Mergers - TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter No: Page No: 1....

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter No: Page No: 1. OBJECTIVE-------------------------------------------------------------------5 2. METHODOLOGY------------------------------------------------------------6 3. INTRODUCTION -----------------------------------------------------------7-23 8. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS---------------------------90-92 9. BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCES-------------------------------------93 Objective Of The Project The objective of the research was to study and understand “mergers and acquisitions in banking sector”. The objectives are as follows – ▪ What are Reasons for merger and acquisitions in banking sector? ▪ Why 60- 70% mergers and acquisitions fail? ▪ Analyses of different mergers and acquisitions cases ▪ What are factor of consideration for mergers and acquisitions? ▪ Developing new factor of consideration before going for mergers and acquisitions ▪ Effects of mergers and acquisitions seen so far. Methodology The research methodology used in this report is qualitative as the data collected will be all secondary and it will be collected through different journals, newspapers, magazines and various websites. No primary research will be used. Data will be collected by secondary means. The project would be divided into different parts: • Introduction to mergers & acquisitions
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• Procedure for a bank mergerss • Case study of various mergers and acquisitions • Conclusion and recommendations Introduction Mergers – Merger is defined as the combination of two relatively comparable organizations – joint stock companies. In other words a merger happens when two firms, often of about the same size, agree to go forward as a single new company rather than remain separately owned and operated Usually the assets and liabilities of the smaller firms are merged into those of larger firms. Merger may take two forms- 1. Merger through absorption 2. Merger through consolidation. Absorption Absorption is a combination of two or more companies into an existing company. All companies except one loose their identify in a merger through absorption. Consolidation A consolidation is a combination if two or more combines into a new company. In this form of merger all companies are legally dissolved and a new entity is created. In consolidation the acquired company transfers its assets, liabilities and share of the acquiring company for cash or exchange of assets. Types of mergers
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Mergers - TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter No: Page No: 1....

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