Greater engagement with financial sponsors and public companies -- ECPMs engaged in a higher proportion of deals than other firms where the counterparty was a private equity firm or a public company
Greater use of all-cash consideration -- 38% of the value of all acquisitions by ECPMs were all-cash, compared to 30% of the value of all acquisitions by other firms
Avoiding large, transformational acquisitions by undertaking smaller acquisitions, relative to their own size, than other firms -- the average value of acquisitions by ECPMs was 0.
Making significantly more acquisitions than divestments -- ECPMs made 3.
Making significant timing adjustments to acquisitions and divestments to align with market conditions and take advantage of valuation opportunities -- ECPMs reduced the value of acquisitions relative to divestments during periods when M&A markets and valuation levels are increasing strongly, and significantly increased the value of acquisitions relative to divestments immediately following sharp market downturns
The Oil & Gas sector was found to have the highest percentage of firms identified as ECPMs (10.
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