Aarkstore – Annual Deal Report – Retail

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Annual Deal Report – Retail

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The report offers an overview of the trends surrounding deal volume and deal value in 2010, by deal type, segments and region, followed by a brief analysis of the primary objectives of companies entering into various transactions in the retail industry during the year. In addition, the chapter includes league tables on financial and legal advisors.

The main body of the report provides an extensive analysis on deals undertaken in the retail industry in 2010 by deal type, segment and region.

It also provides an extensive list of the top deals in the following retail segments: hypermarkets, supermarkets and discounters; department stores; specialist retailers; discount, variety stores and general merchandise retailers; online retailing; cash and carries and warehouse clubs; and convenience stores, neighborhood stores and gas stations.

The report also offers deals by deal type in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Rest of the World.

Summary

• The total value of deals in the retail industry in 2010 was US$ XX.XX billion.

• Deal activity rose at a steady rate on a monthly basis and peaked in March 2010.

• The principal driver of deal activity changed from business expansion to strategic expansion, with a primary focus on mitigating risks associated with dependence on domestic markets, traditional products and services, and retail formats.

• Deals in the retail industry were primarily undertaken with the objective of business expansion through inorganic growth to increase business scale. This was followed by the need to gain operational synergy by increasing service capabilities, adding new products and brands, and combining traditional stores with the online retail format.

• Emerging markets such as the BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India and China), continued to record considerable deal activity in 2010. Brazil was the least active when compared to the other three BRIC markets.

• Partnerships and merger and acquisitions (M&A) transactions dominated emerging markets, with most deals in China.

• In China, the most deal activity was from the discount, variety stores and general merchandise retailers segment, while the department stores and specialist retailers segments dominated deal activity in India.

• India did not record an M&A transaction above US$ XX.XX million, while Brazil, China and Russia reported one each.

• In 2010, there were a number of reported deals over US$1 billion in the private equity and venture capital (PE/VC) category, along with a number of M&A deals.

• Debt offerings worth US$ XX.XX billion accounted for XX.XX% of total deal value reported in the retail industry. M&A transactions accounted for XX.XX% of deal volume.

• In terms of deal volume, XX.XX% of all deal activity was from partnerships, and XX.XX% was from M&A transactions.

• Equity and debt offerings accounted for XX.XX% of total deal value in 2010. There were seven announced debt offerings and two equity offerings of over US$ XX.XX billion in 2010.

• In terms of deal value, equity offerings were dominant in the specialist retailers segment. In terms of deal volume, the discount, variety stores and general merchandise retailers segment led deal activity. Asia-Pacific recorded the most equity issues in 2010 in terms of volume, and Europe in terms of value.

• In 2010, the specialist retailers segment led debt offering activity in both volume and value terms, and North America had the largest debt offerings.

• Retail industry deal activity was driven by the discount, variety stores and general merchandise retailers, and the specialist retailers segments. The hypermarkets, supermarkets and discounters segment led deal activity in value terms.

• In terms of volume, the discount, variety stores and general merchandise retailers segment reported the highest levels of M&A activity, followed by the specialist retailers segment. In terms of value, the hypermarkets, supermarkets and discounters segment led M&A activity in 2010.

• The discount, variety stores and general merchandise retailers segment dominated PE/VC activity in terms of volume, while the specialist retailers segment led activity in terms of value. North America and Europe registered strong PE/VC activity in terms of volume, although in terms of deal value, North America dominated.

• North America was the most active M&A region in the retail industry, followed by Europe. In terms of value, Europe led M&A activity, followed by Asia-Pacific

Scope

The ‘Annual Deal Report’– Retail provides a detailed understanding and review of M&A activity, capital raising, and partnering deals and agreements entered into by companies in the retail industry in 2010.

This report includes a comprehensive analysis of the M&A, capital raising and partnering deals announced worldwide in 2010 through analytical insights from a segmental and regional perspective. It also provides an extensive list of top deals and quarterly analysis by deal type, segment and region.

Reasons To Buy

Using this report, dealmakers will effectively and efficiently gain an in-depth understanding into the deal activity in the global retailing industry.

Key Highlights

• The total value of deals in the retail industry in 2010 was US$XXX.X billion.

• Deals in the retail industry were primarily undertaken with the objective of business expansion through inorganic growth to increase business scale. This was followed by the need to gain operational synergy by increasing service capabilities, adding new products and brands, and combining traditional stores with the online retail format.

• Partnerships and merger and acquisitions (M&A) transactions dominated emerging markets, with most deals in China.

• Debt offerings worth US$XX.X billion accounted for XX% of total deal value reported in the retail industry. M&A transactions accounted for XX.X% of deal volume.

• In terms of deal volume, XX% of all deal activity was from partnerships, and XX% was from M&A transactions.

• Equity and debt offerings accounted for XX% of total deal value in 2010. There were seven announced debt offerings and two equity offerings of over US$X.X billion in 2010.

• In terms of deal value, equity offerings were dominant in the specialist retailers segment. In terms of deal volume, the discount, variety stores and general merchandise retailers segment led deal activity. Asia-Pacific recorded the most equity issues in 2010 in terms of volume, and Europe in terms of value.

• In 2010, the specialist retailers segment led debt offering activity in both volume and value terms, and North America had the largest debt offerings.

• Retail industry deal activity was driven by the discount, variety stores and general merchandise retailers, and the specialist retailers segments. The hypermarkets, supermarkets and discounters segment led deal activity in value terms.

• In terms of volume, the discount, variety stores and general merchandise retailers segment reported the highest levels of M&A activity, followed by the specialist retailers segment. In terms of value, the hypermarkets, supermarkets and discounters segment led M&A activity in 2010.

• The discount, variety stores and general merchandise retailers segment dominated PE/VC activity in terms of volume, while the specialist retailers segment led activity in terms of value. North America and Europe registered strong PE/VC activity in terms of volume, although in terms of deal value, North America dominated.

• North America was the most active M&A region in the retail industry, followed by Europe. In terms of value, Europe led M&A activity, followed by Asia-Pacific

Key Words

Deals, Deal Analysis, Foodservice, M&A, Mergers, Acquisitions, Equity Offerings, Debt Offerings, Capital Raising, Private Equity, Venture Financing, IPO, Initial Public offerings, Deal Rationale Analysis, Major Deals, Rumor Deals, Deal Volume

Companies Mentioned

Phillips-Van Heusen, Tommy Hilfiger, The Carlyle Group, Wal-Mart Stores, X5 Retail, Barnes & Noble, Casino Guichard Perrachon, Woolworths, Droga Raia, Tesco, Asda, Walgreens, CVS Caremark, Lotte Shopping, Yonghui Superstores, Ocado, Dollarama, Wuhan Department Store, J. Crew Group, Pantaloon Retail, Metro, O’Key, Carrefour, Sonda Supermercados, JC Penney, Li & Fung, Cencosud.

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