Sell-side advisory for IB healthcare business unit

100%
Involvement throughout all phases of the deal cycle.
35%
Savings compared to a similar team onshore.
100%
Assurance on information security.

Client

Leading London-headquartered investment bank.

OPPORTUNITY

SG Analytics client was appointed by one of its existing long-term clients as a sell-side adviser for a new assignment related to its healthcare business unit. The client team did not have strong expertise in the healthcare industry and was in the midst of a high-pressure deal already.

SOLUTION

Given that SG Analytics had already established itself as a strong partner in supporting the client on all live deals, the client engaged us as an extended team throughout the deal lifecycle.
  • SG Analytics assigned two healthcare sector experts and an experienced supervisor for this project with a combined experience of 20 years. The team worked from a dedicated service area within SG Analytics premises and a secured FTP connection with multi-level data access & control systems to ensure information security.
  • Origination: We helped the client screen potential buyers in Europe through an exhaustive screening process using various data sources like CapitalIQ, Thomson One, Bloomberg, Gartner, and Frost & Sullivan.
  • Marketing: Our team assisted in building the pitchbook along with a detailed financial model including scenario analysis and relevant case studies. The pitchbook included sections such as peer analysis, industry research, precedent transactions analysis, and detailed profile of the shortlisted potential buyers.
  • Execution: We assisted the client with due diligence and preparation of the data room. As a value-add, SG Analytics, on a complimentary basis, offered its editorial and desktop publishing services to improve the marketability of the document.

DATA SOURCES USED:

CapitalIQ
ThomsonOne
Bloomberg
Gartner

VALUE DELIVERED

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1
Ready-to-publish material with minimal research time for client.
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Acceleration of deal process, leading to quicker-than-expected deal closure.