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Bothered M&A –Supply Chains and Working Capital Solutions? Igor Zax, CFA, Sloan Fellow (LBS) Managing Director-Tenzor Ltd © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Who and Why Do Distressed M&A? Purchasers: particular pain PE, fence investments/PE upset obligation financial specialists, corporate Sellers: PE, banks?, corporates Principal approaches: "unadulterated" obligation rebuilding, liquidation play, operational turnaround, incorporation © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Why Turnaround? Bankruptcy might be a productive arrangement if there are generous resources in the business (in light of real liquidation esteem) and they can be effortlessly secured. Else, one needs to stay with the as going worry as the most ideal approach to recuperate and this is not exclusively loan specialist\'s choice. To do as such, one needs to answer why the organization exists and how is it connected to its condition. Bank loan specialist settles on an erratic choice to loan store network accomplices settling on their choices (counting giving credit) each time © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Five "C" of Turnaround Control Creditors try to control resources and basic leadership Capability The group (existent, new or interval) should be able for the errand Credibility Turnaround arrange and the group need believability with all partners Clarity What is the organization\'s center business, how it fits with the business structure and does the plan of action match it Co-operation Lending gathering are by all account not the only partners. Progressing support from providers, clients, merchants and others are key for survival © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Industry structure and Supply Chain Global industry structures changed hugely Platform organizations "Produces no place however offers all over... know where the customers are and what they need and where the makers are. Stage organizations then basically compose the requesting by the customers and the conveyance by the makers (and the putting of their logo on the item just before delivery)."- GaveKal Integrated and community supply chains. Contract fabricating, outsourcing, muli-level dissemination Changed structures are regularly overlooked by examiners © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Supply Chain-Distribution of Risk and Reward Customers! Part Manufacturers Component Distributors Contract Manufacturers OEM Distributors VARs Understanding the store network is center to deciding the eventual fate of the organization. How is riches and hazard conveyed? What is outsourced to whom? Who does financing-is the organization a bank? Would it be advisable for it to be? Is the issue general strength of the chain, appropriation of prizes and dangers at specific layer or simply organization particular issues? Who can "alternate route" the chain and what might be results? Who will free the most if organization vanish and what would they be able to add to safeguard? © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Rise of ABL Cash stream loaning was the fundamental pattern previously. Today, EBITDA is a great deal more unstable diminishing products, as well as making trade stream loaning inaccessible out numerous regions. Loaning against resources turning out to be more utilized, particularly where the esteem can be obviously decided. Illiquid and long haul resources are hard to loan against-shorter term is simpler. "New Financial Engineering"- how to diminish the hazard in exchanges Still, obliges on supply of ABL credit. © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Credit Insurance and Receivables Financing In Europe, credit protection is critical (local and fare) The provider may not be the one settling on choices If cover is pulled back, organization can attempt to consult with safety net provider (to reestablish cover) as well as provider (to proceed with offer uninsured) IF obligation is present If the installments are past due, provider may not supply or hazard the claim not being paid... Receivable financing is underutilized by providers they paid for removing the hazard yet did not utilize the financing accessible! © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Working Capital Management Loosing provider credit is the significant hazard don\'t incite by late installment (however attempt to arrange longer terms) and keep great correspondence. No provider\'s support-no arrangement. Receivables are significant resource they should be overseen legitimately and financed were proper. Both quality and financibility of receivable book might be enter in pre-bargain due-industriousness. Oversee inventories-yet comprehend that numerous enhancement models expect hazard free counterparties. Examine the item blend from productivity angle, as well as working capital impact –and leave items you can not bear the cost of If the organization is not ideal place for financing and hazard, discover one in the store network who can take it © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Redesigning the Model - Distribution illustration Credit Insurance? Considering? Securitisation? What credit restrain? Offer buy Distributor Supplier Payment Risks: Distributor credit hazard This hazard might be exceptionally thought Customer credit chance (if merchant has minimal capital) Product obligation (any case) Provides: Marketing/Sales Logistics Service Working Capital Finance? Hazard moderation??? Broadened chance? Low focuses? Single versus multi level? How would you fund receivables in EM? © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Distribution case Credit Insurance-simpler to get? Receipt marking down? Figuring? We are in Europe! Offer Supplier Provides: Marketing/Sales Logistics Service Collections? Execution hazard moderation? Wholesaler now specialist? Expanded hazard? Low fixations? Single versus multi level? No compelling reason to back in EM? Low working capital needs! © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Why Do You Need Working Capital-Business Model? Working Capital needs are identified with structure, not really esteem included Supplier\'s highest concern now is hazard Learn the center lesson from managing an account emergency the way that you exchanged hazard on paper DOES NOT mean you exchanged it if counterparty is or gets to be week Variety of lawful structures to alleviate chance, while lessen working capital needs Similar models can be connected to contract fabricating, printing, material preparing, and so on © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Example-Printing Paper Supplier Printer Publisher What business the printer is in? What stresses the Paper provider? What stresses the Publisher? What stresses banks/figuring organization/credit safety net provider? Would procurement settle any of these? Is there option display? Whom do you have to talk about what? © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Supply Chain and Turnaround Financing The provider (even an exceedingly upset) is a loan specialist, giving next stride in the chain (merchant, maker, end client and so forth.) with credit through installment terms (infrequently they are the main or fundamental wellspring of credit). Purchaser of the products can adequately give cash to the dealer through diminished installment terms without going out on a limb (giving provider satisfied the agreement). This may give a workable other option to DIP (Debtor in Possession) financing, permitting sometimes to give assets to upset organization without being influenced by conceivable insolvency systems © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Supply Chain-its significance to lenders and turnaround speculators Company\'s working capital needs depends from plan of action and this can be changed (which means less cash expected to bolster the turnaround) Instead of bothered financing of vexed organization, one can regularly back sound one, (for example, its merchant) with a similar net impact however extraordinary cost and hazard One should know about cross fringe contrasts for instance there are more answers for financing deals to Emerging Markets from the West than for residential financing inside Emerging Markets. Wiped out organizations in sound chains have considerably higher odds of survival than in wiped out chains. © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Why Vertical Integration? Late years demonstrate a worldwide pattern to "platformisation" This was driven by lower exchange costs, production network coordination and general okay condition This is evolving now, as hazard is again high on the plan, and exchange expenses are up Deals begin coming - little and vast Cost of obtaining store network accomplice might be lower than exchanging cost Resolving of focus issue making tracks in an opposite direction from intemperate conditions. A considerable measure of production network improvement procedures intended for a "chance free" world In an unsafe world it is less expensive to have an answer inside a firm-the very reason firms exist (Richard Coase, Nobel cost in financial matters 1991) © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Vertical Integration-Working Capital Implications Buying seven days player up the chain-moving from concentrated non-financeable receivables book to broadened Merged organization can back receivables-focus all alone think that its troublesome as a result of operational dangers. Inventories – can be overseen down on end of bullwhip impact and lessening of wellbeing stock to cover supply dangers Payables. In the event that objective confronting pull back of lines from providers or credit protection, reestablishing of these can give prompt working capital lift. Conclusion: Working Capital may change hugely in a fruitful obtaining, giving money help rather to money deplete to acquirer © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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Thank You and Good Luck! Igor Zax, CFA, Sloan Fellow (London Business School) Managing Director, Tenzor Ltd. (London) Tel: +447775708426 E-Mail: igor.zax@tenzor.co.uk Web website: www.tenzor.co.uk © Tenzor Ltd 2009-2010 www.tenzor.co.uk

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