Modi Rubber vs. Financial Institutions

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Case Code : FINC015 For delivery in electronic format: Rs. 200;
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EVA Financial concepts
Case Length : 9 Pages
Period : 1989 - 2001
Pub. Date : 2002
Teaching Note : Available
Organization : Modi Rubber UT
Industry : Automobile & Automotive, Financial Services
Countries : India


The case provides a detailed insight into the events during a decade-long dispute between Modi Rubber (Modi) and its lender/owners financial institutions (FI).

It examines the FI's threat to sell their stake in Modi in the open market, which led to a major debate regarding the role of FIs in the companies in which they had an equity stake.


Role of FIs in the management of companies, dual role of F Is as owners and lenders, Corporate Governance


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The Power Struggle 1
Background Note 2
The Modi Rubber Story 2
The Open Offer 4
Companies & FIs - The Issue Of Corporate Governance 5
What Lies Ahead? 7
Exhibits 8


Insight, decade-long, Modi Rubber, Modi, lender/owners, financial institutions, FI, Modi, open market, equity stake

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