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Performance of Kotak Mahindra Bank after Merger


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The paper is an attempt to analyse the performance of Kotak Mahindra bank for pre and post- period. The approach is Based on comparison of ratios in pre and post period. The period taken for pre-merger is two years and post-merger is three years. Performance is evaluated on the basis of, current ratio, quick ratio, Credit Deposit Ratio, debt equity ratio, Investment Deposit Ratio, Cash Deposit Ratio, Financial Charges Coverage, Capital Adequacy Ratio, Net Profit Margin Ratio, Return on Long Term Fund Ratio, Return on Net Worth Ratio, Operating margin Ratio, Gross profit margin Ratio, Adjusted cash margin Ratio for pre and post merger period. The final conclusion is that Merger is a useful strategy for Banks to expand their operations, serve larger customer base, increases profitability, liquidity and efficiency but the overall growth and financial illness of the bank can’t be solved from mergers.

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Globalization, Acquisitions.
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Aashima
DIAS, Delhi, India

Abstract


The paper is an attempt to analyse the performance of Kotak Mahindra bank for pre and post- period. The approach is Based on comparison of ratios in pre and post period. The period taken for pre-merger is two years and post-merger is three years. Performance is evaluated on the basis of, current ratio, quick ratio, Credit Deposit Ratio, debt equity ratio, Investment Deposit Ratio, Cash Deposit Ratio, Financial Charges Coverage, Capital Adequacy Ratio, Net Profit Margin Ratio, Return on Long Term Fund Ratio, Return on Net Worth Ratio, Operating margin Ratio, Gross profit margin Ratio, Adjusted cash margin Ratio for pre and post merger period. The final conclusion is that Merger is a useful strategy for Banks to expand their operations, serve larger customer base, increases profitability, liquidity and efficiency but the overall growth and financial illness of the bank can’t be solved from mergers.

Keywords


Globalization, Acquisitions.

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