Merger & Demerger
A business passes through various phases during its lifetime. Change is the rule for the world. Sometimes the position may be so much solid that one can acquire the business of others whereas in the times of hardships we may go in liquidation or may shutdown the business.
Merger and demerger are some commonly accepted methods of business expansion. Merger is a process in which two or more companies join hands to pool their limited and scarce resources for achieving their goals. Similarly, demerger is adopted when the business is carried out on a large scale and it is not possible to manage the whole business under the supervision of same management, so, a unit or a project is separated for achieving the goals. A separate entity with different or same management is formed to carry out business in the most effective and efficient manner.
Here is a quiz on the various aspects of the merger and demerger transaction.
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The function of treasury management is concerned with both macro and micro facets of the economy.Correct
Treasury management is concerned with both macro and micro facets of the economy.Incorrect
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If the purchase price is different from the face value then the return is equal toCorrect
If the purchase price is different from the face value then the return is equal to (coupon rate/purchase price) x 100.Incorrect
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Redemption yield or yield to maturity takes into accountCorrect
Redemption yield or yield to maturity takes into account all above.Incorrect
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Telegraphic transfers (TT) for transfer of foreign currency is used byCorrect
Telegraphic transfers (TT) method is used by banks with their own codes and correspondent relations with banks and abroad for transmission of funds.Incorrect
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If Bills of exchange is payable on demand, it is calledCorrect
If Bills of exchange is payable on demand, it is called sight bill.Incorrect
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Trade Bills are made betweenCorrect
Trade Bills are made between individuals.Incorrect
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Nominal yields adjusted for the payment of applicable taxes at which deduction of tax at source takes place are called the net yield.Correct
Nominal yield after considering the applicable tax is knoen as net yield.Incorrect
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Faster method among Telegraphic transfers (TT) and Mail Transfers (MT) transfer of foreign currency isCorrect
Telegraphic transfers (TT) is faster mean for transfer of foreign currency.Incorrect
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Regulator of Primary market isCorrect
Key rehulator of primary market in India is RBI.Incorrect
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Current yield is equal toCorrect
Current yield is equal to (coupon rate x face value)/ cost or market price.Incorrect