Why Do Firms Undertake Mergers and Acquisitions?

Answer

There are several reasons why firms undertake mergers and acquisitions these are; firms tend to derive tax advantages from merger or acquisition, Corporations pursue it as part of a deliberate strategy of diversification, hence, allowing the company to exploit new markets and spread its risks and also so as to exploit economies of scale, share managerial expertise, eliminate duplicated functions, and to raise larger amounts of capital.
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