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Title: Impact of Mergers and Acquisition on the Financial Performance of Indian Commercial Banks
Researcher: Mehandiratta Soniya
Guide(s): Sahni Deepak
Keywords: Mergers and Acquisition, CAMEL, Banks
Social Sciences,Economics and Business,Management
University: Uttarakhand Technical University
Completed Date: 10-03-2017
Abstract: India is a country whose economy is growing at a faster rate in the world. These days commercial banks face lot of problems for branch expansion in order to expand their area of operations because it involves a very high cost. Secondly, investors judge the performance of commercial bank on the value of its share price. Commercial banks in todays environment face tough competition from the private banks in terms of profitability, low operating costs, rising Non Performing Assets and high share prices. Keeping the above problems in mind the following topic Impact of Mergers and Acquisition on Financial Performance of Indian Commercial Banks have been selected. In the globalized economy Merger and Acquisitions acts as an important tool for the growth and expansion of the economy. Merger is a combination of two or more companies through the pooling of interests. The name of the company after merger can be a new company name or follow either buyer or the seller company name. Furthermore, an acquisition is one company taking over controlling interest in another company. The assets or the stock of the seller are purchased for cash or stock of the buyer. The buyer is definitely the dominant party in acquisition transactions. After acquisition, the seller company will no longer exist. newlineKeeping this as goal the research in particular focused on the reasons of mergers and acquisition of banks in India, to identify the relationship between CAMEL Variables that is Capital Adequacy, Asset Quality, Management Quality, Earning Quality And Liquidity and financial performance of Indian Banks and to examine the impact of Mergers and Acquisition on Camel Variables of Indian Banks before and after the Merger. The study uses mergers and acquisitions strategies and financial data of Indian commercial banks which have been merged since 1999, through CAPITA LINE database. newline newline
Pagination: 378 pages
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/228273
Appears in Departments:Department of Management Studies

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