Exit and Growth Strategies for Middle Market Businesses

CFA Advises ConArt on Sale to Private Equity Firm

By Kim Levin | Jun 01, 2009


Case Study

Situation: Twenty years following the launch of ConArt, a manufacturer and erector of precast architectural and structural components, Mr. Lyle found himself seeking to sell his company during the height of one of the country’s worst economic and construction industry downturns in recent history.

Solution: Faced with an unusually difficult engagement, CFA prepared a detailed geographic and industry sector analysis, which was effective in presenting the fact that ConArt was not suffering from the effects of the construction industry downturn. Bolstered by the in-depth report, KT Capital Partners, a private equity fund, acquired a company that is strategically located and positioned to take advantage of a vast number of growth opportunities in Southeastern United States.

One Response to “CFA Advises ConArt on Sale to Private Equity Firm”

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