Just Eat PLC for €6.5bn, creating the largest food delivery platform outside of China under the name of Just Eat Takeaway.com NV, with a pro forma €1.2bn in revenues. Industry Overview: Ever since Pizza Hut launched its online pizza ordering service back in 1994, the online food delivery … Continue reading Just Eat – Takeaway.com: All-share or all-cash offer

VF Corp acquires Supreme: $2.1bn

Introduction:  The clothing conglomerate VF and Supreme have recently announced that they have signed a definitive merger agreement. The acquisition follows a long-lasting collaboration between VF and Supreme, wherein Supreme worked together with VF’s brands such as Vans, The North Face and Timberland on a number of occasions. The announced deal, which is estimated to close by … Continue reading VF Corp acquires Supreme: $2.1bn

Navigating through COVID-19: R&CGs Analysis

Industry Overview The retail and consumer goods sector covers both manufacturing and distribution as well as providing services to customers. Since it is a broad industry including multiple sub-sectors it is crucial to point out that there are multiple sub-sectors that might itself be substantial in size. Some examples of these sub-sectors include Automotive, Food … Continue reading Navigating through COVID-19: R&CGs Analysis

Searching for the Milky Way: Parmalat acquires Kraft-Heinz’s Canadian natural cheese division for $1.62 billion CAD

The Consumer Retail and Real Estate division presents the following article which aims to better comprehend the recently announced agreement between two prominent players in the food and beverage industry: Kraft-Heinz and Parmalat. On the 6th of November 2018, the Italian multinational dairy and food corporation, Parmalat, definitively agreed to acquire Kraft-Heinz’s Canadian natural cheese … Continue reading Searching for the Milky Way: Parmalat acquires Kraft-Heinz’s Canadian natural cheese division for $1.62 billion CAD

Ferrero is back with a Sweet Acquisition

On January 16th  2018, Ferrero, announced that it will acquire the confectionery business of Nestle in the US for $2.8 billion. The deal makes Ferrero the third-biggest firm in the confectionery market in the US, according to Euromonitor. The unit acquired generated $900 million in sales during 2017 for the Swiss-based company. Ferrero will own … Continue reading Ferrero is back with a Sweet Acquisition

Simplifying LVMH

The transaction "will allow the simplification of the structures, long requested by the market, and the strengthening of LVMH's Fashion and Leather Goods division". The French king of the luxury goods realm has announced he will combine the Christian Dior fashion brand with LVMH to simplify the business structure and boost LVMH’s earnings.   DEAL … Continue reading Simplifying LVMH

AB InBev – Asahi deal M&A activity rebounds for the Alcohol Industry

Anheuser-Busch InBev NV has accepted Asahi Group Holdings Ltd.’s offer to buy the Peroni, Grolsch and Meantime beer brands for 2.55bn euros ($2.9bn). The AB InBev-SABMiller merger would create the world’s biggest beer group with about 30% of the global beer market. Drivers of the deal Asahi’s offer to buy the Peroni, Grolsch and Meantine … Continue reading AB InBev – Asahi deal M&A activity rebounds for the Alcohol Industry

The Marriott – Starwood Deal The Golden Age for M&A in the Hospitality Sector

On November 16 2015, Marriott and Starwood agreed to an acquisition transaction valued at $12.2bn that will create the world’s largest hotel company so far. Drivers of the deal Marriott International (MAR) lining up a takeover bid for Starwood hotels and Resorts (HOT) caught everyone by surprise since Marriott did not take part in the … Continue reading The Marriott – Starwood Deal The Golden Age for M&A in the Hospitality Sector

THE OPPORTUNITY FOR A MEGADEAL IS BREWING BETWEEN AB INBEV AND SABMILLER

On October 12th 2015, AB Inbev has agreed to purchase SABMiller for about £68bn ($104.2bn) to form the world’s largest brew maker so far with combined sales revenues of about $64bn. Drivers of the Deal SABMiller’s acquisition marks the most ambitious step yet for the world’s largest brewer since the merger of Anheuser-Busch and InBev … Continue reading THE OPPORTUNITY FOR A MEGADEAL IS BREWING BETWEEN AB INBEV AND SABMILLER