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Deutsche Bank Securities


Se analiza una operación del Banco con ICL, de alto riesgo debido al alto nivel de apalancamiento de la empresa. La problemática de este caso versa en que la Vicepresidenta de “Deutshe Bank Securities” tiene que identificar la estructura óptima de capital para medir la viabilidad de la operación con ICL.


ICL cliente de Deutsche Bank Securities se pone en contacto con la vicepresidenta Maria Ober para solicitarle un crédito con el objeto de adquirir una empresa que se dedica a distribuir productos del sector de salud. Esta empresa distribuidora está valuada en 1,500 millones de dólares.

Intercontinental Capital, Ltd (ICL), es una empresa que se dedica a adquirir compañías con un nivel alto de apalancamiento. En este caso ICL pretende adquirir a la empresa distribuidora de productos del sector de salud, Consolidated Sypply S.A., una de las subsidiarias de AtlantisMed Systems.

ICL fue fundada en el año 1978 y es una compañía que se dedica a adquisición de empresas privadas. La compañía cuenta con un capital invertido superior a los 4 billones de dólares en diferentes tipos de industrias.

El proyecto de adquisición de la distribuidora de productos del sector de salud, Consolidated Sypply S.A., una de las subsidiarias de AtlantisMed Systems, según lo señalado por el director de ICL representaría una inversión de 1,500 millones de dólares. De los cuales 534 millones serían aportación de ICL y 979 millones provienen de un banco, que en este caso puede ser Deutsche Bank Securities.

• Balance General
o El efectivo inicial en la proyección es bajo
o La compañía tiene cuentas por cobrar altas (Puede generar problemas de flujo)
o Los inventarios son un importe relevante.
• Estado de Resultados
o Se está contemplando un crecimiento del 3.8 % anual
o El Costo de ventas…...

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