The JSE/BESA Merger: Navigating the Integration Minefield

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CASE STUDY. A few days before the JSE Limited (JSE) and the Bond Exchange of South Africa Limited (BESA) merged on 22 June 2009, Nicky Newton-King, deputy CEO of the JSE, –who had been tasked with leading the integration of the two organisations – reviewed what she had done so far and the plans she had put in place to ensure a smooth integration.

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The JSE/BESA Merger: Navigating the Integration Minefield: Abstract

The JSE/BESA Merger: Navigating the Integration Minefield is a case study by Wendy Ngoma and Amanda Bowen.

A few days before the JSE Limited (JSE) and the Bond Exchange of South Africa Limited (BESA) merged on 22 June 2009, Nicky Newton-King, deputy CEO of the JSE, –who had been tasked with leading the integration of the two organisations – reviewed what she had done so far and the plans she had put in place to ensure a smooth integration. A great deal of time and work had been invested in planning and organising the merger, and she did not want a misstep in the integration process to derail the entire merger. She wondered if she had done enough to ensure a smooth integration.

Epilogue

On 22 June 2009, the JSE Limited (JSE) and the Bond Exchange of South Africa Limited (BESA) merged. Nicky Newton-King, deputy CEO of the JSE, had been tasked with leading the integration of the two organisations. She knew that a speedy and smooth transition was vital for the staff and stakeholders of both organisations, and had set about trying to ensure this. By the end of October 2009, the integration was well under way and BESA staff were settling in, although the process was still ongoing.

Multi-part case

  • Part A
  • Part B: Epilogue (only available with a Teaching license purchase)

Teaching objectives

The purpose of this case is to enable learning about successful post-merger integration of different business entities. Epilogue: This is the epilogue to the Part A case with the same name. It explains what Nicky Newtono-King did to ensure successful integration of the two businesses. It should be used in conjunction with Part A, but handed out separately.

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