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Transaction Multiples for the Valuation of Private Companies

Private Group led by Groupe Bruxelles Lambert / Canyon Bicycles

No EMAT : 104580
Announced Date : 15/12/2020
Type : LBO (Leverage Buy Out) ,Exit
Deal Value : Yes
Acquirer : Private Group led by Groupe Bruxelles Lambert

Target : Canyon Bicycles
Country : Germany
Sector of activity :
  • Leisure goods > Personal & Household Goods > Sporting Goods
Business Description :
Founded in 1985 by Roman Arnold , Canyon Bicycles is a manufacturer of premium conventional and electric bikes. > P ortfolio of bikes include: Road; Mountain; Gravel; Urban. > Also distributes...

Transaction multiples available
Gross Profit
P/E Price
to Book
Rating : **
Multiple available
n.s.   Multiple calculated, but not significant

Source: Epsilon Research / EMAT

Comparable Transactions

  • Number of EMAT Reports / sub-sector « Sporting Goods » = 35
Example of comparable transactions on EMAT (same sub-sector):
Date Acquirer Target Country Multiples See details
23/07/2020 Series B funding round led by Exor CowBoy Belgium * 104574
16/09/2020 Series B funding round led by Balderton Capital VanMoof Netherlands * 104555

Source: Epsilon Research / EMAT

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