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Is string-of-pearls M&A strategy better for overseas deals?

05 September, 2017

Many of India’s top corporate groups made large overseas acquisitions in the last decade, but some of those deals didn’t yield the desired results due to lack of business synergies, post-integration challenges and changes in the global environment. In an era of global uncertainty, can the string-of-pearls strategy of acquiring smaller companies a better option to accelerate growth? What factors companies must keep in mind while planning for inorganic expansion? A panel of senior industry executives discussed these issues and more topics at the News Corp VCCircle Mergers & Acquisitions Summit 2017 in Mumbai last month. Watch the video to know more.

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