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IMPACT OF MERGER AND ACQUISITION ON BANKS FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

BY
HIRA KHAN
STUDENT OF MBA-I
IN JINNAH UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINSTRATION

THIS RESEARCH PAPER SUBMITTED TO
THE FACULTY OF
JINNAH UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN AND TO
MRS, AMBREEN FAIZAN
IN PARTIAL REQUIREMENT FOR THE DEGREE OF
MBA
FOR THE COURSE OF
ADVACE RESEARCH METHOD
15TH JUNE, 2012
AC(C)K(K)N(N)O(O)W(W)L(L)E(E)D(D)G(G)E(E)M(M)E(E)N(N)T(T)

I thank Allah for guiding me through the phases of compiling this research paper and helping me out in all the difficulties. I would like to take this opportunity to thank MRS, AMBREEN FAIZAN my teacher for the course of “ADVANCE RESEARCH METHOD” at JINNAH UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN, for her valuable support and encouragement, which she has offered. This research paper is a whole effort of HIRA KHAN and I could not have been made possible without the immense help and cooperation of my family members. Without their support and the amount of time that they gave us, this research paper would not have existed.

Thanks a lot.

ABSTRACT:
The Pakistan banking industry is one of the most prosperous and flouring industry in Pakistan. Despite the political and economic turbulence that strikes this country, this industry remains solid and prosperous. In past few decades a wave of merger and acquisition has been arisen in the developing countries. Pakistan is no difference in this case. Looking at the data of listed companies on Karachi stock exchange (KSE), it is obvious that in 2001 and onwards the M&A have got momentum. The Pakistan banking industry witnessing a growing trend of mergers and acquisition. The present paper examines the objective of the research to identify the extent of impact of merger and acquisition on banks financial performance. Quantitative research is adopted by this study. The sources of data for the study are secondary sources obtains from the banks...