The concept of merger and acquisition in India was not popular until the year 1988. During that period a very small percentage of businesses in the country used to come together, mostly into a friendly acquisition with a negotiated deal. The key factor contributing to fewer companies involved in the merger is the regulatory and prohibitory provisions of MRTP Act, 1969.
According to this Act, a company or a firm has to follow a pressurized and burdensome procedure to get approval for mergers and acquisitions. If money could talk, it would have whooped last year. Consider this: in 2017, India saw more than 1,000 mergers and acquisitions (M&A), the highest in the current decade. The practice of mergers and acquisitions has attained considerable significance in the contemporary corporate scenario which is broadly used for reorganizing the business entities. In the process of mergers and acquisitions, we work in the analyses and insights and access the information and conclusions aboutcontinue reading