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Investindustrial Exits Ducati Case Solution & Answer

In early 2012, Investindustrial, a group of European private capital, has publicly announced its intention to sell its 76.7% stake in Ducati Motor Holding SpA, an Italian producer of iconic sport performance motorcycles. The decision follows an investment of six years, during which Ducati returned to profitability and significantly expanded its product range. The team had the following alternatives Investindustrial out: 1) full trade sale to a purchaser of the car, 2) a secondary LBO partial or a financial investor, and 3) a sale in Hong Kong. Each option has its advantages and disadvantages, but all require a careful assessment of Ducati to maximize return to investors of its flagship investment.
by
François Brochet
Karol Misztal
Source: Harvard Business School
30 pages.
Release Date: February 6, 2013. Prod #: 113058-PDF-ENG
Case Solution Investindustrial outputs Ducati

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