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Created by : AMOL SURESHRAO SURWASE, Legal Assistant/Apprentice, law firm  | 04 12 2010 10:06:41 +0000
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Is merger and acquistion of public sector banks in india useful Vs or not
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Hi Amol....

Mergers and acquisitions in banking sector have become familiar in the majority of all the countries in the world. And nowadays we can also see the public banks merging with other banks, this will help to improve the process and provide better services. It has the capacity to ensure efficiency, profitability and synergy. They also help to form and grow shareholder value. 

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By Swati Raut, Product Manager, Aviva  04 13 2010 09:23:25 +0000
 
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In my view merger is always better it brings uniformity in rules and effciancy they should also increase the staff at the same time


By govind agarwal, Freelancer, Freelancer  | 04 14 2010 05:43:25 +0000
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My question is whether creation of big financial institutions will really help our country? that too, considering our demographic set up. B'cos, in my opinion, the present set up is far better and has stronger presence considering common man and banking industry as well
By S D Manjunath, Sr Manager (Corr Bkg & Int'l Trade), Axis Bank Ltd  | 04 14 2010 03:41:54 +0000
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mergers would be help in increasing services and technical support


By Amit Kushwaha, travel company  | 04 13 2010 15:55:18 +0000
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merger in banks increases of services and technical support


By Amit Kushwaha, travel company  | 04 13 2010 15:54:08 +0000
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I support to the view , the Merger & Acquisition of the public Sector banks will enforce more Creditability in the Banking Sector , Will Ensure liquidity & Force Private Sector banks to be more competitive in thier Credit Policies . There will be a more sort of Disciplined Structure in Banking . 

As the Growth Potential of Banking Sector is Excepted to 3 times more compared to Last year , the Stage seems to be all set for a real action  .....


By Raghunath C B, Logistics Executive, AYOKI FABRICON PVT LTD  | 04 13 2010 12:28:49 +0000
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In my view its necessary
By AMOL SURESHRAO SURWASE, Legal Assistant/Apprentice, law firm  | 04 12 2010 10:06:41 +0000
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One can see from the recent events all over the world how big banks gone/ almost went bankrupt.  Big is good is not a reasonable concept.  The survival, growth, share of the market does not depend on its size but on its strategies, products, human resources, its innovative methods, its customer service, its adaptation of technology for smoother, speedier disposal of clients and so on.


By kanukurthy sudershanrao, Operations Manager, Andhra Bank  | 04 13 2010 16:32:35 +0000
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I really dont think that these kind of Mergers and acquitions are really helpful for Economy....

Basic Reason being, If we look at the Trends of Mergers and Acquitions in Banking sector.. only BIG FISH ARE EATING SMALL FISH and they are growing at higher pace compared to the Other small banks.... These Big Banks has not grown in terms of Captured Market and they are expanding on the basis of Big cities and Mid cities and not in RURAL GEOGRAPHICAL AREA... they have stick to their High Earning customers and offering best services to them only in Metro cities, Mid tier cities etc... bt not getting in RURAL MARKET where they can have max monetory Savings in less number of Accounts..

In this Rural Area only Small Scheduled, co operative and couple of PSU Banks exist and has major share...... So, for a Big Pvt Ltd and Ltd banks this is vey attractive market and they hardly prefer getting in to this area...

So, Merger and Acquitions are helping Big banks to grow and expand and not helping the RURAL INDIAN MARKET to grow...

 


By Sampanna Shastry, Deputy Manager- Marketing & Sales, Arani Power Systems Ltd  | 04 13 2010 10:32:27 +0000
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