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OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE AND POST-TAKEOVER PERFORMANCE OF MALAYSIAN ACQUIRING FIRMS

This study examines the interaction effects of firms' family ownership and the largest shareholders of corporate acquirers and how these influence the post-takeover performance of Malaysian public listed firms. The post-takeover performances of the acquiring firms are found to be contingent on the c... Full description

Journal Title: The Asia Pacific journal of economics & business 2010, Vol.14 (2), p.20
Main Author: Saw-Imm Song
Other Authors: Subhrendu Rath
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Language: English
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Publisher: Perth: Asia Pacific Journal of Economics and Business
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title: OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE AND POST-TAKEOVER PERFORMANCE OF MALAYSIAN ACQUIRING FIRMS
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  • Economic crisis
  • Emerging markets
  • Impact analysis
  • Public companies
  • Stock exchanges
  • Stockholders
  • Studies
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description: This study examines the interaction effects of firms' family ownership and the largest shareholders of corporate acquirers and how these influence the post-takeover performance of Malaysian public listed firms. The post-takeover performances of the acquiring firms are found to be contingent on the concentration of the largest shareholders and of family ownership. The evidence suggests that agency problems associated with takeovers are reduced through ownership concentration and family holdings. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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