European Cross-border M&A Deals

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Following a Road More Traveled:
European Cross-border M&A Deals
Introduction
Moderator:
Mary Kathleen Flynn
Senior Editor/Video Producer
The Deal LLC
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EXPERT PANEL
Anthony Fry
Chairman of U.K. Investment Banking
Espírito Santo Investment Bank
Matthew Jacobson
Partner
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
EXPERT PANEL
Marc Titmus Mather
Director
GI Partners LLP
Jonathan Braude
Senior Writer
The Deal LLC
AUDIENCE POLL QUESTION
Which Western European country or group
of countries will have the greatest level
of M&A deal activity in 2011?
A. United Kingdom
B. Germany
C. France
D. Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and
Spain (PIIGS)
E. Other
European M&A statistics: The story
behind the numbers
Europe generated 25% of worldwide
M&A, equal to $180 billion, in the first
quarter
Source: Thomson Reuters
Source: Thomson Reuters
SELECT RECENT NOTABLE EUROPEAN CROSS-BORDER DEALS
Buyer
Target
Date
Amount
AT&T Corp.
T-Mobile USA Inc.
(Deutsche Telekom AG
unit)
Bonn, Germany
March 20
$39 billion
Microsoft Corp.
Skype Technologies SA
May 10
$8.5 billion
Redmond, Wash.
Luxembourg
Thermo Fisher
Scientific Corp.
Phadia AB
May 19
$3.5 billion
Waltham, Mass.
Uppsala, Sweden
Labelux Group GmbH
Jimmy Choo Ltd.
May 22
$807.3 million
Vienna
London
San Antonio
Source: The Deal Pipeline
Source: Reuters
Cross-border PE deals poised for more activity
with an estimated $135 billion in dry power
Source: Prequin
Dealmakers’ view from field
Atmosphere of financing for crossborder European M&A deals
U.S.-based companies using
revenues outside the country
to acquire in Europe
Countries or regions that have the
most dealmaking opportunities
AUDIENCE POLL QUESTION
What industries do you think currently
pose the greatest opportunity for
consolidation in Europe?
A. Financial, business and professional
services
B. Media and telecommunications
C. Retail and consumer goods
D. Manufacturing
E. Healthcare and pharmaceuticals
F. Other
Sectors that are seeing the most
dealmaking activity
The ever-changing regulatory landscape for
European cross-border dealflow
AUDIENCE POLL QUESTION
What effect do you believe the change in the guard at
the IMF will have on dealmaking activity across
Europe?
A. Extremely supportive
B. Somewhat supportive
C. Somewhat inhibitive
D. Extremely inhibitive
E. No effect
Outlook for European crossborder M&A for the remainder of
2011
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