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Author : Arun Kumar, Ankur garg, Ankit Garg
Publisher : Shuchita Prakashan Pvt. Ltd
Edition : For June 2018 Exam

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Book Details

Content   -

1.  Corporate Restructuring – Introduction and Concepts,
2.  Mergers and Amalgamations – Legal and Procedural Aspects,
3.  Economic and Competition Law Aspects of Mergers and Amalgamations,
4.  Mergers   and   Amalgamations   –   Accounting   Aspects   of Amalgamations,
5.  Financial, Stamp Duty and Taxation Aspects of Amalgamation,
6.  Interest of the Small Investors in Mergers,
7.  Amalgamation of Banking and Government Companies,
8.  Corporate Demergers and Reverse Mergers,
9.  Takeovers,
10. Funding of Mergers and Takeovers,
11. Financial Restructuring,
12. Post Merger Re-organisation,
13. Case Studies,
14. Valuation Introduction and Techniques,
15. Regulatory Aspects of Valuation with Reference to Corporate Strategies,
16. Insolvency – Concepts and Evolution,
17. Revival and Restructuring of Sick Companies,
18. Securitization,
19. Debt Recovery,
20. Winding-Up,
21. Cross Border Insolvency.

Key Features  -

Merger and Amalgamation as per Companies Act 2013.
Winding Up as per Companies Act 2013.
Fully Amended SEBI Takeover Code 2011 .
Detail Analysis of Bankruptcy Code 2016.
Graph shOWing marks, category wise in each chapter, in various attempts.
Examination Trend Analysis – 5 Attempts.
Analytical classification of every chapter.
Marks of each question/part question.
List of repeatedly asked questions.
Line chart showing relative importance of chapters.
Complete Questions with Solutions.
Covering All Aspects of ICSI Module.
All Latest Amendments, Rules, Regulations, Circulars and Notifications.

About the Author:-

In Understanding the Black Economy and Black Money in India, Arun Kumar takes us on a journey from the origins of the black economy in India to what should come after demonetisation. Demonetisation has not dented the black economy, but it has damaged the white economy, especially the unorganised sectors. The survey does not lift the mist of confusion on India’s macroeconomic situation after demonetisation, while the conservative fiscal stance being proposed will only lead to an aggravation of the problems confronting the economy. Making India a less-cash economy will not necessarily end the generation of black money. It only means that the circulation of black income will take place differently. They have diligence and immense ability to learn, relearn and unlearn. Inspite being India’s best faculty and accepted in whole country they are still far away from arrogance. They have been playing multiple roles since the time they are teachers. They are teachers, motivators, friends, counselors and inspiration for many aspirants. They give students a classroom where they can share their doubts and can receive maximum learning. They make students to imbibe all the knowledge given in the class so that they can retain it in the future as well.