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Industry cautious about M&A recovery - Financial Times

Industry cautious about M&A recovery - Financial Times | M&A Consultant | Scoop.it
Industry cautious about M&A recoveryFinancial TimesA 2010 study of asset managers and consultants by Create, titled The Future of Investment, indicates a difference of opinion on the success rate of mergers and acquisitions in the industry.
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How M&A can drive revenue and growth

As we have heard many times recently, revenue and growth is very important for our future survival … this can be achieved in a variety of different ways. One such way is to embark upon a Business Transformation programme once, another is to merge with or acquire another company.

Our M&A Consultant comments that a recent survey report from Deloitte shows how M&A can help drive revenue and growth … in this report, the view is shared that as the economic recovery continues, albeit slowly, they expect companies in many industries to rely increasingly on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) to help drive revenue growth and bottom-line performance. Survey results show that 52% of executives interviewed expect M&A to add more than 5% to revenue growth on a compound annual basis over the next two to five years. This is significant when compared to average annual revenue growth of the S&P 500 of approximately 4% over the past 10 years.

The results from another recent survey, this one from McKinsey, show that in spite of the difficult economy, most executives still think M&A is an important strategy for growth. In fact, nearly half of the respondents expect their companies to explore more deals in the next 12 months than the 12, and small majorities expect them to start or complete at least as many, if not more.

However, history shows that the majority of mergers and acquisitions fail to deliver the originally expected benefits and value. So why is this so? There have been many surveys and studies that have attempted to understand these underlying reasons; people related challenges tend to dominate the findings. This therefore emphasises the importance of taking a more people-orientated approach to managing change within these situations, making sure things like culture and communication are properly addressed as priority actions.

Working with an experienced M&A Consultant will help you address these know challenges effectively so you can ensure you are one of the 20% of organisations that are able to succeed in delivering the original expectations for the deal.
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