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Stellex Capital Management
Thursday, September 26, 2019
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
New York City
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Over the next couple of years, car and truck makers are planning to introduce dozens of models of new electric vehicles. They’ll include numerous exciting features, e.g., video cameras that will replace side-view mirrors, and front seats that swivel 180 degrees so passengers riding in front can face rear-seated passengers while the vehicle is in autonomous driving mode.
As the auto industry prepares for dramatic changes in the way mobility occurs, and as vehicles are being built, private equity investors are going to discover more and more opportunities for investment.
Here are three major trends investors will be capitalizing on --
Electric autonomous cars & trucks -- As the automakers launch new and autonomous vehicles, and as they add more and more IT, telematics, and electronics, middle-market investors are focusing on suppliers of products and services that are aligned with these trends.
Examples include recent sales to Michelin by Summit Partners of Masternaut, a SaaS telematics platform. And Harbour Group’s add-on acquisition of EVoCharge, a Los Angeles-based maker of electric vehicle charging stations.
Opportunities for suppliers -- Companies that build cars and trucks are also striving to reduce costs, improve flexibility, and quicken time-to-market. Car manufacturers and OEMs will be looking for partners and for buyers to acquire current operations. Well-positioned suppliers will be able adapt to today’s fast-changing market, scale through acquisitions, and emerge as winners.
Ride sharing -- Americans aren’t buying as many cars as they used to, relying increasingly on sharing vehicles, a trend favored by millennials. Indeed, global auto demand declined in 2018 for the first time since 2009, and since 2015 U.S. sales have been flat.
What’s more, since shared vehicles endure lots more wear and tear, they require more maintenance. That’s why savvy investors are scooping up companies that replace parts that wear out, like tires and wipers, and that provide services like quick lube and car washes. Hence Wynnchurch Capital’s purchase of Team Car Care, one of the largest franchisors in the quick lube business, and Golden Gate Capital’s acquisition of giant retailer Mavis Discount Tire.
You’ll gain valuable insights as our 20+ panelists assess the outlook for the automotive sector when you attend The Capital Roundtable’s all-day conference on Private Equity Investing in Automotive-Related Companies on Thursday, September 26, in New York City.
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That said, in an industry in such a transformative state, investing in automotive-related companies is not without its own share of challenges.
For examples, it remains to be seen how fast OEMs can bring their new products to market, or how fast they can sell them. Prospective customers may worry about having access to charging stations. Autonomous vehicles may have significant design, safety, and regulatory hurdles to overcome. And the industry faces major uncertainties related to trade tariffs with Mexico and China, as well as forthcoming regulation changes governing emissions.
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Michael Stewart is a managing partner at Stellex Capital Management. Previously he was a partner at The Carlyle Group and a managing director and co-head of Carlyle Strategic Partners, a distressed and special situations fund. He was one of the original principals at Sunrise Capital Partners, a growth capital fund. Before that, he spent eight years at Houlihan Lokey in its financial restructuring group.
Mr. Stewart is a director of AFG Holdings, Custom Glass Parent, Dominion Hospitality Topco, Fenix Parent, and Grammer Investment Holdings. He previously served as director of Famous Brands International (Mrs. Fields), Permian Tank & Manufacturing, Sterling LLC, Diversified Machine, Metaldyne, Stellex Aerostructures, Airwalk International, Day Runner, NEXIQ Technologies, Klenk Holz, and Riverside Millwork Company.
He earned a B.S. in finance and entrepreneurial studies at the University of Southern California.
Recent Middle-Market Automotive-Related Deals
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