Conducting a Strategic Due Diligence of a Big Israeli Food Firm

Client Description
A global private equity and Venture Capital Company and one of the oldest and largest private equity companies operating on an international basis.
Background
The equity company ran as a candidate for acquiring a large Israeli food corporation. Tefen was hired to conduct a strategic due diligence and help in order to formulate the price to be offered for the acquisition.
How Tefen Helped
The strategic due diligence was carried out in two main streams, in order to conclude an expected implication on future business and financial results of the food corporation:

  • First stream: Business strategy validation
    • Current and future competitive position analysis
    • Assets and levers identification
    • Business potential definition- medium & short term
    • Business plans validat 
  • Second stream: High level cost optimization opportunities, identification and validation
    • Review cost cutting initiatives
    • High level identification of additional potential cost cutting opportunities


Results

  • Out of several international groups that competed in the auction, the equity company won and bought the control over the food corporation
  • In less than three years since the acquisition, the equity company valued its holdings as 5.1 times return on its initial capital investment



About Tefen Strategy
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