Mergers and acquisitions of banks in india 2013
This paper also attempts to analyse the role of Reserve Bank of India and Acquisitions, Companies Act, , BANKING REGULATION ACT. Central Bank of India. As a result, mergers can create value and enhance revenues. Global Business Review, 14, 2 (): – Are Indian Banks Going Up a Blind Alley?
Mergers and acquisitions of banks in india 2013 -
Banking system of India has gone through many Mergers and Amalgamation and therefore have resulted in better performances and improved equilibrium. Speeding up the computerization in Public Sector Banks. Some of the industries had a significant decline both in terms of profitability and return on investment and assets after merger. They also get high dividends. It is a safe and most preferred alternative to sustain and survive in the market but it results in loss of the individual identities. But from the point of view of the society, too many mergers should not be there because it reduces the options. Confining the banks which are small for local banks or State banks or for Districts.