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MGMT 495 Summer 2011: Kelly Bossolt Marta Kovorotna Sarah Smith. Executive Summary. Financial Analysis The market crash time line Gerson Lehrman Credit Suisse & GLG alliance Credit Suisse and competitors External Analysis A Look at Each Company The Deal Competitive Advantage

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mgmt 495 summer 2011 kelly bossolt marta kovorotna sarah smith
MGMT 495

Summer 2011:

Kelly Bossolt

Marta Kovorotna

Sarah Smith

executive summary
Executive Summary
  • Financial Analysis
    • The market crash time line
    • GersonLehrman
    • Credit Suisse & GLG alliance
    • Credit Suisse and competitors
  • External Analysis
    • A Look at Each Company
    • The Deal
    • Competitive Advantage
  • Internal Analysis
financial analysis the market crash time line
Financial Analysis: The Market Crash Time Line
  • October 2004:
    • Roots of Capital Market Crisis
      • SEC lifted debt restrictions on 5 major investment banks
      • Assumed debt in major excess of cash reserves
      • Increased leverage 40x higher than cash reserves
  • October 2005:
    • U.S. housing market boom began to drop
  • April 2007:
    • Industry collapsed
    • 25 subprime lenders declared bankruptcy
  • October 10, 2007:
    • Record high opening of 14,165
  • October 2008:
    • Opening down to 8,569
    • Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac taken over by U.S. Treasury Dept.
    • Merrill Lynch sold to Bank of America
    • Lehman Brothers went into Chapter 11 bankruptcy
    • Dow Jones fell 504 pts
  • September 2008:
    • Government took over AIG
    • IMF deemed this a “major global downturn”
    • Banks worldwide cut rates to boost world economy
financial analysis gerson lehrman group glg
Financial Analysis: GersonLehrman Group (GLG)
  • Sustainability through tough times:
  • 2006
    • Revenue up 30% a year on average since 1999
    • Total Revenue $189 million
  • 2007
    • Total Revenue $233 million
  • 2008
    • 90% of revenue from financial services, 80% inside the U.S.
    • 90% client renewal rates
    • Total Revenue goal of $284 million
financial analysis credit suisse
Financial Analysis: Credit Suisse
  • The Alliance with GLG:
    • Thought to generate $100 million in global commissions
    • Save Credit Suisse up to $5 million on own consulting agreements
financial analysis cs against competitors
Financial Analysis: CS against competitors

http://finance.yahoo.com/

http://www.reuters.com/

internal analysis credit suisse
Internal Analysis: Credit Suisse
  • Leading Global Financial Services Firm
    • 300 Equity Research Analysts
    • Company & Business Model Research
      • Published Reports with Investment Advice
    • Peers Relationship Database
      • Supply Chain - Ecology
internal analysis glg
Internal Analysis: GLG
  • Largest Expert Network
    • 200 Executives, Physicians, Scientists, Engineers, etc.
    • Transaction Driver, not Relationship Based
      • Experts managed projects through GLG
    • 6 Vertical Sectors, 2 Horizontal
internal analysis the deal
Internal Analysis: The Deal
  • Goldman Sachs Hudson Street Initiative
  • Credit Suisse
    • Improved Information flow
    • Access to Unique Resources
    • Cost Savings
    • 200,000 expert network
    • Differentiate & Grow
  • GLG
    • Growth
    • Added Experts
    • Strengthen position as Comprehensive Marketplace Expertise
      • Match clients with experts better
internal analysis competitive advantage
Internal Analysis: Competitive Advantage

First Movers

Branding

Comprehensive Marketplace

Experts

recommendations
Recommendations

Keep doing what they are doing!