The Bengaluru-based Dynamatic Technologies is into precision engineering serving the automotive, aeronautic, hydraulic and security applications sector. JKM Ferrotech is its foundry business arm focused on the automotive sector with marquee clients such as Tata Motors, Hyundai, Ford, Renault, Daimler, and BMW among others. Dynamatic Technologies has sold its foundry business under the operating arm

India started experiencing the severity of the second covid-19 wave from March 2021. Deal-making activity in the country has witnessed a subdued undertone since the outbreak of the second pandemic wave. A study released by consulting firm EY and industry lobby Indian Venture Capital Association (EY-IVCA) stated that the pandemic adversely affected the momentum of

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The outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic on an unprecedented scale and the subsequent lockdown imposed to flatten its curve not only brought economic activity to a complete standstill but also disrupted the functional Analyzing the M&A landscape in India from a covid-19 perspective competency of domestic and global supply chains. While the economy trudges the

Bank of Baroda (BoB) has agreed to sell its Trinidad & Tobago operations to ANSA Merchant Bank, a subsidiary of ANSA McAL, a conglomerate based in the Caribbean. BoB’s operations in Trinidad & Tobago (T&T) include three retail branches in Port of Spain, San Fernando and Chaguanas. According to a source, the transaction size is

Mumbai: France-based Imerys Group, world leader in mineral-based specialities, has agreed to buy thermal insulation business from CK Birla Group-controlled Hyderabad IndustriesNSE -5.19 %. Definitive agreements have been signed between Calderys India Refractories, Imerys’ wholly-owned Indian subsidiary, and Hyderabad Industries (HIL) on Thursday and a formal announcement is due as early as Friday. The transaction

There are great expectations that Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will announce a slew of solid policies in her second Budget to be presented on 1 February that will go a long way in rescuing the economy from its current growth slowdown by reviving the animal spirits among private entrepreneurs. The consensus view echoed by most