The impact of mergers and acquisitions on corporate performance in india the impact of mergers and acquisitions on corporate performance in india satish kumar lalit k bansal 2008-11-14 00:00:00 purpose – while going for mergers and acquisitions (m&a) management smell financial synergy or/and operating synergy in different ways but actually are they able to generate that potential synergy or not, is the important issue.
Mergers and acquisition becomes the major force in the changing environment the policy of liberalisation, decontrol and globalisation of the economy has exposed the corporate sector to domestic and global competition to determine the success of a merger, it is to be ascertained if there is. Mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance 201 of employment practices, and the nature of internal control systems and incentive systems in place to measure and reward the performance of employees of the ﬁrm.
Further, the study has also evaluated the posttakeover corporate performance of sample companies 2 research methodology the study focuses on three main aspects viz: (a) corporate takeovers in india, (b) financial ratios as predictors of corporate takeovers, and (c) post-takeover corporate performance.
Corporate performance in post-merger period has been attributed to numerous reasons – manager's desire for position and influence, low productivity, poor quality, reduced commitment, voluntary turnover, and related hidden costs and untapped potential (buono. This is to summarize the article, “the impact of mergers and acquisitions on corporate performance in india written by “satish kumar and lalit k bansal ” the objective of this summary is to explain the changes occurred post m&a of the firms and financial performance of the firms and to find out whether merger or acquisition is suitable to increase the different perspectives of the organization performance.
Request pdf on researchgate | effect of mergers on corporate performance in india | this paper studies the impact of mergers on corporate performance it compares the pre- and post-merger operating performance of the corporations involved in merger to identify their financial characteristics. Of merger effect on regression of profits to norm shows that regression to norm exists and is faster for the merging firms as compared to the non-merging firms they conclude that acquisition activity lowers profitability and that part of this was due to the regression to norm from unsustainably high pre-merger performance.