Takeover of companies is one of the most important corporate restructuring tools. It is a well accepted and established strategy for corporate growth. A takeover bid is generally understood to imply acquisition of shares carrying voting rights in a company, substantive enough to control the company, in direct or indirect manner. From the regulator’s perspective, the process of takeover must provide equality of treatment and opportunity to all shareholders and more importantly, protection of interests of minority shareholders. Most of the securities market jurisdictions have put in place safeguards in the form of regulations based on the principles of fairness, transparency and equity. With the process of liberalization and globalization of Indian economy, the market for takeovers has become significantly active.
As the concept, viz., corporate restructuring through takeovers, has assumed significance in the Indian corporate world, a full day work shop is scheduled for September 18, 2010 to understand the regulatory framework in India as well as in other countries, based on case studies.
1 day10.00 am to 5.30 pm
Rs. 6,000.00 + Applicable Service Tax per participant inclusive of tuition fees, reference material and (morning / evening) refreshments only.
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