financially inspired strategies
KPFB, a Featherbrooke Inc. division
We Do 2 Things
#1 Advise and execute strategic alternatives to challenges and growth.
Execution of Strategic Projects for Growth, M&A, Restructures, Turnarounds & Interventions.
We weave financially inspired alternatives.
#2 Portfolio clean-ups and orphan acquisitions
We help clients remove portfolio companies. We acquire orphan unwanted companies from Group portfolios driven by portfolio clean-up or changing strategies of the Group parent.
Our methodology focuses on speed and unique contracting to ensure painless removal of unwanted portfolio companies.
Example: significant loss-making software division within a Nasdaq listed technology company, painlessly acquired with start to closing in 6 weeks with no Reps & Warranties or residual risk for parent Group corporation. Thereafter, turnaround to profitability within two quarters and no balance sheet debt.
Turnaround with 20x profit increase
How a strategy matrix fixed 42 plant bakeries
Digitizing an industry
How a national industry project digitized soft commodities
Exponential online growth
When users are incentivized to bring other users to develop a low cost 53 million audience reach
12 M&A acquisitions and disposals
How an unusual SaaS valuation optic benefited selling shareholders
The integration after the acquisition
Three healthcare businesses, 950 staff and putting it together
Software and finance
Risk management software and big data tracking of criminal behavior
Structure new returns on corporate cash
Secure Interests allows corporate customers to gain 6% on cash balances with their influence in the supply chain
KPFB’s principal, Kevin Potter, has a range of deep experiences across industry verticals that leverage the ability to formulate and execute strategic alternatives. Being fortunate to be exposed to bright minds and experiences in rapidly changing industries, his work has been recognized by the World Bank, has been the winner of Microsoft awards and our solutions have been used by private and public companies, commodity exchanges and international banks.