IMPACT OF MERGER AND ACQUISITION IN NEPALESE FINANCIAL SECTOR FOR A BANK SURVIVAL
INTERNATIONAL AMERICAN UNIVERSITY
KING’S COLLEGE, KATHMANDU NEPAL
INTERNATIONAL AMERICAN UNIVERCITY
May 9, 2012
Title of the study:
"IMPACT OF MERGER AND ACQUISITION IN NEPALESE FINANCIAL SECTOR FOR A BANK SURVIVAL ".
Commercial banks have an essential role in the economy. One of their main duties is to collect funds from excess fund sectors and lend to customers with insufficient funds. From these financial intermediary activities, they have an important role in determining the amount and distribution of credit in the economy. Since an increase in bank credit leads to increased investment and in turn to increased employment levels, changes in bank lending behaviour have a marked impact on the economic development of the country. Banks change their lending decisions in response to changes in the structure of the banking market. One of the issues arising in this context is bank mergers and acquisition (M&As). Since market structures can change as a result of mergers, bank mergers can have a significant impact on changes in bank lending behavior. Bank consolidation in the form of merger become one of the regulations initiated by the Nepal Rastra bank in order to...
...obtain greater market power. Banks merge with other banks that have branch locations in multiple states in order to reach a larger customer base. The anticipated benefits are less competition and increased profits for the resultant bank. The corporate diversification strategy has led to an increase in bank Merger.
The mainly purpose to conduct this study on merger and acquisition of banks and its effect on employee job satisfaction because there has been seen a big change in shape of merger activities after the big financial crises that effects the whole world business strategies in different mode so many employees getting jobless. Every segment of work or business and individuals of the nation is affected by the financial crisis due to the cycle of collecting deposits and lending money chain broken. Peoples do not have the power to save the money in the banks because of less profitability and more expenses that reduced the profitability of the banks too and let them to merge and acquisition themselves with another well-established bank that bear their costs and their existence too. During merger and acquisition activities lots of employees victimize in different terms. They suffer from the stiffed phase of their job. Most of the employee’s job satisfaction level goes ultimate down as they think they will be getting fired or jobless as new management would be come up with new teams of professionals and new procedure of working...
...Proposal for the Acquisition of
Sample Industries, Inc.
Timothy Jones, CEO
ABC Actuarial, Inc.
John Smith, CPA
ACME Valuation Services, LLP
500 North Michigan, Ave.
Chicago, IL 60600
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7.2 The Pay Raise
1. To further your understanding of salary administration.
2. To examine the many facets of performance criteria, performance criteria weighting, performance evaluation, and rewards.
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Pay Raise Worksheet
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(Do not use qualitative characteristics.)
(a) Market value changes are not recognized in the accounting records.
(b) Lower of cost or market is used to value inventories.
(c) Financial information is presented so that investors will not be misled.
(d) Intangible assets are capitalized and amortized over periods benefited.
(e) Repair tools are expensed when purchased.
(f) Agricultural companies use market value for purposes of valuing crops.
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(h) All significant postbalance sheet events are reported.
(i) Revenue is recorded at point of sale.
(j) All important aspects of bond indentures are presented in financial statements.
(k) Rationale for accrual accounting.
(l) The use of consolidated statements is justified.
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(n) An allowance for doubtful accounts is established.
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1. Synergy Valuation
a. Cost and revenue synergies
Managers of an acquiring company anticipate cost savings pretax of $50 million in the first year of the deal and $100 million the next and that thereafter the savings would grow @ inflation, 2%. Marginal tax rate is 30%. The firm must invest $1 billion to achieve these savings and starting in the third year must spend 5% of the pre-tax savings to sustain the rate of savings. As part of rationalization of operations, some assets will be sold generating a positive cash flow of $20 million net of tax in years 1 and 2 and $10 million in year 3. The analyst judges that these costs savings are rather certain, reflecting a degree of risk consistent with the variability in the firm’s EBIT. Accordingly, the analyst decides to discount the cash flow at the firm’s cost of debt of 6%.
The merger will expand revenues through cross-selling of products, efficient exploitation of brands and geographic and product line extensions. They forecast revenue growth of $100 million in the first year and $200 million in year 2 and thereafter. The COGS underlying these new revenues is 45% of the revenue. This forecast s in constant dollar terms and needs to reflect expected inflation of 2% p.a. To achieve these synergies will require an investment of $400 million initially and 5% of the added revenue each year to fund working capital growth. The target’s cost of equity is 15%
b. Financial Synergies
Managers believe that...