The Long-term Success of M&A in the Automotive Supply Industry

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ISBN-13:
9783834916938
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
25.06.2009
Seiten:
198
Autor:
Jan-Peer Laabs
Gewicht:
293 g
Format:
213x149x15 mm
Serie:
71, EBS-Forschung
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

As a result of economic and structural changes, the automotive supply industry has been facing significant consolidation activity over the last twenty years. The pressure to produce better equipped and less expensive automobiles has created a growing trend towards specialization and internationalization. c (M&A) are now considered as a common strategic response to this trend.


Based on a sample of 230 M&A between 1981 and 2007, Jan-Peer Laabs challenges the short-term return behavior of acquirers in this industry in contrast to their long-term performance based on capital market and financial accounting information. For this purpose, he combines the two most advanced and updated capital market methodologies with a thorough analysis of published accounting information. A clearly negative yet consistent perspective on the long-term value creation potential emerges across the different empirical analyses. Over the three years following M&A transactions, acquirers appear to lose significant value. However, an additional case study on the takeover of Siemens VDO by Continental AG offers a number of valuable key success factors and insights on how to evade the negative return destiny.
Research Foundations, Determinants of Capital Market Performance, Does Operating Performance Meet Market Expectations, How a Good Bidder Becomes a Good Target - The Case of Continental AG Acquiring Siemens VDO
Based on a sample of 230 M&A between 1981 and 2007, Jan-Peer Laabs challenges the short-term return behavior of acquirers in this industry in contrast to their long-term performance based on capital market and financial accounting information. A clearly negative yet consistent perspective on the long-term value creation potential emerges across the different empirical analyses. An additional case study on the takeover of Siemens VDO by Continental AG offers a number of valuable key success factors and insights on how to evade the negative return destiny.

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