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Building Value in Your
Clinics
KPMG Corporate Finance
September 20th, 2013
Who are we?
Neil Blair
Iain Gallagher
Managing Director
KPMG Corporate Finance
[email protected]
(416)777-8657
Vice President
KPMG Corporate Finance
[email protected]
(416)777-3573
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What do we do and why is it relevant to you?
Buy
Sell
Finance
We help companies buy companies in
order to grow.
We assist companies in selling their
businesses and maximizing value.
We help companies access financing
through chartered banks and alternative
finance providers.
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Who are we?
We consistently advise on more middle market transactions than any other advisor in the world, ranking #1 for the last five y ears.
2012**
2011*
2010*
2009*
2008*
1
No. of deals
KPMG
483
No. of deals
1
KPMG
287
2
PwC
255
3
Rothschild
196
4
JP Morgan
191
5
Goldman Sachs & Co
175
6
Credit Suisse
174
7
Morgan Stanley
171
8
Lazard
170
Deutsche Bank AG
167
UBS
165
2
PwC
387
3
UBS
293
4
JP Morgan
285
5
Rothschild
282
6
Deloitte
272
9
7
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
264
10
8
Citi
253
9
Goldman Sachs & Co
249
10
Morgan Stanley
247
No. of deals
No. of deals
1
KPMG
332
2
PwC
331
3
Morgan Stanley
219
4
Rothschild
212
1
KPMG
360
4
Goldman Sachs & Co
212
2
PwC
270
3
Goldman Sachs & Co
238
6
IMAP
196
No. of deals
3
Morgan Stanley
234
7
Lazard
187
8
Deloitte
185
9
Nomura
157
10 Barclays
154
1
KPMG
321
5
Ernst & Young LLP
226
2
PwC
253
5
Rothschild
205
3
Deloitte
241
7
JP Morgan
195
3
Morgan Stanley
236
8
UBS
194
5
Goldman Sachs & Co
230
9
Credit Suisse
189
5
Lazard
224
7
Rothschild
213
8
JP Morgan
197
9
Credit Suisse
189
10
IMAP
180
10 Bank of America Merrill Lynch
179
Source:
Thomson Reuters SDC
*Closed transactions with undisclosed values and values up to $500 million
** Announced transactions with undisclosed values and values up to $500 million
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Why are we here?
Recent KPMG Corporate Finance transactions and credentials in the diagnostic imaging space...
QUEBEC BASED DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING
CLINICS
KPMG Corporate Finance
KPMG Corporate Finance
KPMG Corporate Finance
acted as exclusive financial advisor to KMH
Cardiology Centres Inc. in connection with financing
from Alaris Royalty, to fund a recent U.S. acquisition
and future growth.
is currently advising CML on the sale of its
diagnostic imaging business to a number of
different buyers.
is currently advising a Quebec based clinic group
on the sale of their diagnostic imaging business.
April 2010
Ongoing
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Ongoing
CONFIDENTIAL
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Preparing Your Business
Sale planning should be commenced immediately - careful consideration of the following factors can lead to increased marketability
and a higher sale price…
Financial
Operational
Legal
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Market
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What Drives Value and Price?
INTRINSIC VALUE
MARKET DYNAMICS
Cash Flow
Growth
Risk
INDUSTRY DYNAMICS
Capital market conditions and timing
M&A environment
Capital requirements
Credit markets and leverage
Working capital
Strategic options
Market rates of return/cost of capital
PRICE
QUALITATIVE VALUE DRIVERS
QUALITY OF DEAL PROCESS
Market & position
Control and confidentiality
Management
Quality and # of potential buyers
Competition & barriers
Brand name
STRATEGIC VALUE AND
PERCEIVED SYNERGIES
Deal packaging & presentation
Negotiating positions and strength
Location
Knowledge & information
Referral relationships
Competition
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Process
1.
If your going to sell – SELL
2.
Know your objectives
3.
Structure process to maximize outcomes
4.
Traditionally that means value maximization
5.
Prospective purchasers: the more the better
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What have we learned from our recent process that is applicable to this sector?
Building Value
Specialist Capabilities
Real Estate Leases
Revenue Breakdown
Equipment
Radiologist Contracts
Referral Base
License Modalities
Technology Systems
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Location
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Who are the buyers?
Corporate Buyer
Radiologist Buyer
Strategy to grow through acquisition
Secure both the earnings and professional
fees
Professional and dedicated management
Ability to leverage professional fees to
access greater bank financing
Economies of Scale
Opportunity to acquire a business and
secure long term career
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Who’s buying and how much are they paying?
Based on market intelligence and our experience, KPMG has seen the following buyer and value trends
Buyer Profile
Radiologists (and Radiologist Groups)
50%
Operators
50%
Indicative Value Range – Revenue Multiple
1.0x
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2.5x
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Conclusion
• Despite industry headwinds Diagnostic Imaging clinics remain an attractive asset.
• This has been reflected through strong interest from multiple buyers in the processes we have been marketing
and strong valuations attributed to clinics.
• Bank financing is readily available.
• For sellers, preparation is key to maximizing value.
• A well run, competitive process gives buyers the best opportunity to maximize value.
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Questions?
Appendix
Maximizing Shareholder Value
Typical transaction process
Pre-sale planning
Preparation
Preparation
Preparation
Approach
Execution
Approach
Expressions of interest /
Indicative offers
Due diligence
Final negotiations
/completion
■ Thorough financial statement review
including identification of
normalization adjustments, and
working capital management
■ Review of facilities and equipment
■ Assessment of financial information
and due diligence readiness
■ Preparation of second tier
management team
■ Tax planning and other matters
■ Preparation of financial information ■ Approach parties with flyer
(update or prepare forecasts)
and Non-Disclosure
Agreements (NDA)
■ Review proposed structure for a
transaction
■ Warm up discussions with
all buyers
■ Preparation of a Confidential
Information Memorandum (CIM) ■ Execute NDAs
■ Address key deal issues upfront
■ Agree on buyer approach list
■ Commence compilation of due
diligence information
■ Management to present
parties with CIM
■ Summary of key legal terms
including vendor rights
■ Finalise compilation of
detailed due diligence
information
■ Receive expressions of
interest including indicative
offers
■ Assess credibility of potential
buyers interest
■ Ensure offers address value
and preliminary views on
contract
■ Create tension via feedback
■ Narrow buyer list for next
phase
■ Consider phasing the release of
sensitive information
■ Assist in commercial, legal and
other due diligence
■ Provide legal documentation
■ Receive final binding offers
■ Final negotiations and drafting
of legal agreements
■ Final DD (including provision
of any withheld information as
appropriate)
■ Calculation
of a final settlement statement /
completion accounts
Key issues
■ Positioning the company for
maximum value
■ Identification and clean up of
issues prior to a sale process
Key issues
■ State of ‘readiness’
■ Who to approach and selling story
■ Key stakeholder management
Key issues
■ Level of information
disclosure
■ Maintaining tight process
Key issues
■ Price
■ Nature of feedback
■ Who to shortlist for next
phase
■ Negotiations around exclusivity
Key issues
■ Run rate against budget /
forecast
■ Number of parties
■ Minimizing distraction to the
business
Key issues
■ Price
■ Warranties/indemnities
■ Conditions precedent
■ Timely completion
■ Ongoing tie in for vendors
Key issues
■ Alignment of buyers to
timetable
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Maximizing Shareholder Value
Management and the Shareholders play a critical role throughout the transaction process, outlined below are key areas of support required under each stage of a transaction:
Preparation
Preparation
Approach
Execution
Approach
Expressions of interest /
Indicative offers
Due diligence
Final negotiations
/completion
Management/ Shareholders:
■ Provide inputs and assumptions
required for financial projections
■ Provide inputs to assist in the
development of the teaser and
CIM, review and approve
documents for distribution
■ Collection and preparation of
documentation required for the
data room
■ Input and review regarding list of
potential buyers
■ Final sign off on marketing
materials
Management/ Shareholders:
■ Collection and preparation
of documentation required
for the data room
Management/ Shareholders:
■ Responses to any queries or
questions through KPMG
■ Inputs and review of
Management Presentation
■ Final sign off of
Management Presentation
Management/ Shareholders:
■ Responses to any queries
or questions through
KPMG
■ Select and approve shortlist
of buyers
■ Review LOI terms
■ Input and review of 2nd
round process letter
Management/ Shareholders:
■ Management Presentations
■ Provide necessary
documentation to assist the due
diligence process through
KPMG
■ Respond to any queries or
questions through KPMG
■ Review binding offer
■ Select and approve preferred
buyer
Management/ Shareholders:
■ Assist and support due diligence
■ Legal review
■ Final approval of sale
Key documents
■ Teaser
■ CIM
Key documents
■ Process Letter
Key documents
■ Management Presentation
Key documents
■ N/A
Key documents
■ 2nd round Process Letter
Key documents
■ Sale and Purchase Agreement
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Specific Value Drivers
Revenue Breakdown
Referral Base
Technology Systems
Real Estate Leases
Location
 In additional to total revenue, the relative proportion of revenue paid to radiologists will drive value for corporate purchasers.
 Patient referral base is a key driver of value. A strong diversified referral network, without over reliance on any one individual or group, will drive higher value.
 The RIS and PACS systems used will have an impact on value. In particular, the ability to transfer licenses to new owners and the associated transfer costs will affect a
clinic’s value.
 The transferability and length of a lease will impact value – particularly important for purchasers relying on financial institutions to provide financing.
 Proximity to growing population clusters generally attracts a premium price.
Radiologist Contracts
 Impact on value will vary depending on the buyer. Contracts in place and their length will be an important factor for any type of buyer (ie. Radiologist or financial).
Specialist Capabilities
 Unique or specialist skills drive value. Clinics that have developed specialist capabilities ( ie. Prostate or Cardiac MRI) will generally attract a premium price.
License Modalities
Equipment
 The breadth of the offering available under the license will drive value with different modalities attracting different levels of interest (ie. nuclear generally attracts a
premium while X-ray is often less attractive).
 Age and condition of equipment are important considerations. Prospective purchasers prefer to acquire clinics with well maintained equipment and minimal future capital
expenditure requirements.
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KPMG CONFIDENTIAL
The information contained herein is of a general nature and is not intended to address the
circumstances of any particular individual or entity. Although we endeavor to provide accurate
and timely information, there can be no guarantee that such information is accurate as of the
date it is received or that it will continue to be accurate in the future. No one should act on
such information without appropriate professional advice after a thorough examination of the
particular situation.
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trademarks of KPMG International.
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