The case deals with U.S. Financial Services Company (USFSC) and its CEO, John P. Lewis, and their consideration of whether the company should be opened in India. USFSC would either with a local partner financial service companies or invest in a new start-up bank branch or a representative office in India. While Mr. Lewis is the implementation of this analysis in 2012, the case extend the period 2005-2012 into the background and evaluate the economic developments and policies … Read more »

The case deals with U.S. Financial Services Company (USFSC) and its CEO, John P. Lewis, and their consideration of whether the company should be opened in India. USFSC would either with a local partner financial service companies or invest in a new start-up bank branch or a representative office in India. While Mr. Lewis is the implementation of this analysis in 2012, the case extend the period 2005-2012 into the background and the economic developments and policies of the Indian government taken to check recover from the global financial crisis 2007-2009 . The case requires a performance analysis of financial options USFSC expansion in India and / or the case requires an assessment of the economic and political risks of investing in India and how to mitigate these risks
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F. John Mathis,
Frank Tuzzolino
Source: Thunderbird School of Global Management
13 pages.
Release Date: 29 November 2012. Prod #: TB0311-PDF-ENG
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