Mergers, Acquisitions, Divestitures
Trinity Capital is expert on issues involving changes of corporate ownership and control. Whether a family business, a company owned by a private equity firm or a public enterprise, we are extremely well positioned to advise you on how to maximize your long-term value. Our professionals have advised on strategic transactions totaling over $60 billion in value and have witnessed almost every conceivable transaction structure, deal term and document provision. As a result, we have the experience to guide you to success.
We take a highly customized approach to each of our assignments. Whether selling a company or assisting with the acquisition of a business, Trinity Capital approaches each situation with a creative, individualized process which includes:
• Insightful analysis of merits of selling or buying
• Tailored preparation of Information Memorandum
• Masterful leverage of our strategic and financial buyer contacts
• Expert negotiation and advocacy skills
• Tenacious execution and closing focus
As one of the leading independent boutiques, Trinity Capital provides objective advice unencumbered by conflict. We focus on creating long-term value for our clients earning status as a truly trusted advisor. In some cases, we advise our client against pursuing a transaction, if it is not in their best long-term interests.
Trinity Capital has consistently achieved results exceeding our clients’ expectations. Case studies include assisting some of the most prestigious private equity firms in two separate multi-billion dollar acquisitions and selling a beef company at three times its expected value. For example, Trinity Capital assisted Texas Pacific Group, Bain Capital and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners in planning their acquisition of Burger King from Diageo Plc in London, England.
Another hallmark transaction in which the Firm played a key role was its engagement by Thomas H. Lee Partners, Bain Capital and the Carlyle Group in their successful $2.4 billion acquisition of Dunkin’ Brands. In another critical assignment, Trinity Capital was instrumental in the successful $457 billion sale of Farmland Industries pork division to Smithfield Industries.