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Our track record of M&A deals speaks for itself. 

M&A Case Studies

Oasis M&A have managed M&A deals for over 30 years, supporting more than 500 privately owned businesses to find an acquirer, execute a managed buy out (MBO) or grow through acquisition.

Our unique process of marketing your business for sale while maintaining your anonymity and running the M&A deal negotiation process maximises results while avoiding the risk faced by typical business brokers and competitor M&A firms.

Our deep experience in building and divesting businesses personally has resulted in many long-term board appointments and consulting assignments as we help entrepreneurs grow their business, implement sustainable and profitable management structures and tackle the challenge of succession planning.

Read our M&A case studies below to learn how our experience has helped others achieve successful results for their businesses.

Micreo acquired by L-3
Micreo acquired by L-3

October 2016
DIVESTMENT
The shareholders of Micreo, an Australian-based electronic warfare technology business were seeking a strategic exit in order to help grow the business globally.
With such a niche specialty, Oasis M&A’s challenge was to gather interest in the business and secure an acquirer without divulging critical detail that would compromise their anonymity.
Read more about how we approached this unique deal with stakeholders spread across the USA and UK.

Dynamiq acquired by CGU
Dynamiq acquired by CGU

June 2015
DIVESTMENT

The owner of Dynamiq was seeking an acquirer to provide capital investment for growth, with Oasis M&A’s key challenge to secure a valuation based on the business’ potential, rather than prior revenue history.

CGU saw an opportunity for competitive advantage by providing added value to their existing insurance product offering.

Tasman Power acquired by E&A Ltd
Tasman Power acquired by E&A Ltd

October 2014
DIVESTMENT

Tasman Power sought help from Oasis M&A to explore the viability of exiting their Perth-based business in order to reduce their financial exposure.

Through a process of elimination, Oasis identified that the most motivated strategic acquirers were not in the Construction sector, but rather in the Electrical maintenance and engineering sectors.

Technology consulting business
Technology consulting business

2011 – Present
CONSULTING
In 2011 the owner of a well-established technology business sought Oasis M&A’s assistance in exiting their business. While the business had good market share, an unsuccessful previous attempt to place the business under management had rendered the business unprofitable and unlikely to attract potential buyers. Read how Oasis M&A helped to turn the business around, allowing the owner to retire while providing a steady passive revenue stream.

Viatek acquired 3 businesses within 13 months
Viatek acquired 3 businesses within 13 months

April 2013 – April 2014
ACQUISITION

Viatek were a managed print services company seeking to enter the technology managed services sector as part of an ambitious expansion and diversification strategy.
Viatek’s objective was to build a sustainable, long term Cloud-based business across a number of market segments including enterprise, government and small business, positioning themselves as an entirely service-focused, fully rounded business technology specialist.

Intervac acquired by Edco
Intervac acquired by Edco

March 2014
DIVESTMENT

InterVac is an Australian distributor of industrial and commercial cleaning equipment from leading global manufacturers.
Oasis M&A faced the challenge of securing an acquirer in a niche industry with terms satisfactory both to the vendor as well as the U.K. based manufacturer who had veto power over any proposed buyer.

HYPOXI Australia acquired by Ardent Leisure
HYPOXI Australia acquired by Ardent Leisure

March 2014
DIVESTMENT

Hypoxi is a scientifically proven, low-impact exercise method that is up to 3 x more effective at burning stubborn fat than traditional exercise.

Ardent Leisure acquired Hypoxi Australia as a compliment to their existing portfolio of health and leisure brands.

Dynamiq acquired 2 businesses with Oasis M&A
Dynamiq acquired 2 businesses with Oasis M&A

May 2012
ACQUISITION

Oasis M&A advised Dynamiq on the acquisition of Compass Health in order to position themselves as the preeminent provider in the emergency response industry.