By N. Hubbard
Conquering international Markets bargains tests of the problems, data, circumstances, and most sensible practices of mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and alliances in the course of the global. utilizing details gleaned interviews with CEOs, the ebook offers insights into making worldwide M&As profitable.
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One participant commented: They’re not making it easy. Formally they say you will be treated in the same way as a domestic [company], but you cannot ignore that a country organization of a large international [player] will always be smaller than one who has India as his home country. After China not much can surprise you. I must say the only thing that surprises me here [in China] is the government is playing quite a large role awarding licenses. So, it’s not only up to the [regulators] but also the different ministerial departments [which] also have to clear it—there you always come into more political arguments.
All but one indicated that attracting and retaining senior management was a challenge. As a group, though, those interviewed understood this and were proactively addressing it through a variety of means, including locating their headquarters in more central locations, actively seeking out a diverse managerial workforce, promoting the non-Japanese into high-visibility roles, and extensive managerial and cultural awareness training. Others included how to manage human talent across the organization as a whole, ensuring the correct skills were being deployed at the right locations.
One participant summed up the issue of SOEs very well: There’s a fair amount of alarmism about state-owned enterprises and their growth throughout the world. When they say Abu Dhabi Investment Authority et cetera, they tend to ignore the German and French banks. We all have to think a little wider about some of these things and what actually is happening. It’s really the controller of the funds rather than the fact that they are controlled by a sovereign body, that is, rightly, a more important question and the motivation behind the control.