Financial performance of Indian banking sectors during pre and post mergers and acquisitions
Bhavesh P. Chadamiya and
Mital R. Menapara
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Mital R. Menapara: Saurashtra University, India
Journal of Applied Management and Investments, 2012, vol. 1, issue 2, 146-150
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) have been a very important market entry strategy as well as expansion strategy. This era is known as competition era. In this era companies to avoid the competition, go for merger, and enjoy sometimes monopoly. Liberalization and technological advances are increasingly pushing the banking sector towards greater globaliza-tion to improve the operational flexibility of Banks, which is crucial in the competitive envi-ronment that banks operate in. The present study is mainly based on secondary data. In order to evaluate financial performance, Ratio analysis, Standard Deviation and t-test have been used as tools of analysis. The authors have found that overall the merger and acquisition does not effect on the financial position of banks except when a weaker & non-viable banks are merged with a financially sound and profit making bank in such case the profitability of the later bank will be affected.
Keywords: mergers and acquisitions; corporate restructuring; financial performance; ratio analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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