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Factors in International mergers and acquisitions
Finance & Accounting
Pages 12 (3012 words)
Table of Contents Introduction 2 HCL acquisition of Axon Plc. 3 Timelines of the acquisition 3 Deal Structure Analysis 3 Deal Valuation 4 Motives behind mergers and acquisitions 7 Synergy 8 Motives behind deal between HCL and Axon: 9 Merger waves 11 Reasons for merger waves 11 Types of bids in a merger 12 Hostile takeover bids 12 Factors in International mergers and acquisitions 14 Conclusion 15 Reference 16 Introduction The recent global economy has thrown up significant new developments in the last decade.
This has now become as the preferred mode of foreign direct investment (FDI). The objective of this paper is to analyze the concept of mergers and acquisitions through a case study. We will be analyzing the common factors and motives of going for an acquisition. We will also analyze the concept of merger waves and the result of the same on stock market. We will study the benefits and costs for the acquired as well as the predator company. Lastly, we will also analyze the defense mechanism taken in hostile bids. We will be analyzing the case study of acquisition of Axon Plc. by the Indian firm HCL Technologies. HCL acquisition of Axon Plc. HCL technologies, the fifth largest IT software and services provider completed its acquisition of Axon Group Plc., a UK based SAP consulting company on 15th December 2008. The acquisition was done for ?440 million (around Rs 3,100 crore – 647.75 pence per share) cash offer. ...
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