NBFC Merger & Acquisition
The merger is a combination of two existing entities into one new company.
Overview of NBFC Merger
A Non-Banking Financial Company registered under the Companies Act which is engaged in the business of loan & advances, acquisition of shares/ debenture/ bonds or other marketable securities such as hire purchase and insurance business.
NBFC provides working capital loan and credit facilities.
What do you mean by NBFC Merger?
The merger is a combination of two existing entities into one new company. The merger is considered as a corporate strategy of combining two or more NBFCs into a single company in order to enhance the financial and operational strengths of both organizations. Acquiring company acquires the majority of equity shares of one or more companies. Acquired company surrender majority of its equity shares to an acquiring company.
What are the advantages of NBFC Merger?
- Economies of Scale
- Help in growth and compete with Govt. & Multinational Banks and later can move for a bank license.
- NBFC merger helps acquirer to avoid the cost and time-consuming aspect of asset purchases, software development, and such other assignments.
- Tax benefits
- NBFC merger helps in competing with banks.
- Increase market share.
- Increase goodwill & reduce NPA
What are the disadvantages of NBFC Merger?
- Challenges in operation management due to the large scale of NBFC business.
- Creates distress within the employee base of each organization.
- Operational Risk
- Management Issues