Unlikely Pairing

Davis, Avram
December 2009
Mergers & Acquisitions Report;12/7/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 49, p13
The article focuses on the collaboration among private equity firms and corporate buyers on deals. According to Randy Peeler of Berkshire Partners LLC, these types of deals enable private equity buyers to take advantage of additional industry expertise and benefit from synergies that are not available in a straight leveraged buyout. Berkshire is one of those that pursued a deal the most famous of which is a 1999 merger of Holmes and Rival. Catterton Partners also partnered with Pepsi Bottling to invest on coconut beverage maker One.


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