post-acquisition profits

post-acquisition profits

the profits made by a company after the date of its acquisition or TAKEOVER by the HOLDING COMPANY. Such post-acquisition profits belong to the new shareholders of the company See PREACQUISITION PROFITS,
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The post-acquisition profits of a subsidiary are consolidated fully in the CIS and are then split between the parent and the NCIs.
Let's tackle sample question two (see panel, opposite page) to demonstrate how to deal with post-acquisition profits.
The increase of 30m [pounds sterling] over the year represents the NCIs' 20 per cent slice of Satsuma's post-acquisition profits, which are represented by the increase in net assets of 350m [pounds sterling] -200m [pounds sterling] = 150m [pounds sterling].