Case Study One
A manufacturing company in a limited-competition market was interested in merging with its largest competitor.
Case Study Two
A major multi-national, multi-product-line manufacturer and R&D healthcare concern was looking to split disparate business lines into two distinct public entities.
Case Study Three
A large, successful technology hardware manufacturer realized their market share and segment was shrinking due to product and market maturity and changes.
Case Study Four
A Fortune 500 industrial supply company was executing on an aggressive inorganic growth strategy.
Case Study Five
Case Study Six