Deals on Debt & Equity Investment/Financing

Deals on Debt & Equity Investment/Financing

DEALS – FEB 19, 2020Telecom & IT

  • Investment criteria:
    • Revenue: US$ 5mn to 20mn
    • EBITDA: US$ 1mn to 10mn
    • Stake required: Less than 50%
  • More about the client: Japanese investor looking for opportunities in the Telecommunication and IT sector across the globe. Click here to know more about this requirement 

Submersible Motor Pumps

  • Acquisition criteria:
    • Revenue: US$ 5mn to 500mn
    • EBITDA: US$ 2mn to 30mn
  • More about the client: Global strategic acquirer is interested in the manufacturers for submersible motors pumps and components for Oil & Gas (Offshore & Onshore), Water pumps (Cooling & Hot Water). Click here to know more about this requirement 

Ophthalmology surgical, Intraocular lens

  • Acquisition criteria:
    • Revenue: US$ 10mn to 250mn
    • EBITDA: US$ 0mn to 30mn
  • More about the client: Seeking companies manufacturing ophthalmological Surgical Devices & intraocular lenses, and other medical equipment across the globe.

Building Materials | Fasteners

  • Acquisition criteria:
    • Revenue: US$ 15mn to 200mn
    • EBITDA: US$ 2mn to 30mn
  • More about the client: Seeking companies specializing in wood construction connectors, cold-formed steel connectors, fasteners & fastening systems, Adhesive Anchors, etc

Vertical Software

  • Acquisition criteria:
    • Revenue: US$ 5mn to 500mn
    • EBITDA: US$ 0mn to 20mn
  • More about the client: Seeking industry-specific software companies providing solutions to Legal, Accounting, Auditing, Tax, Compliance functions or any other industry.

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Investment/Financial News!

Investment/Financial News!

  • Dow jumps more than 800 points as Wall Street heads for fourth weekly gain in five weeks. – CNBC.

 

  • Wirecard CEO Markus Braun resigns after the German payments company disclosed $2.1 Billion of missing Cash – Bloomberg

  • Dow drops 200-points after jobless claims disappoint , reopening trades declines. – CNBC
  • Dow recovers from 271-point loss, turns positive as reopening stocks rise. – CNBC

Hong Kong’s economy is in peril, but its financial system is not – The Economist

As they repay their debt to society, many Hong Kong prisoners are put to work making useful items like road signs, uniforms, furniture—and the surgical masks that now obscure the faces of almost everyone on the city’s subdued streets. To help stop the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus, which has infected over 28,000 people worldwide, prisoners will now be employed round the clock, boosting mask production by as much as 60%. https://www.economist.com/leaders/2020/02/06/hong-kongs-economy-is-in-peril-but-its-financial-system-is-not?utm_campaign=the-economist-today&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_source=salesforce-marketing-cloud&utm_term=2020-02-11&utm_content=article-link-6

DAILY FINANCIAL MARKET SUMMARY

The Nigerian equity market on Tuesday halt losing streak of two consecutive trading sessions, following bargain hunting on bellwether stocks like MTNN, ZENITHBANK, and 11 others. However, the market breadth closed negative, recording 13 gainers against 17 losers.

In summary, the All-Share Index (ASI) increased by 99.71 absolute points, representing a growth of 0.36% to close at 27,871.90 points, However, the overall Market Capitalization size gained N51.93 billion, representing a growth of 0.36% to close at N14.52 trillion.

UACN emerged as the top gainer while SKYAVN emerged as top loser. Source|GTI