References for vodafone – hutch deal Report

Below are just some of the reference that i have remembered. there is lot of scattered information available on the web    Business Week(http://www.businessweek.com)  Reserve Bank Of India – Publications   2008 Consulting Report by EQUITEQ  The Strategic Healthcare M&A Report(Walden Group)  The March Group(A private Banking Investment Firm) – www.marchgroup.com  ‘Reflections on …

Vodafone-Hutch Deal – VII

Chapter 5 – Conclusions Summary of Findings Though there are lot of companies which are showing scars of M&A but Vodafone has successfully integrated its India operations. Overall turnover for Vodafone in third quarter was £10.47 billion in the third quarter, to December 31 2009, but the 15 per cent boost was almost entirely due …

Teach india experience on 31 Oct 09

"Jonathan livingston seagull" a story by richard bach

I have never been an avid book reader from my childhood with the exception of comics (panthom, twinkle digest etc). But when friends suggested, I read some books. One title i remember now is “Who moved my cheese”. Others were mostly fictions.  From last one year my office has shifted to a new place and …

Vodafone-Hutch Deal – VI

Challenges for Vodafone Before Merger The Indian telecom landscape is highly competitive yet the number of players has diminished over the years. A number of companies which were initially in the business including AT&T, Escotel and others have exited. Some companies like Tata have exited the GSM mobile platform while continuing to operate in other …

Vodafone-Hutch Deal – V

Financial impact on Vodafone The transaction enhances Vodafone’s growth profile on a pro forma statutory basis, with Vodafone’s revenue and EBITDA CAGR increasing by around one and a half percentage points over the three year period to 31 March 2010. The transaction is expected to be broadly neutral to adjusted earnings per share in the …

Vodafone-Hutch Deal – IV

Chapter 4- Data analysis and interpretation Is the deal justified? Vodafone’s payment for Hutchison Essar might not appear to be justified using conventional analysis tools, but most of the growth in the future will come from the lower end of the market in rural India. The best way to justify these valuations is not to …

Vodafone-Hutch Deal – III

Teach india experience on 3rd Oct 2009

Vodafone-Hutch Deal – II

 Survey The Future of M&A  Richard A. Epstein is the James Parker Hall Distinguished Service Professor of Law at the University of Chicago says that “Mergers and acquisitions are, to say the least, big business, even in today’s hard times. Deal flow in a slow second quarter still came close to $1 trillion on just …