Strategies of Philips : Report

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TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1MAIN BODY..................................................................................................................................1Assessingall majority stakeholders (number of shares) to see the Alcidioncan be acquired byPhillips.........................................................................................................................................1Strategies to acquire the company...............................................................................................3Identifyingprobable obstacles.....................................................................................................3Regulations needed to be followed..............................................................................................3CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................4REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
INTRODUCTIONAcquisition may be served as a corporate action that business unit undertakes with themotive to explore operations and functions. Hence, acquisition occurs when buying company gundertakes more than 50% ownership in a target company. The present report is based onPhilips, A Dutch technology company, which offers electronic products and service to thecustomers. In this, report highlights the strategies that will be followed by Philips to acquireAlcidion. Further, report also entails the obstacles that are associated with such potentialacquisition strategy.MAIN BODYAssessingall majority stakeholders (number of shares) to see the Alcidioncan be acquired byPhillipsFrom assessment, it has found that more than 50% ownership is required by Philips inAclidion to acquire the same. For this purpose, business unit needs to purchase the stock andother assets of target company. In this regard, acquiring company such as Philips can makepayment in terms of either stock or cash or the combination of both. Annual report of Aclidionfor the period ended on June 2017 clearly shows that total number of shares accounted for607779957 respectively. Along with this, annual report of Aclidion presents that approximately52% stocks held by mainly three authorities namely Professor Malcolm Pradhan, Mr RaymondHoward Blight and BSPE technology Pty Ltd (Annual report of Aclidion,2017). Further, as perthe report published at 19 September 2017, list of main 20 holders of ordinary shares who hold61.72% shares in Aclidion are as follows:
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