Our client is a firm who wants to invest in a Printed Circuit Board (PCB) manufacturer. The client wants to be comfortable that the first year ROI will be higher than 10%, and whether it’s going to be a good investment.
Would this be a good investment? How would we find out?
Case interview practice cases like this are a good way to practice for case interviews. The client here is a firm looking to acquire another company. You’ve been hired to find out if the investment is a good decision. In M&A case interview practice cases, there are 2 types of buyers – corporate vs financial. They each have different goals!
Now it’s time to build your structure for the case. You can use the M&A Framework in this one, but don’t rely on the basic frameworks. Instead, move outside of the frameworks to build a custom structure using your own business acumen and understanding.
This case study will prepare you for a Booz Allen Hamilton final round interview. The qualitative difficulty score is 3/4. There is 1 simple math exhibit you’ll be required to analyze.
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1 more thing for this case: time yourself as you go through the case. Timing guidance is listed on each of the Guidance pages.
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