Many small acquisitions create more value
Companies that regularly and systematically realiez acquisitions of a modest size achieve better results for shareholders.
A study conducted by McKinsey attempted to find an answer to the question: What type of mergers and acquisition activities create the most value for shareholders?
This study clearly shows that companies that carry out a whole series of small acquisitions spread over several years create more added value. It is better than the one-off big bang transaction.
The research also shows that these companies usually also have an organizational structure to manage and successfully complete a takeover.
Source : McKinsey