A Case Study on Merger and Acquisition on Indian Bank since 1991

Authors : Manish Singh; Akash Jain; Rudraksha Sharma; Riyansh Agrawal

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 4 - April

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A major standpoint of the Reserve Bank of India’s banking strategy is to promote competition, merge and streamline the system for financial steadiness. Mergers and acquisitions have become one of the widespread techniques of consolidation, restructuring and amplification of banks growth. There are several theoretical explanations to investigate the M&A activities, like alteration of management, change in control up to the mark, major purchase, resilience of the firms, amalgamation, or absorption of subsidiaries for volume and competence etc. The main intention is to visualize the achievement of banks after mergers. The suggestion that there's no noteworthy improvement of banks after mergers are accepted in majority of cases—but some exceptions are also running behind.”It is for this the main motive of merger and acquisition is for the betterment for the bank and it makes it competitive in nature. One can make any long-lasting policy


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