Insight

Driving value capture in automotive M&A

How to avoid execution failure and achieve a successful integration

Todd Dubner

Todd Dubner

Principal, Strategy, KPMG US

+1 212-954-7359

Lenny LaRocca

Lenny LaRocca

Partner, Financial Due Diligence, KPMG US

+1 313-230-3280

Joanne Heng

Joanne Heng

Principal, Deal Advisory and Strategy, KPMG US

+1 213-593-6663

Matthew Dintelman

Matthew Dintelman

Managing Director, Deal Advisory and Strategy, KPMG US

+1 312-320-0014

With COVID-19 starting to fade in the rearview mirror, the automotive M&A market is rebounding. Industry players are positioning themselves for a changing landscape of electric and high-tech vehicles and are looking to make a range of deals—from transformative M&A to creative partnerships.

But a new KPMG report, Capturing value in automotive M&A, argues that deal making alone doesn’t guarantee success. As in the past, deals will end up destroying value if they’re poorly executed. Carefully planned integration is a must if you want the deal to pay off.