Deals provide an opportunity – for faster growth, development of stronger capabilities, accelerated operational transformation, value realisation and protection.
Putting a value realisation and protection mindset at the heart of all mergers, acquisitions, divestments and crises situations is critical to differentiation in today’s very competitive deal environment. We draw upon our deals situational experience across many industries to support and partner with clients with our Deals practice in India. The insight we create coupled with the intelligent digital nature of the tools and methodologies we use to get to and evaluate the data that matters, contributes to the success of our clients in all Deals situations.
The Government of India (GoI) notified the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) regime in 2015 to promote cross-border financial services from India. Over the years, various measures have been introduced to develop IFSC as a global financial hub.
With respect to Fund Management, earlier this year, the IFSC Authority (IFSCA) had issued the draft IFSCA (Fund Management) Regulations, 2022, for public consultation. The IFSCA has now notified the finalised IFSCA (Fund Management) Regulations, 2022.
These Regulations provide a comprehensive regulatory framework for Asset Managers and Funds and could prove to be a seminal moment for the Asset Management industry in IFSC.
Join our distinguished speakers who will discuss and deliberate on the fund management regulations issued by the IFSCA.
Wednesday, 27 April 2022
4:30pm to 6pm
Analysing your strategic options, divesting a business unit, integrating two companies: each phase of a deal presents specific issues and challenges. Our Deals advisory service in India has the right people with the right expertise who can advise and assist with each phase. We can help you make the right decisions to maximise the value of your deal.
Identify the right target to drive growth strategy and capture hidden value throughout the mergers and acquisitions process.
Determine which parts of the business to sell or spin-off to strengthen the portfolio, achieve strategic goals, and create a better path to value
Create a strategy, identify and structure joint ventures, strategic alliances, and other collaborations for stronger partnerships that get you to market quicker
Diagnose and address areas of distress quickly, from bankruptcy preparation to liquidity constraints to transactions and underperforming businesses and, in order to pivot an organisation towards a stronger future
Set your strategic agenda and determine when a deal can accelerate strategy and increase portfolio value through PwC’s Value Creation strategy.
Provide objective solutions that help strategically access capital for an IPO, spin, private equity in India or debt offering for greater long-term strength and speed to market as part of capital markets operations.
Successful deals demand a balance of smart deliberation and strategic decisiveness. Our global, connected teams are ready to help you tackle any challenge or explore a new area for potential growth. Let us help.
It is clear that despite headwinds from the pandemic and other uncertainties, CEOs in India are significantly optimistic about the prospects for a stronger economy in the coming year. We therefore expect the momentum of deal activity to continue in 2022. On the corporate side, we expect the strategic shift to digital, innovative and new disruptive business models to continue to drive M&A decision-making.
Whether you are seeking to cut costs, maximise the potential of your people, reinvent your business model or break into new markets - in or out of a deal - start with a Value Creation mindset. Together, we can create value.
Together, PwC and Strategy& help clients develop practical strategies for their key challenges - and then put these ideas into action.
The RBI recently released a resolution framework for corporates impacted by COVID-19. This PwC webcast takes you through the nuances of the RBI resolution framework.
View the webcast for our analysis of the revised FDI policy, and its likely impact on foreign investments in India.