What Are The Benefits Johnson Controls Will Attain From The Tyco Merger?

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Johnson Controls
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Under the terms of the JCI-Tyco merger agreement, Johnson Controls’ shareholders will hold a 56% equity stake in the combined company, and will receive a cash consideration of ~$3.9 billion, with Tyco owning approximately 44% of the equity. The combination of highly complementary businesses facilitates the new company to offer comprehensive and innovative solutions to a wider market globally, across numerous end markets. The main purpose of the merger seems to be gaining size in its area of focus, which is becoming a colossus in the building controls and equipment market. The new company will be able to witness immediate opportunities for growth, through cross-selling of products, complementary distribution networks, and a widened global reach.

Benefits To Be Received From The JCI-Tyco Merger:

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Key Elements of The Merged Company’s Cost Synergy & Productivity Plans:

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