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Overview

Our mission is to enhance our customers' businesses through the incorporation of our services in India. Furthermore, we provide consulting and advising services in various types of businesses and industries for prospective entities setting business in India. Our multicultural and multilingual staff is composed of all experienced and qualified professionals.
We have an integrated service philosophy which allows us to provide the best service by selecting the exact expertise needed for each project from our experienced staff. Thus, we can deliver the best service possible. Our integrated service philosophy allows us to provide the best service for our client by selecting the exact expertise needed for each project, whether it is all-in-one or periodical consulting services for any business needs in India. Throughout the wide range of services we provide, our commitment to our clients is absolute, and we focus on providing additional value to every engagement. It is our ultimate goal and wishes that our clients become successful in India, and contribute to society in an effective way through our support. we at Future Way are a professionally managed placement consultancy firm with network across India. We have built enduring relationship with our clients across India.

We are specialize in catering to the Information Technology recruitments of organizations in a variety of fields including

  • H.R services
  • Manufacturing
  • Marketing
  • Telecom
  • Finance
  • BPO

Human Resources Management

At Future Way Placement consultancy our philosophy is that the growth of employees is the corporate growth. In offering human resources management, we provide not just advice, but constant support to be put into practice daily. At Future Way Placement consultancy we believe that a proper employment agreement, in accordance with the culture and regulations of a company, is significant to minimize future conflicts between employers and employees. If both parties are considered fairly, the mutual agreement between employers and employees leads to satisfaction on both sides, consequently strengthening the organizational capacity of the company. It is therefore an integral part of our philosophy to strive to provide excellent human resources management services to our customers in India.

Outsourcing Services

Permanent Employment

Future Way Placement consultancy with its independent human resources department, constantly aims to be the best at satisfactorily matching employers and employees for its customers' outsourcing needs in India. We believe that the success of a company is always linked to the quality of its human resources. Future Way Placement consultancy’s employees are experienced with such human resources challenges, and can thus provide insightful analysis and advice to its customers. In addition to these challenges, cultural natural differences can often hinder the human resources qualities of a company. Future Way Placement consultancy is fully equipped to proactively handle such issues. This ability has been extremely useful to our customers when starting - or planning to start - their business abroad, as it allows us to provide them with high-quality outsourcing services in India.

Temporary Employment

The majority of Indian Consulting Group's staff, whether temporary or permanent, is highly experienced in at least accounting, taxation, or labor, in different types of industries. Moreover, all members of staff are trained as management leaders, with a strong emphasis on quantity of work and lacking quality of outcomes. Future Way Placement consultancy outsources employees regardless of industries. Our outsourcing services are quality-based. Hence, both employees' and employers' needs are met with the highest levels of satisfaction that eventually leads to value creation.
Thus, our employees are equipped with the appropriate knowledge and specialized experience that is necessary when offering outsourcing services in India. But most importantly, Future Way Placement consultancy is comprised of consultants who share, respect, and dedicate themselves to clients' views and objectives, thus assuring a constantly high-quality service.

Mergers & Acquisitions

Overview of Mergers & Acquisitions in India

Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) refers to the process of one business purchasing another business and blending the two together. Merging and acquiring a business is also known as a "take over". Mergers and acquisitions and corporate restructuring represent an important aspect of the corporate finance world. Every day, specialized firms and investment bankers around the world arrange M&A transactions, which bring separate companies together to form larger ones. When they're not creating big companies from smaller ones, corporate finance deals do the reverse and break up companies through spin-offs, carve-outs or tracking stocks. Deals can be worth hundreds of millions, or even at times billions of dollars. They can dictate the fortunes of the companies involved for years to come. For a CEO, leading an M&A operation can represent the highlight of a whole career.
At Future Way Placement consultancy the resources and knowledge that our team has acquired through their experience and network execute the required actions to achieve successful Mergers & Acquisitions.

Description

Mergers and acquisitions have a profitable side that can create potentially enormous profits for a company, and expose the business to a myriad of financial resources. For a company that is on the verge of bankruptcy or in some kind of financial trouble, merging with another company may become the only way to not only save the company, but also to free up some much needed cash and credit. Acquiring a business for the purpose of creating a conglomerate or a quick sale and turning a profit is part of the allure of mergers and acquisitions. The organization thoroughly investigates the business dealings between the parties involved in either the merger or business acquisition. The proper documentation must be presented as well as the reason for the merger or business purchase. Stakeholders' concerns must be addressed because once the deal is finalized, all company debt and stakeholders' issues are inherited by the new ownership. Employees of the company being merged must be fairly compensated, or offered a position within the blended company, re-trained, or referred to another company.
On the other hand, there are certain challenges faced by M&A operators. For instance, in certain countries, regulations prohibit the purchase of land or any type of property or business, making it impossible for M&A to develop. Finally, mergers and acquisitions trends are cyclical, and with banks and other lending institutions refusing to extend credit or make loans, the merging of businesses can slow down dramatically.

Process

Going through an M&A deal can be an intimidating process (for both the mergers and acquisitions teams), but thankfully, this process follows consistent steps. Here's the step-by-step process that nearly every M&A deal follows:

  • Compile a target list
    A list of suitable sellers or buyers is a must-have for a transaction to take place.
  • Contact the targets
    Making a phone call and discussing the target's interest is important. Such discussions allow prospectors to gauge the target's interest level, and whether proceeding makes sense. Knowing how to make a pitch is an art, and being a buyer is actually far more difficult than being a seller.
  • Send/receive a teaser
    The teaser (sometimes called an executive summary) is the document the seller sends the buyer to give him or her just enough information (product, customers, problem the company addresses, and some high-level financial details) to make the buyer want to learn more. The teaser is usually anonymous; that is, the buyer doesn't know which specific company is sending the document.
  • Sign a confidentiality agreement
    Both sides agree to keep discussions and materials related to the deal confidential.
  • Send/review the Confidential Information Memorandum (CIM)
    The CIM (or deal book) is the seller's bible, as it provides all the information (including company history, product descriptions, financial characteristics, etc.) the buyer needs in order to determine whether it is possible for him or her to make an offer.
  • Submit/solicit an Indication of Interest (IOI)
    The buyer expresses interest in entering a deal by submitting this simple written offer, most often with a valuation range rather than a specific price.
  • Conduct management meetings
    Buyer and Seller get a chance to meet face to face. Through these meetings, the provides the potential buyer with updates related to the business, as well as guidance for future performance. Additionally, both sides gauge their mutual compatibility.
  • Ask for or submit a Letter of Intent (LOI)
    Based on the material in the CIM and on the updates from the management meetings, the buyer submits this detailed offer with a firm price.
  • Conduct due diligence
    In the due diligence phase, the buyer closely examines the seller's books and records to confirm everything claimed by the seller.
  • Write the purchase agreement
    Both parties materialize the deal in a legally binding contract.
  • Close the deal
    Both sides sign all required paperwork, the buyer gives the seller the money, and the seller gives him or her the company in return.
  • Handle any post-closing adjustments and integration
    Closing isn't the end of the deal. Both the buyer and seller usually have some post-closing financial adjustments, and the buyer has to integrate the acquired company into the parent company or make sure it can continue to operate as a standalone business.