Berkshire Partners: Purchase of Rival Company (A) Case Solution

Berkshire Partners, a private equity firm in Boston, was happy with his recent investment in the Holmes Group, comfort of home consumer electronics. The holding has exceeded its key financial targets and Berkshire Partners was convinced it was going to be another successful investment. The management team then suggested Holmes purchased a kitchen electronics company, the rival company. Management believes that Holmes Rival complement its existing product portfolio and this is the ideal time to buy for the price depressing effect caused by lower revenues moment. The Berkshire investment team now decide if the potential benefits of an investment in Rival were enough to take the risk of investing successfully Holmes, Rival or could be acquired without risking investment in Berkshire Holmes.
by
Nabil N. El-Hage,
André Baillargeon,
Stephen Parks
Source: Harvard Business School
21 pages.
Release: July 16, 2007. Prod #: 208023-PDF-ENG
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