Industrial Technology Investment Banking


Mooreland’s Industrial Technology team has a broad and deep set of experiences advising clients on strategic and financial initiatives. The team has domain expertise in key technologies impacting global industry markets, with a particular focus on:

  • Smart mobility – connected transportation and smart cities
  • Next generation factory automation and manufacturing
  • Industrial Internet of Things – Industry 4.0 and the connected factory and enterprise
  • Areas of the team’s technology expertise include: Sensors, semiconductors and electronic components
  • Power conversion and power management
  • Robotics and automation
  • Additive manufacturing
  • Electronics supply chain services, equipment and instrumentation

Our team understands the market trends impacting clients in evolving industrial markets and in the technologies impacting these segments. We have a proven track record of positioning companies for value maximization, developing successful exit strategies and enabling dialogues with global industry leaders as well as relevant financial investors.

Key trends driving M&A activity in the Industrial Technologies and Electronics market today include:

  • Proliferation of sensing, monitoring and communication devices and software driving Industrial Internet of Things use cases
  • Rapidly evolving automotive value chain, driven by electrification and smart mobility value added services and smart city initiatives
  • Investments in production and supply chain efficiency with rapidly increasing deployment of robotics, automation and additive manufacturing technologies
  • Broad requirement for increasing intelligence and analytics across smart infrastructure based on sensing real world activities
  • Continued innovation and expanding diversity of devices driving component integration and consolidation amongst semiconductor and component value chains
  • Improving efficiency and quality of industrial processes necessitating significant growth in monitoring and control applications
  • Increasing focus on energy efficiency and integration of renewable energy sources, storage technologies and electric vehicles into the power grid
  • Ongoing consolidation of the electronics supply chain to address global markets and continued stratification of supply chains
  • Doerfer
  • confidex
  • invotec-amphenol
  • bluegiga-silicon-labs
  • fsl-summer-street
  • fineline-protolabs
  • digitalpersona-fp-crossmatc
  • target-synopsys
  • humanware-essilor
  • kotura-mellanox
  • park-assist-tkh
  • ies-eurazeo
  • w2bi-advantest
  • gsi-esi
  • axell-cobham
  • tippr-ncrowd
  • reson-teledyne
  • irisys-danaher
  • nanoradio-Samsung
  • DDi-Viasystems2
  • Magnolia-Google
  • dibcom-parrot
  • epyon-abb
  • epyon-abb
  • sitel-dialog
  • em4-gooch
  • adept-inmotx
  • neoconix
  • barloworld-avis
  • chase-mc
  • perkins-xenon
  • adept-mobilerobots
  • ddi-coretec
  • nanoradio
  • neonseven-ublox
  • oerlikon-plasmatherm
  • fultec-fairchild
  • fultec-bourns
  • nova-thermofisher
  • adema-eton
  • barloworld-nova
  • laird-cushcraft
  • cps-csr
  • cohu-unisys
  • infiniroute-tns
  • fairchild-everlight
  • appliefarms-vacuum
  • oxford-transdimension
  • zarlink-intel
  • merix-epc
  • maranti-emc
  • extraction-mykrolis
  • solectron-motorola
  • gsi-westwind