Outbound Cross Border Mergers and Acquisitions in India

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OUTBOUND CROSS-BORDER MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS IN INDIA: RECESSION & BEYOND

[1]
Pragyan Parimita Sarangi.
Faculty (Finance), Bhavan’s Centre for Communication & Management. e-mail: pragyansarangister@gmail.com Mobile No: +91 9437282167 Address: Plot No - 9, Kharavel Nagar, Unit - III, Bhubaneswar - 751 001.

[2]
Trilok Nath Shukla.
Faculty (Finance), Bhavan’s Centre for Communication & Management. e-mail: shuklatrilok@yahoo.com Mobile No: +91 9337327034
Address: Plot No - 9, Kharavel Nagar, Unit - III, Bhubaneswar - 751 001.

[3]
Siddharth Shankar Kanungo.
Faculty (Finance), Bhavan’s Centre for Communication & Management. e-mail: sid1982@gmail.com Mobile No: +91 9681131042
Address: Plot No - 9, Kharavel Nagar, Unit - III, Bhubaneswar - 751 001.

ABSTRACT

Recession is outlined as a substantive slump in the aggregate economic activity across the res publica. Unremarkably, it becomes apparent through its encroachments on real GDP, wage-earning output, wholesale and retail trade, subjective earnings and employment of economic resources. During recessionary cycles it is determined that firms tend to choose vertical merger because this typecast countenances firms to limit their habituation on their supply chain and to step-up their efficiency resulting in benefits on the cost frontier.

The increasing economic abilities of the Indian corporate sector has preceded an exponential increase in Mergers & Acquisitions effectuated by Indian firms. In recent years Indian firms have participated more actively and visibly in outbound cross-border Mergers & Acquisitions than ever.

The present body of work makes an attempt to abstract the dynamically accelerated scenario in the Merger & Acquisition domain with the help of crucial trends and factual attests. The rationalities behind these accelerations as delineated in this paper are accompanied by the SWOT analysis of the contemporary state of affairs of Mergers & Acquisitions in India, particularly outbound cross-border deals. Our exploration has uncovered the upcoming opportunities and threats in the course of such cross-border deals in the recessionary, and post recessionary phase. Based on this exploration and the predominating market trends, testimonials have been provided with for the consequential progression of future outbound cross-border deals. The holistic impression as per our exploration pictures the positive outlook and growth prospects of India with respect to outbound cross-border Mergers & Acquisitions.

Keywords: recession, outbound cross-border mergers & acquisitions

INTRODUCTION

In the struggle for survival, the fittest win out at the expense of their rivals because they succeed in adapting themselves best to their environment - Charles Darwin.

Darwins theory of survival of the fittest is pertinent to one and all. At the diminutive stage when applied to the living beings, it pertains to their ability to accommodate to the shifts in their environmental conditions. from the perspective of the current body of work if we talk about the survival, it pertains to the industries

Mergers and acquisitions are not a newfound conception. Primitively, when kings dominated worldwide, they annexed the res publica by the power of sword. The appropriations then, either materialized by eliminating confrontations in the battleground or by reaching out to an understanding whereby one body politic would be dominated by the superior one, for its entirety thus, insinuating a constituent of domain of the superior. Be it Alexander, Napoleon or the East India Company which dominated India for decades, it was more of a bid to dominate and assume control of the occurrences, an endeavor to explicate in size and power and a means to subdue the world, thus consolidating. In a way, it was no different from mergers and acquisitions. While they created value for the conqueror they on occasions, were negative, damaging, devastating as well. The scenario now-a-days is...
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