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The Indian economic reforms have opened up a whole lot of challenges both in the domestic and international spheres. The increased competition in the global market has prompted the Indian companies to go for Mergers & Acquisitions as an important strategic choice. This process is being extensively used for restructuring the business organizations. Mergers & Acquisitions activity is expected to increase in 2015 and beyond.
 
M&As have been, and will continue to be, critical vehicles for enabling the execution of corporate and business strategies. These may include entering new lines of business; growing into new markets; accessing new technologies, products and other capabilities; consolidating and rolling up markets and the like. Many international and Indian M&As have helped the companies to scale to the next pedestal and maximized the long term value of stakeholders. The immediate effects of the mergers and acquisitions have also been diverse across the various sectors of the Indian economy. Thus, it is very important to craft and structure of M&A in a very thoughtful manner so that maximum advantage can be derived from this exercise.
 
To address the various contemporary issues related to Mergers and acquisitions, ASSOCHAM is organizing 3rd National Conference on “Value Creation through Mergers & Acquisitions” on 25th March 2015 at Hotel Shangri-La, New Delhi. This program is designed to understand how corporates can best manage the M&A process to ensure that value is created for all stakeholders. In this program we will examine and discuss the M&A landscape and provide systematic frameworks for managing the stages of the M&A process with Actual Case Study.
 
Key Discussion Areas
  • Internal Consolidation (Amalgamation of Group / Subsidiaries Companies)
  • Unlocking the Business Valuation (Demergers / Slump Sale)
  • Domestic Acquisitions
  • Cross Border Acquisitions
  • Deal Structuring & Financing the Acquisitions
  • Macro Issues in Valuation for M&A –
  • -       Assets Model                                   - Minority Interest safeguard
    -       Business Model                               - Synergy
    -       IPR                                                   - Stamp Duty
    -       Business Cycle                                - Indian Regulatory requirement
    -       Impact                                            - International Valuation Standard
  • Taxation in Domestic M&As
  • Cross Border M&As and Tax Planning
  • Impact of Direct Tax Code on M&A Activities  
Followed by the Q&A

Registration Fees: 

  • Delegate Fee: Rs. 5,000/- per delegate. (10% Special Discount for ASSOCHAM Member or two or more delegates from same organization)