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Title: Financial restructuring and its impact on corporate performance in India
Researcher: Parikh, Hiten M
Guide(s): Pathak, Bharati V
Keywords: Business Management
Industrial Sickness
Financial Restructuring
Upload Date: 21-Aug-2012
University: Gujarat University
Completed Date: June 2011
Abstract: Indian Economy underwent a sea change after 1992-93 when the economy was opened up Globalization, Liberalization and privatization terms were coined and successfully marketed. Indian manufacturing firms started facing competition from global giants. In the decade of nineties, many firms underwent a business restructuring process whereby business models were adapted to suit the competitive environment. This eventually helped these firms to not only withstand competition but also emerge as globally competitive firms. On the other hand, some firms could not withstand competition and turned sick. One of the major concerns for the lenders and the government was to manage the nonperforming assets (NPA) level of the banks and financial Institutions and also to restructure/revive the potential sick units. The Government of India along with Reserve Bank of India came out with various mechanisms for rehabilitation of sick industries. A question always arises whether the present mechanisms adopted by the banks and institutions are adequate or not. Post restructuring, the impact on the performance of the company is required to be looked into. The literature review reveals that the work conducted by various researchers was tilted more towards identifying the causes of sickness in the industrial undertakings in India or the effectiveness/performance of financially restructured firms through Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR) and comparison of performance of firms after restructuring on the BIFR platform visà- vis performance of US companies post-restructuring. This indicates that there is a need to study the impact of financial restructuring on the corporate performance in India The study also encompasses a comparison of the legal system and mechanism available for restructuring and winding up in developed and other developing countries vis-à-vis India. The comparison highlights that the financial restructuring exercise is successful in developed countries as their restructuring mechanism are time bound.
Pagination: xiii, 264p.
Appears in Departments:School of Commerce

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