A merger or acquisition can be a pivotal event in a company’s evolution. As mid-market companies look to grow, particularly in the midst of an uncertain macroeconomic environment, strategic acquisitions may be the key to achieving an expanded footprint and remaining innovative as market demands shift. Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC (DCF)* recently worked with EnCore Aerospace, a mid-market aerospace and defense (A&D) company, to identify and pursue an opportunity for growth that facilitated and accelerated EnCore’s strategic growth plan.
Watch the following video to hear EnCore’s transaction story and learn about the challenges that this mid-market company encountered, the pressures the A&D industry faces and the way DCF used its market and industry knowledge to help EnCore expand its business and dive into new territory.
The full transcript of the above video is available here for your convenience.
Three keys to M&A effectiveness for aerospace and defense executives
A variety of factors – including pent-up demand and available capital – suggest the recent uptick M&A activity is the beginning of a boom for the A&D industry. Companies that identify the right acquisition targets and capture their full strategic value might be positioned for future competitive advantage. This paper leverages findings from a Deloitte study of the relationship between A&D companies’ M&A strategy and their financial performance to identify three characteristics companies that outperformed the sector generally shared and under performers did not.
Aerospace and defense update: Fourth quarter 2012
This quarter’s Aerospace & Defense Update, produced by Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC (DCF), summarizes recent transactions within this industry along with information on active buyers, current transaction valuation multiples and an overview of the public market’s perception of the industry.
For aerospace and defense CFOs seeking growth: Look for emerging markets
In this article, the second of a two-part look at the aerospace and defense industry, Tom Captain, vice chairman and leader of Deloitte LLP’s U.S. Aerospace & Defense industry sector, discusses how emerging markets, technological advances and M&A are creating new opportunities and challenges for CFOs and reshaping strategies.
Aerospace and defense cross-border joint ventures
While the shrinking defense budgets in the U.S. and Europe coupled with the robust backlog in commercial aerospace are front and center in the A&D industry today, vibrant growth in the form of cross-border joint ventures across new centers of excellence is quietly laying the framework for the long term direction of the sector. Business planning for these joint ventures will potentially demand executives understand a level of complexity that is relatively rare in other industries. Find out more in this report.
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