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Author Name :- Tarun Jain,,

Journal type:- NJRIP-National Journal of Research and Innovative Practices

Research Field Area :-  Commerce and Management ; Volume 8, Issue 7, No. of Pages: 3 

Your Research Paper Id :- 2023020505

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The Indian enterprise is currently restructuring itself broadly on these lines. There are open offers, buybacks, sale of plants or brands, change in equity, mergers, reverse mergers, etc. However, the firm-level positive results from M&A deals are yet to be strongly recognized. A recent KPMG study found that only 30 per cent of cases of M&As in India created shareholders’ value. In 39 per cent of such deals, there was no discernible difference, while in 31 per cent of cases, the shareholder value was diluted. The finding, though shocking to most, stems from imperfections, which exist in most economies and more distinctly in India.

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