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SRR Recognized as a Top-10 Fairness Opinion Advisor

Spring 2012

For the second year in a row, Stout Risius Ross was recognized as a top-10 fairness opinion advisor in the U.S., and a top-15 advisor globally, according to Thomson Reuter's M&A Financial Advisory Review (Year End 2011).

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Sale-Leaseback Transactions

Growing Popularity for Sale-Leaseback Transactions

Sale-leaseback transactions continue to grow in popularity as an alternative source of financing. Through sale-leasebacks, middle-market companies can maximize the value of their real estate assets, unlocking cash to finance operations and to support long-term growth goals. In addition, these companies may obtain favorable lease terms and tax savings, among other advantages.

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This article is authored by Joshua J. Fox, Managing Director and head of the Real Estate, Lodging, & Leisure Industry practice within Stout's Investment Banking Group.

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When Imitation is Not a Form of Flattery: The Importance of Intellectual Property Registration in Cuba

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385 QuickStart Assessment

We help companies prepare for final Section 385 regulations.

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Automotive Component Defect Risk Assessment

Customized Expert Analysis of Automotive Recall and Defect Risks

As a supplier of automotive parts, understanding the risks and costs of recall and other defects is increasingly essential. In addition to the internal knowledge of your team you must also consider external data in order to more fully understand and appreciate the risks and opportunities you face. A more complete understanding of risk presents unique competitive advantages for sales, engineering, finance, insurance and legal teams in your organization.

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Metals Industry Update - 3rd Quarter, 2016

North American Metal Forming: Strong M&A Activity Continues

Metal forming M&A activity continues at a strong pace, driven by abundant equity capital, accommodating credit markets, favorable growth trends in many end markets, and sector consolidation strategies.  Strategic buyers, on the one hand, and sellers serving multiple end markets, on the other, continue to dominate transaction volume.

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This Metals Industry Update is authored by Christopher A. Merley, Senior Vice President and head of the Metals Industry practice within SRR’s Investment Banking Group.

Along with quarterly updates for a range of industries, SRR also publishes a semi-annual collection of original articles authored by senior SRR professionals and other guest authors call The SRR Journal. The articles provide unique perspectives on a wide range of timely and complex financial issues.

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Metals Industry Update - 3rd Quarter, 2016

North American Metal Forming: Strong M&A Activity Continues

Metal forming M&A activity continues at a strong pace, driven by abundant equity capital, accommodating credit markets, favorable growth trends in many end markets, and sector consolidation strategies.  Strategic buyers, on the one hand, and sellers serving multiple end markets, on the other, continue to dominate transaction volume.

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This Metals Industry Update is authored by Christopher A. Merley, Senior Vice President and head of the Metals Industry practice within SRR’s Investment Banking Group.

SRR's Investment Banking group publishes quarterly updates on a broad range of industries based on both proprietary and non-proprietary databases.

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Energy Industry Update - 3rd Quarter, 2016

Turning the Corner: An Improving Outlook

The energy service and equipment sector has been under duress for much of the past two years. Crude oil prices have declined nearly 60% from highs reached in mid-2014, driven by persistent supply from U.S. onshore and OPEC producers. Natural gas production also remains stubbornly high with substantial levels in storage. As a result, capital spending in the U.S. exploration and production (E&P) sector declined 35% in 2015 and is expected to decline another 51% in 2016.

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This Energy Industry Update is authored by Todd Parsapour, Managing Director and head of the Energy Industry practice within SRR’s Investment Banking Group.

Along with quarterly updates for a range of industries, SRR also publishes a semi-annual collection of original articles authored by senior SRR professionals and other guest authors call The SRR Journal. The articles provide unique perspectives on a wide range of timely and complex financial issues.

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Plastics Industry Update - 3rd Quarter, 2016

Plastics industry M&A activity continued its record pace in Q3 2016 with transaction volume during the first nine months of 2016 increasing 14% year over year (YOY) as compared to 2015. A quarterly comparison from Q3 2015 to Q3 2016 saw a 6% increase. In addition, the 117 transactions during the third quarter of 2016 matched the previous high, which was recorded during the second quarter of 2016.

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This Plastics Industry Update is authored by David M. Evatz, Managing Director and head of the Plastics Industry practice within SRR’s Investment Banking Group.

Along with quarterly updates for a range of industries, SRR also publishes a semi-annual collection of original articles authored by senior SRR professionals and other guest authors call The SRR Journal. The articles provide unique perspectives on a wide range of timely and complex financial issues.

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