TPG Global Mergers and Acquisitions Summary

Private Equity Profile

In the last 3 years, TPG Global has acquired 10 companies. It has also invested in 24 others.

TPG Global’s most common sectors for investment are life science (12%) and financial services (8%). The Firm’s most common investment types include venture (17%) and growth capital (17%). In total, TPG Global has invested in 34 US states and 39 different countries. Its largest (disclosed) acquisition occurred in 2007 when it acquired Energy Future Holdings for $44.4B.

In the last 3 years, TPG Global has exited 15 companies. The Firm’s most common exit type is trade sale (42%). TPG Global’s largest (disclosed) exit occurred in 2008 when it sold Alltel for $28.1B.

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M&A Summary

  • M&A Total Activity463
    • M&A Buy Activity307
    • M&A Sell Activity156
  • Total Sectors Invested 48
  • Total Countries Invested 39
  • M&A Buy/Sell Connections 188
  • M&A Advisors 51

TPG Global

301 Commerce St., Suite 3300,
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
United States,
(817)871-4000
www.tpg.com
info@tpg.com

TPG Capital is a global, mega-sized private investment firm that manages a family of funds focused on private equity, real estate, venture capital, public equity and debt investing. TPG invests in opportunities across a broad range of industries and geographies. TPG generally seeks to invest in established businesses that can benefit from the Firm's operational experience and connections. Industries of interest include consumer, retail, healthcare, industrials, digital media, natural resources, energy, real estate, technology, and software. TPG was formerly known as Texas Pacific Group and was originally established in 1992 by David Bonderman, James Coulter and William Price. The Firm is based in Forth Worth, Texas with additional offices in Europe, Asia, and Australia.


Investment Criteria

Sectors of Interest: Aerospace, Airlines, Apparel/Textiles, Automotive, Beverages, Building Materials, Business Services, Chemicals, Communications, Consumer Products, Consumer Services, Digital Media, Distribution, Electronics, Energy Services and Equipment, Financial Services, Food, Gaming, Healthcare Services, Information Technology, Infrastructure, Insurance, Internet Software and Services, Leisure, Life Science, Manufacturing, Media, Medical Products, Metals/Mining, Oil/Gas Exploration, Packaging, Plastics, Publishing, Real Estate, Renewable Energy, Restaurants, Retail, Safety/Security, Semiconductors, Software, Technology Hardware, Test/Measurement Equipment, Transportation, Utilities

Target Transaction Types: Buyout (LBO, MBO, MBI), Divestiture, Going Private, Growth Capital, Recapitalization, Special Situations/Distressed, Secondary Buyout, Stake Purchase, Venture

Geographic Preferences: East US, Midwest US, South US, West US, Canada, United Kingdom, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, Asia/Pacific, Australia/New Zealand, Latin/South America

Transaction Criteria Min Max
Target Revenue - -
Target EBITDA - -
Investment Size 10 1,000
Enterprise Value - -
values in millions of USD

M&A Summary

Buy vs Sell

Year ≤ '15 '16 '17 '18 '19 '20 T
Buy (12.0/yr) # 247 12 21 19 8 - 307
vol $288.3B $7.7B $4.7B $3.5B $1.2B $305.4B
Sell (4.0/yr) # 136 5 3 7 5 - 156
vol $133.7B $1.9B $2.5B $5.9B $283M $144.2B
  463

Most Recent M&A

Company Date Value Type
Ess Kay Fincorp Ltd. 2019-11-26 - Growth Capital
Jaipur, India · www.skfin.in
Pearl Dairy Farms Ltd. 2019-11-07 - Growth Capital
Mbarara, Uganda · www.pearldairyfc.com
Victoria Plumb Ltd. 2019-10-17 - Secondary Buyout
Hull, United Kingdom · www.victoriaplumb.com
Columbia Asia Hospitals 2019-09-13 1.2B USD Secondary Buyout
Subang Jaya, Malaysia · www.columbiaasia.com
CollabNet, Inc. 2019-09-04 - Secondary Buyout
Brisbane, California · www.collab.net
Au10tix Ltd. 2019-08-08 - Growth Capital
Nicosia, Cyprus · www.au10tix.com
Dream Cruises 2019-08-06 - Stake Purchase
Kowloon, Hong Kong · www.dreamcruiseline.com
HotSchedules, Inc. 2019-07-10 - Secondary Buyout
Austin, Texas · www.hotschedules.com
Crunch LLC 2019-07-01 - Secondary Buyout
New York, New York · www.crunch.com
Nova IVI Fertility 2019-06-13 - Buyout (LBO, MBO, MBI)
Bangalore, India · www.novaivifertility.com
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Portfolio M&A

Company Acquired Add-On/Sale Date #
Transplace, Inc. 2017-08-14 Lanehub, Inc. 2020-01-14 2
Frisco, Texas · www.transplace.com Green Bay, Wisconsin · www.lanehub.com
Wind River Systems, Inc. 2018-04-03 Star Lab 2020-01-14 1
Alameda, California · www.windriver.com Washington, District of Columbia · www.starlab.io
Crunch LLC 2019-07-01 Crunch Fitness - Paramus 2019-10-30 1
New York, New York · www.crunch.com Paramus, New Jersey
LLamasoft, Inc. 2017-05-09 Opex Analytics LLC 2019-10-22 1
Ann Arbor, Michigan · www.llamasoft.com Chicago, Illinois · www.opexanalytics.com
WellSky 2016-12-20 ClearCare, Inc. 2019-10-08 8
Lenexa, Kansas · www.wellsky.com San Francisco, California · www.clearcareonline.com
McAfee, Inc. 2016-09-07 NanoSec 2019-08-08 2
Santa Clara, California · www.mcafee.com Santa Clara, California · www.nanosec.io
Kindred Healthcare, Inc. 2017-12-19 Kindred Hospital Paramount 2019-05-02 2
Louisville, Kentucky · www.lacunahealth.com Boca Raton, Florida
Adare Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 2015-04-02 Egalet Corp. - Parvulet Technology Platform 2019-04-15 1
Lawrenceville, New Jersey · www.adarepharma.com Wayne, Pennsylvania
Univision Communications, Inc. 2007-03-27 Gizmodo Media Group LLC 2019-04-08 1
New York, New York · www.univision.com New York City, New York · www.gizmodo.com
Exactech, Inc. 2017-10-23 XpandOrtho, Inc. 2019-03-12 1
Gainesville, Florida · www.exac.com La Jolla, California · www.xporth.com

M&A by Sector

Sector Current # Value All-time # Value
Life Science 17 (11%) 2.1B (3%) 35 (11%) 10.1B (3%)
Financial Services 13 (8%) 2.2B (3%) 24 (8%) 10.0B (3%)
Software 9 (6%) 3.5B (6%) 20 (6%) 23.2B (8%)
Healthcare Services 12 (8%) 7.2B (12%) 18 (6%) 9.6B (3%)
Retail 8 (5%) 5.5B (9%) 16 (5%) 18.8B (6%)
Information Technology 11 (7%) 5.8B (9%) 15 (5%) 11.0B (4%)
Medical Products 7 (4%) 625M (1%) 14 (5%) 13.3B (4%)
Communications 3 (2%) 9.0B (14%) 13 (4%) 45.3B (15%)
Internet Software and Services 5 (3%) - 12 (4%) 996M (< 1%)
Business Services 5 (3%) - 11 (4%) 1.2B (< 1%)
Consumer Products 7 (4%) - 10 (3%) 1.5B (< 1%)
Real Estate 8 (5%) 3.1B (5%) 9 (3%) 3.1B (1%)
Semiconductors 1 (1%) - 7 (2%) 18.1B (6%)
Restaurants 3 (2%) - 6 (2%) 8.7B (3%)
Food 2 (1%) - 6 (2%) 5.5B (2%)
Technology Hardware - - 6 (2%) 2.6B (1%)
Insurance - - 5 (2%) 3.2B (1%)
Apparel/Textiles 4 (3%) 60M (< 1%) 5 (2%) 3.1B (1%)
Beverages 2 (1%) - 5 (2%) 1.2B (< 1%)
Media 3 (2%) 13.7B (22%) 4 (1%) 17.3B (6%)
Consumer Services 4 (3%) 4.0B (6%) 4 (1%) 4.0B (1%)
Distribution 1 (1%) 1.3B (2%) 4 (1%) 3.3B (1%)
Manufacturing 4 (3%) 1.0B (2%) 4 (1%) 1.0B (< 1%)
Packaging 1 (1%) - 4 (1%) 500M (< 1%)
Airlines 2 (1%) - 4 (1%) 450M (< 1%)
Oil/Gas Exploration 3 (2%) - 4 (1%) 315M (< 1%)
Energy Services and Equipment 1 (1%) - 4 (1%) -
Renewable Energy 4 (3%) - 4 (1%) -
Utilities 1 (1%) - 3 (1%) 48.1B (16%)
Gaming 1 (1%) - 3 (1%) 30.7B (10%)
Building Materials 1 (1%) - 3 (1%) 997M (< 1%)
Chemicals 1 (1%) - 3 (1%) 770M (< 1%)
Metals/Mining 1 (1%) - 2 (1%) 3.3B (1%)
Leisure 2 (1%) 1.5B (2%) 2 (1%) 1.5B (< 1%)
Education 1 (1%) - 2 (1%) 616M (< 1%)
Aerospace 1 (1%) 542M (1%) 2 (1%) 542M (< 1%)
Transportation 2 (1%) 226M (< 1%) 2 (1%) 226M (< 1%)
Marketing 2 (1%) - 2 (1%) -
Staffing 2 (1%) - 2 (1%) -
Agriculture 1 (1%) 880M (1%) 1 (< 1%) 880M (< 1%)
Digital Media - - 1 (< 1%) 525M (< 1%)
Automotive - - 1 (< 1%) 325M (< 1%)
E-Commerce - - 1 (< 1%) -
Franchising 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Infrastructure 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Marine 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Safety/Security - - 1 (< 1%) -
Test/Measurement Equipment - - 1 (< 1%) -
Total 159 $62.2B 308 $305.9B

Acquisitions By Geo

State/Country Current # Value All-time # Value
United States 82 (52%) 54.0B (85%) 188 (61%) 262.2B (86%)
  California 25 (16%) 14.9B (23%) 55 (18%) 27.1B (9%)
  Texas 7 (4%) 650M (1%) 25 (8%) 76.3B (25%)
  Illinois 4 (3%) 278M (< 1%) 9 (3%) 2.9B (1%)
  Massachusetts 3 (2%) - 9 (3%) 2.5B (1%)
  New York 6 (4%) 18.3B (29%) 8 (3%) 18.3B (6%)
  Pennsylvania 2 (1%) - 6 (2%) 12.2B (4%)
  Washington 4 (3%) 1.6B (3%) 5 (2%) 3.0B (1%)
  North Carolina 2 (1%) 2.7B (4%) 5 (2%) 7.4B (2%)
  Florida 1 (1%) 625M (1%) 5 (2%) 7.7B (3%)
  Maryland 4 (3%) - 4 (1%) -
  Virginia 3 (2%) 3.5B (6%) 4 (1%) 6.5B (2%)
  Arizona 2 (1%) - 4 (1%) -
  New Jersey 1 (1%) - 4 (1%) 5.6B (2%)
  Ohio 1 (1%) - 4 (1%) 3.4B (1%)
  Georgia 1 (1%) 2.0B (3%) 4 (1%) 2.5B (1%)
  Indiana - - 4 (1%) 11.6B (4%)
  Tennessee 2 (1%) 1.4B (2%) 3 (1%) 2.0B (1%)
  Connecticut 1 (1%) - 3 (1%) 5.2B (2%)
  Minnesota 1 (1%) 4.0B (6%) 3 (1%) 4.0B (1%)
  Michigan 2 (1%) - 2 (1%) -
  District of Columbia 2 (1%) - 2 (1%) -
  Alabama 1 (1%) - 2 (1%) 1.3B (< 1%)
  Missouri 1 (1%) - 2 (1%) -
  Nevada - - 2 (1%) 30.7B (10%)
  Delaware - - 2 (1%) -
  Colorado - - 2 (1%) -
  Kentucky 1 (1%) 4.1B (6%) 1 (< 1%) 4.1B (1%)
  New Hampshire 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
  Nebraska 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
  Kansas 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
  Arkansas - - 1 (< 1%) 27.5B (9%)
  Wisconsin - - 1 (< 1%) 450M (< 1%)
  Utah - - 1 (< 1%) -
China 13 (8%) 2.3B (4%) 19 (6%) 2.8B (1%)
United Kingdom 10 (6%) 3.3B (5%) 18 (6%) 13.4B (4%)
India 12 (8%) 71M (< 1%) 15 (5%) 71M (< 1%)
Australia 4 (3%) 1.1B (2%) 6 (2%) 4.0B (1%)
Germany 1 (1%) - 5 (2%) 1.1B (< 1%)
Brazil 4 (3%) 226M (< 1%) 4 (1%) 226M (< 1%)
Japan 3 (2%) - 4 (1%) -
France 2 (1%) - 4 (1%) 5.9B (2%)
Singapore 3 (2%) - 3 (1%) -
Hong Kong 2 (1%) - 3 (1%) 1.2B (< 1%)
Indonesia 2 (1%) - 3 (1%) -
Canada 1 (1%) 1.5B (2%) 3 (1%) 2.8B (1%)
  Quebec 1 (1%) 1.5B (2%) 3 (1%) 2.8B (1%)
Switzerland - - 3 (1%) 1.3B (< 1%)
Vietnam 2 (1%) - 2 (1%) -
Russia 1 (1%) - 2 (1%) 2.6B (1%)
Italy 1 (1%) - 2 (1%) 325M (< 1%)
Taiwan 1 (1%) - 2 (1%) -
Bermuda - - 2 (1%) 1.0B (< 1%)
Malaysia 1 (1%) 1.2B (2%) 1 (< 1%) 1.2B (< 1%)
Spain 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Cyprus 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Czech Republic 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Denmark 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Israel 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Kenya 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
South Korea 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Morocco 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Netherlands 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Philippines 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Romania 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Saudi Arabia 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Sri Lanka 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Uganda 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Ireland - - 1 (< 1%) 2.0B (1%)
Greece - - 1 (< 1%) 1.8B (1%)
Belgium - - 1 (< 1%) 1.4B (< 1%)
Turkey - - 1 (< 1%) 810M (< 1%)
Thailand - - 1 (< 1%) -
Domestic 82 (52%) 54.0B (85%) 188 (61%) 262.2B (86%)
Cross-border 77 (48%) 9.6B (15%) 120 (39%) 43.9B (14%)
Total 159 $63.6B 308 $306.0B

Acquisitions by Deal Type

Type Current # Value All-time # Value
Venture 23 (14%) 542M (1%) 52 (17%) 602M (< 1%)
Growth Capital 35 (22%) - 50 (16%) -
Secondary Buyout 31 (19%) 10.2B (16%) 45 (15%) 18.1B (6%)
Buyout (LBO, MBO, MBI) 13 (8%) 5.4B (8%) 38 (12%) 29.6B (10%)
Going Private 11 (7%) 37.2B (59%) 34 (11%) 207.6B (72%)
Divestiture 14 (9%) 7.9B (13%) 31 (10%) 17.3B (6%)
PIPE 13 (8%) 224M (< 1%) 23 (7%) 4.0B (1%)
Stake Purchase 12 (8%) 226M (< 1%) 21 (7%) 2.8B (1%)
Recapitalization 1 (1%) 1.6B (3%) 4 (1%) 9.4B (3%)
Special Situations/Distressed 3 (2%) - 4 (1%) -
Consolidation 2 (1%) - 3 (1%) -
Acquisition Financing - - 1 (< 1%) -
Joint Venture 1 (1%) - 1 (< 1%) -
Merger - - 1 (< 1%) -
Total 159 $63.3B 308 $289.4B

Exits by Deal Type

Type Total # Value
IPO 42 (27%) 10.5B (7%)
Trade Sale - Public Company 38 (24%) 93.2B (66%)
Trade Sale 29 (19%) 11.5B (8%)
Secondary Sale 25 (16%) 23.0B (16%)
Stake Sale 9 (6%) 1.4B (1%)
Bankruptcy 8 (5%) -
Merger 2 (1%) 1.6B (1%)
Shut Down 2 (1%) -
Sold to Management 1 (1%) -
Total 156 $141.0B

Top M&A Advisors

Financial Deals
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
15
Deutsche Bank Corporate & Investment Banking
11
Goldman Sachs Investment Banking Division
10
Legal Deals
Ropes & Gray LLP
23
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
19
Kirkland & Ellis LLP
7

Deal Values

buy # Total
> $1B 57 $289.1B
$100M to $1B 39 $18.9B
< $100M 5 $311M
TOTAL $308.4B
Largest Energy Future Holdings Corp.
$44.4B (2007-10-10)
sell # Total
> $1B 29 $136.0B
$100M to $1B 18 $7.9B
< $100M 7 $316M
TOTAL $144.2B
Largest Alltel Corp.
$28.1B (2008-06-04)

M&A Connections

Deals %
Acquired from
PE Firm(s)
68%
68 68%
Strategic(s)
32%
32 32%
Exited to
PE Firm(s)
30%
29 30%
Strategic(s)
70%
68 70%

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