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Aerospace Defence Deals

Aerospace Defence Deals

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Industrial Products Aerospace & Deence
 Aerospace & Deence Deals*
2008 Annual Review
*connectedthinking
Merger and acquisition activity in the global aerospaceand deence industry
 
Contents
Methodology
 Aerospace & Deence Deals 2008 is based on published transactions rom the Dealogic ‘M&A Global’database, January 2009. Analysis encompasses only those deals which were completed in the calendaryear. Deal values are the consideration value announced or reported, including any assumption o debt andliabilities. Figures relate to actual stake purchased and are not multiplied up to 100%. The geographical splito the deals reers to the location o the target company. The analysis relates to the aerospace and deencedevelopment, manuacturing and services sectors, and thereore excludes commercial airlines. The analysisincludes targets in commercial and military aerospace, deence, homeland security and space. Data orearlier years may dier slightly to that appearing in previous editions o our annual analysis as a result o reshinormation, renements in methodology and consequent restatement o the input database. A ull list otransactions throughout 2008 is available by visiting the Aerospace & Deence Deals website atwww.pwc.com/aerospaceanddeence/deals.
Introduction .............................................. 01Report highlights .......................................... 02Deal totals ............................................... 04Deal makers.............................................. 06Deal places .............................................. 09North America ........................................ 11Europe .............................................. 13Rest othe world ...................................... 14Looking ahead ............................................ 16Contact us ............................................... 17
 
  Aerospace & Deence Deals
 Ater fying high inprevious years,aerospace and deence(A&D) deal-makingdescended ast in 2008.Indeed, the last threemonths o the year sawactivity virtually dry upas concerns about thenancial and economicbackground worsened,civil aviation overcapacityears hardened and the outlook or deencesector spending remained uncertain. Aerospace & Deence Deals 2008 reviewsdeal activity in the A&D industry. The report isthe latest edition in our annual series on deal-making in the sector, previously titled FlyingHigh. The report is one o a range o dealspublications rom PricewaterhouseCoopers,covering sectors including mining, metals,renewable energy, power, oil & gas as well as A&D. Together the amily o deals reports providea comprehensive analysis o M&A activity acrossindustries worldwide.We examine both the rationale behind the overalltrends and look at the key individual deals. Welook at the year under review, the context othe preceding years, and ahead to the uturedirection o deal-making in the sector. We alsohighlight, in our deal dialogue panels, some othe critical issues or companies engaging indeal activity within the sector. Drawing on ourglobal experience as an adviser to aerospace &deence industry M&A players, our commentaryaddresses all key markets in the sector.Looking ahead, we examine the eect o a moreuncertain economic outlook on deal-makingin the sector. We look at the imperatives thatwill continue to underpin activity as well asthe actors that will inhibit deal-making. Ourconclusion is that A&D deal activity will remainsubdued and that companies are most likelyto adopt a ‘wait and see’ attitude until keyconcerns about growth and nancing havebeen addressed.
Introduction 01
Neil Hampson

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