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Numerous studies globally have shown that about 70 to 80 percent M&A deals do not deliver their intended objectives and fail to create shareholder value
What makes purposeful companies tick is their ability to align their organisation’s purpose with its risk strategy – which involves making bets that can help capture opportunities while mitigating losses
Several economic developments and supportive government policies, including the macroeconomic strength of the country have resulted in the development of production, processing, distribution and marketing of F&B in India
Strong common equity tier (CET) 1 was a key reason why Indian banks were shielded from the global financial crisis of 2008.
Strategic ideation both from a ‘family’ and ‘business’ perspective may prove to be the catalyst in achieving objectives and complying with tax requirements
Financial institutions that have lower coverage ratios under the existing guidelines would be significantly impacted
Sophisticated products and participation from international institutions will necessitate a holistic quantification of risk and diligent oversight