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India being emerges as one of the big market for (M&A) Mergers and acquisitions, in the last decade. The market for M&A is expected to bloggrow at a very rapid pace and sooner we may see many hostile bids by the Indian companies, as they are very uncommon in India. Hostile takeovers must be recognized as manifestations of a market for corporate control. Advanced economies regulate M&A activities only from competition angle.

Private equity continuing to invest capital into India Inc,  Hope that there would be some hostile takeovers because that is something Indian market badly needs to ensure good value creation for the shareholders.

Few of the cases which I can recall for hostile take over in India are Abishek Dalmia on Gesco and Arun Bajoria on Bombay Dying. Both were medium-sized barons outnumber their bigger peers, and follow quite different paths when it comes to running their businesses – owning substantial stakes in their business and thus less vulnerable to takeover. Continue reading

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There are now  857 posts on my blog , so I do some re-posting of them because  may be the subject is so interesting or you can sayblog that I cannot generate new ideas on daily basis 🙂

 

Recalling the movie Other People’s Money . as I was more curious to know about the heated debate in US whether Private Equity to be termed as Hero or Villan. Those of you who has seen the Wall street series and remember Gordon Gekko,a character resembling popular culture for unrestrained greed (with the signature line, “Greed, for lack of a better word, is good”), often in fields outside corporate finance. In the Indian market PE have limited presence.

Let us try to understand Private Equity (PE) :    Continue reading

What is Private Equity?

Cover of "Other People's Money"

Recalling the movie Other People’s Money . as I was more curious to know about the heated debate in US whether Private Equity to be termed 813530as Hero or Villan. Those of you who has seen the Wall street series and remember Gordon Gekko,a character resembling popular culture for unrestrained greed (with the signature line, “Greed, for lack of a better word, is good”), often in fields outside corporate finance.

Let us try to understand Private Equity (PE) :

Private equity generally make investments in the operating companies through a variety of loosely affiliate investment strategies leveraged buyout, venture capital and growth capital.Typically, a private equity firm will raise pools of capital, or private equity funds that supply the equity contributions for these transactions. Continue reading

What is Private Equity?

Recalling the movie Other People’s Money . as I was more curious to know about the heated debate in US whether Private Equity to be termed 813530as Hero or Villan. Those of you who has seen the Wall street series and remember Gordon Gekko,a character resembling popular culture for unrestrained greed (with the signature line, “Greed, for lack of a better word, is good”), often in fields outside corporate finance.

Let us try to understand Private Equity (PE) :

Private equity generally make investments in the operating companies through a variety of loosely affiliate investment strategies leveraged buyout, venture capital and growth capital.Typically, a private equity firm will raise pools of capital, or private equity funds that supply the equity contributions for these transactions. Continue reading

Yesterday all of a sudden Dell was trending on twitter as Michael Dell is buying back the personal computer downloadmanufacturer he founded and that carries his name for $24.4bn (£15.5bn).reported by the media.

This could be a cause for the concern :-

Many management-led buyouts have been successful enriching management at shareholder expense. how about the worst ones ?

The first issue is price. In such a buyout, a company’s executives have an incentive to pay the lowest price possible, yet they are also supposed to represent the interests of shareholders. That’s a fundamental conflict.
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