• Strategy & Business Models
• Processes & Organisation
• Mergers & Acquisitions
• Finance & Controlling
• Transformation Management
Energy can be regarded as the cause of all changes in the world.
Werner K. Heisenberg (1901-1976), physicist and philosopher
Exploration, generation, trading, portfolio management, grid, storage, sales, consumption, disposal, recycling, electricity, gas, water, heat, biomass, coal, oil.
Mergers & Acquisitions
Optimising corporate portfolios by acquisitions and divestments is a key management task. The Advisory House assumes that M&A activities will continue to give the European energy sector important impulses. Cooperation and mergers can lead to economies of scale and make use of synergies. But divestments – e.g. due to (re-) regulation – can also be necessary. And international investments to secure power generation capacities from renewable energies or to diversify the production portfolio will remain important too.
- You intend to acquire power plant participations, business units or, indeed, take over or sell an entire company.
- You need a competent lead advisor with experience in the energy industry for your transaction.
- You need an insider in the industry with international contacts to identify and evaluate possible acquisition targets (buy side).
- You need a sparring partner to search potential buyers and assess purchase offers (sell side).
- You want to implement a tailored transaction structure.
- We have expertise in the entire M&A process (pre deal, deal and post deal).
- We act as your lead advisor and perform organisational and coordinating tasks according to your requirements.
- We support you on the buyer side in creating long and short lists of possible acquisitions that conform to your strategy.
- We support you on the seller side in finding potential buyers and preparing the deal room.
- We perform the financial assessment of target companies in the energy sector, often in cooperation with partners.
- We supervise the post merger integration and ensure the smooth transition to a new structure and culture.
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