What a dream run it has been for the Indian equity market in 2017 - and who would have thought. If we rewind back and talk about all the gloom and doom that were surrounding us back in December of 2016; demonetisation and impending huge indirect tax reform. Well, the Indian market has come a long way and come on top.
Expect a 5-8 percent gold loan book growth in second half of FY18, said VP Nandakumar, MD & CEO, Manappuram General Finance
Edelweiss is bullish on Equitas and it is their top pick in the sector. In an interview with CNBC-TV18, PN Vasudevan, MD & CEO of Equitas Small Finance Bank shared his views and readings about the same as well as about commercial vehicle financing market.
Edelweiss Financial Services posted a strong topline growth that boosted the earnings for the company. In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Rashesh Shah, Chairman & CEO discussed the company’s Q2 performance and also shared his views on the news of Bharat Forge looking to bid for Amtek Auto.
Infosys today offered to buyback equity shares not exceeding Rs 13,000 crore at a price of Rs 1,150 per share.
Market looks very good from a 5-10 year perspective, said Vikram Kotak of Crest Capital and Investment.
The earlier avatar of wholesale financiers is DFIs - development finance institutions like IDBI, the old ICICI and IFCI. They failed and the first two got merged into their retail banks. But now with bank financing of infrastructure misfiring, is there a need to rethink the idea of DFIs
The CEO of Edelweiss Group Rashesh Shah, says the banking sector in India is not saturated. There is still a requirement for more large and small banks in the sector. He also feels there is an urgent need for banks to consolidate.
In addition to Bharat Financial's Non-executive Chairman, Digant Haria of Antique Broking also spoke and he said the size of the company will matter when an NBFC wants to become a bank.
Rashesh Shah, Chairman and CEO of Edelweiss Group, outlined big plans for the group as a whole. The financial services conglomerate will be focussing on adding more branches and look to rope in new clients this fiscal year, he said.
Rashesh Shah, Chairman & CEO,Edelweiss Financial Services says the upcoming RBI monetary policy would be the key trigger for the market.
Rashesh Shah, chairman and CEO of Edelweiss Financial Services feels that the company could post a 40 percent growth year-on-year (YoY) due to a diversification in their business.
Rashesh Shah, Chairman & CEO, Edelweiss Capital tells CNBC-TV18 that brokerage margins have eroded over the quarters with the commission pool size scaling down