Case Solution for DuPont Corporation: Sale of Performance Coatings

Complete Case details are given below :

Case Name :      DuPont Corporation: Sale of Performance Coatings
Authors :           Susan Chaplinsky, Felicia C. Marston, Brett Merker
Source :             Darden School of Business
Case ID :           UV6790
Discipline :        Finance
Case Length :    22 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
In January 2012, Ellen Kullman, CEO and chairman of DuPont, must decide whether to retain or sell the company’s Performance Coatings (DPC) division. This is an introductory case on valuing a leveraged buyout. The case focuses on a publicly listed corporation’s decision to divest a large division and asks students to compare the division’s value if it remains under DuPont’s control or is sold to an outside party. The transaction size of approximately $4 billion is too large for potential strategic buyers in the industry, making private equity (PE) firms the most likely bidders. The case provides a base-case adjusted present value (APV) model of DPC as a stand-alone company and gives students specific assignments to adjust it to reflect the division’s potential value under PE ownership (e.g., EBITDA growth, multiple arbitrage, and increased leverage). The case is designed to illustrate and discuss the differences between a public company’s valuation based on unlevered free cash flows and a PE sponsor’s valuation based on residual (levered) cash flows. This case has been successfully taught in a second-year elective course covering entrepreneurial finance and private equity and in an advanced undergraduate course on corporate finance. It is appropriate for use in classes on private equity, advanced corporate finance, or deal valuation.
 
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