NEW YORK & SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--With 64%* of Spinoffs in positive territory a year after break-up and gaining +23%* on average 1 year after, plenty gets written about corporate Spinoffs. It’s ultimately a ‘let’s have a friendly divorce and split the money’, break-up growth strategy that’s now truly starting to catch the ears of both board management and shareholders alike.
“But what are the facts? What’s the best way to structure a Spinoff? How’s each relevant company & peer historically performed? Timing - When’s best to invest or sell either stock and why? What key ingredients create an attractive deal for new and existing shareholders? Our deep research reveals this, giving us more edge”, commented Ryan Mendy, Co-Founder & COO of The Spinoff Report
It was important for Deloitte to know, as they’re a large growing player in the lucrative Spinoff space; e.g. consider the recent UK FTSE 250, c.$3bn mkt cap, Cookson Group, CKSN (now VSVS), demerging from its electronics business, Alent (ALNT).
For TSR, it was because they wanted to optimize their analysis. TSR’s management has not only been managing money, investing in Spinoffs globally for the past decades, but it also advises the world’s most notable funds with subscription investment research on where the value is hidden within any given approaching or potential target corporate break-up that TSR has under coverage / on forward calendar. TSR has a unique track record and is the only firm in the world to cover every pure corporate Spinoff.
Some of the key Study findings: *Click here to enquire
- c.30% of Spinoffs takenover within 2 years
- +43% of Spinoffs returned over +20% after one year on avg.
- Large Cap ($5bn+) Spinoff stocks gained +27% on avg. one year post listing
- Materials/Industrials and Consumer performed best sector wise.
Global investment sectors covered by TSR:
Activism, Bankruptcy, Carve Outs, Deep Value with Catalyst, Demutualizations, Directors Dealings, Distressed Securities, Liquidations, Merger Securities, Mergers & Acquisitions, Post-Re-Orgs, Privatizations, Recapitalizations, Recovery Situations, Equity Restructurings, Reverse Mergers, Reverse Morris Trusts, Rights Offerings, Special Dividends, Spinoffs, Split-offs, Share Buybacks, Tender Offers and Turnarounds.