Here are some potential M&A ideas, rumored or official, to jumpstart your deal pipeline. Our sources are various news reports and the Buyouts “Seeking Buyers” list. For prior lists, see below.
Bachrach Acquisition LLC, a New York-based men’s clothing company, was seeking a buyer for the company. The company is being advised by Clear Thinking Group LLC.
Apax Partners is seeking buyers for Tommy Hilfinger, the American clothing brand, Women’s Wear Daily reported with few other details. The company may be running a dual-track process with an IPO filing on the table.
L-1 Identity Solutions, Inc., a Stamford, Conn.-based supplier of identity solutions and services, retained Goldman Sachs & Co. and Stone Key Partners LLC as financial advisors to explore strategic alternatives.
First Uranium, a Canadian mining company, continues to review strategic alternatives, and “has been engaged in negotiations with several potential strategic investors who have been invited to submit investment proposals,” none of which has been acceptable so far, the company said.
Liberty Media is evaluating strategic alternatives for Overture Films, a division of Liberty Starz.
Intrawest Corp. of Canada, a unit of Fortress Investment Group LLC, was seeking a buyer for its Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort.
Ramada Plaza Macon was seeking a buyer for the company via an auction.
Open Box Technologies Inc., a Troy, new York-based developer of online digital media software, was seeking a buyer for the company.
Netspace International Holdings Inc., a Maitland, Florida-based website developer, was seeking a buyer for certain assets.
Kadmon I LLC, a Delaware-based biopharmaceutical company, was seeking a buyer for a 50 percent interest in the company. Concurrently, Kadmon was rumored to be planning to acquire an undisclosed drug company.
Hooters of America Inc., the restaurant operator based in Atlanta, is using North Point Advisors to find a buyer for the company.
H. Ty Warner was rumored to be seeking a buyer for New York-based Four Seasons Hotel.