Mergers & Acquisitions

From initial targeting to post-merger integration

 

M&A transactions are becoming increasingly important not only for financial investors and private equity companies, but also for the further development of companies, and thus the “strategic investors”. Triggers for company acquisitions and sales are, for example, the opening up of new markets or generation of economies of scale, structural adjustments in highly competitive industries, increasing internationalization, new forms of competition or simply company succession arrangements.

With more than 20 years of expertise in consulting, ensign advisory is a specialist in M&A advisory and services for investors and companies in various segments of the industrial goods sector, such as mechanical and plant engineering, automation technology or the packaging industry. Our clients rely on the long-standing industry experience and international network of our advisors, as well as on our implementation-oriented growth or restructuring strategies and concepts.

Our M&A advisory and services cover the entire range of a transaction – from initial targeting to due diligence including the development of value enhancement measures, restructuring and growth strategies as well as post-merger integration. Whether buy- or sell-side of the transaction – we support you, also in the strategic (re)orientation of your business.

ensign advisory advises on the sale or acquisition of companies in both the national and international environment. Our long-standing expertise in advising includes transactions in a wide range of industrial sectors, in medium-sized businesses as well as multinational companies – in industries such as healthcare, mechanical engineering, automation technology, the packaging industry, commercial vehicles and suppliers, for construction suppliers, electronics and electrical engineering as well as other industrial products.

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