Subsidiary Company - Yogesh Khambayat

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Published on January 30, 2020




1. GETTING STARTED WITH How To Effectively Identify Subsidiary Company Yogesh K NSConclave 2020

2. NSConclave 2020 Group structure Holding Company Parent company Subsidiary A Subsidiary B NSConclave 2020

3. NSConclave 2020 Subsidiary Company Holding Company Parent company Subsidiary A Subsidiary B NSConclave 2020 • A subsidiary company or child company is a company that is owned or controlled by another company, which is called as a parent company. • The subsidiary can be a company, corporation, or limited liability company. In some cases it is a government or state-owned enterprise. Subsidiaries are either set up or acquired by the controlling company. • Subsidiary ownership is determined by the percentage of shares held by the parent company, and that ownership stake must at least 51% or more.

4. NSConclave 2020 Ownership of subsidiary to parent • Subsidiaries are entities where the parent or holding company owns more than 50% of its voting stock. • In contrast, if the parent holds 20%-50% of the voting stock of another company, that company is referred to as an associate company. • Further, where the parent holds less than 20% of another company’s stock, that investment is a minority passive investment. 100% Ownership Wholly Owned Subsidiary Partially Owned

5. NSConclave 2020 100% owned is wholly owned subsidiary • A wholly or Fully owned subsidiary is a company whose common stock is 100% owned by another company, the parent company. The parent company has complete control over the subsidiary. Starbucks Coffee Company Starbucks Coffee Japan 100% owned

6. NSConclave 2020 Example's of a Subsidiary company Tata Volkswagen Facebook Pepsico

7. NSConclave 2020 Difference between a merger, an acquisition, a divestiture, and a spinoff? An acquisition of a company occurs when all or part of a company is purchased by another company. At other times, the shareholders of a target company sell their shares to a buyer A merger is a form of an acquisition that is structured by combining the target company with the acquirer (or its acquisition subsidiary) into one legal entity. A divestiture can be any among a broad range of transactions that result in a portion of a company, such as a subsidiary, a division, or a line of business, being sold to another party. A spinoff is a type of divestiture in which the divested unit becomes an independent company instead of being sold to a third party.

8. NSConclave 2020 Different sources to search subsidiary Subsidiary search search

9. NSConclave 2020 Subsidiary search • Google search for the parent company, followed by “subsidiaries” (example: Salesforce subsidiaries). If the company is well-known, Google provides an interface allowing you to easily see a list of subsidiaries across the top, and as you click on each one your search results below will change, helping you find the domain for the company, if it exists. Different sources to search subsidiary

10. NSConclave 2020 • It is an American business research company that provides information on companies and industries through their primary product platform named "Hoover's" & Research company relationships across locations and ownership. Different sources to search subsidiary

11. NSConclave 2020 The U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) Form 10-K is used for annual reports. 10-k filing for public companies can be used to provide primary evidence of subsidiary ownership, or find subsidiaries. where we need to verify it hasn’t been since sold. Different sources to search subsidiary

12. NSConclave 2020 • Crunchbase is a platform for finding business information about private and public companies. • Crunchbase information includes investments and funding information, founding members and individuals in leadership positions, mergers and acquisitions, news, and industry trends Different sources to search subsidiary

13. NSConclave 2020 • Parent Logo & ownership underneath logo • Copyright • Aboutus page • Company Page • Media press release How to effectively identify subsidiary company • History Page • Privacy Policy • Inurl

14. NSConclave 2020 Effective way to identify subsidiary company 1. Parent Logo & ownership underneath logo Parent company Subsidiary Company 2. Copyright Parent company Subsidiary Company

15. NSConclave 2020 Effective way to identify subsidiary company 3. About Us Page 4. Company Page Wholly Owned subsid

16. NSConclave 2020 5. Media Press Release 6. History Page Effective way to identify subsidiary company

17. NSConclave 2020 7. Inurl: 8. Privacy Policy Effective way to identify subsidiary company

18. NSConclave 2020 Conclusion

19. NSConclave 2020 Conclusion

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