September 26 2011


Vietnam M&A Deal Review 2011

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53 Pages




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Credit crunch and high interest rates amid economic and financial crises have led to many distressed assets in the country. This is a great opportunity for industry players and PE investors to penetrate into Vietnam through M&A. Shares of many public companies are trading at very low valuation (P/E 2011 = 9x and PB = 1.5x) on the stock market, but behind the scene, there are great M&A deals of which some are considered to be biggest in the Vietnam M&A history.

Executive Summary 4
1 Deals Activity Review in 9M2011 6
   1.1 Overview and Data Analysis 7
   1.2 Top 10 Deal Features 9
   1.3 Top 10 Featured M&A Deals 17
   1.4 Top 10 Featured Private Equity Deals 22
2 2012 Outlook 27
   2.1 Business Environment 28
   2.2 Key Growth Drivers 29
   2.3 Obstacles and Challenges 34
3 M&A: a business strategy or a threat? 36
4.1 Why M&A? 37
4.2 Your business could be vulnerable to takeover 40
5 A case study: Beton 6 in post M&A era 43
6 The Basics of M&A in Vietnam 48

Tags: M&A Deal, Vietnam M&A, M&A review, M&A Sector, M&A 2011, Vietnam M&A 2011

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