A Prime Database study which was reported in the media shows that Rs 21.9 lakh crore was borrowed by non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) through commercial papers (CPs) to fund NIIs. To put it differently, Rs 1.21 crore was funded by NBFC to NIIs for every Rs 1 lakh of allotment. As a result, most of the decent issues are getting between 200-300 times oversubscription in the NII segment.
The rally over the last few years in the mid and small-cap companies is partly because of the increased flow in PMS schemes
The ASK Emerging Opportunities Fund, a close-ended Category-III long-only AIF is a flexicap portfolio with a midcap bias and will be investing in listed Indian equities
Handa said nearly 30 countries offer citizenship- and residence-by-investment programs. Of these, the Portugal, Thailand, Australia and Greece residence programs received the maximum applications from Indians living in India in 2020-21.
Traders are standing at the doors, waiting to exit at the first sign of trouble.
We see some pockets of opportunities in certain sectors like financials, healthcare, FMCG, etc. which may outperform broader markets, said Rao.
Firms such as Sapient Wealth Advisors and Mitraz Financial offer clients the option of investing in start-up ventures. The returns may be quite good, but there is also the risk of losing your capital
Many HNIs have their own proprietary strategies backed by years of research and some even have well-equipped development teams working on automation of these strategies.
Wherever possible UHNIs should look at import substitution and ensure raw materials are sourced from within the country, from SMSE’s which will, in turn, help them sustain.
Since dividends will now be taxable in the investor’s hands, investors in portfolio management schemes may feel the heat. What should they do?
The budget fell short in providing impactful stimulus to kick-start the economy
HNIs in Gulf, besides local and foreign institutional investors, invested in the fund.Investcorp entered India earlier this year, when it acquired the PE, realty unit of IDFC
Investment funds make up almost one-third of the total assets held by the super wealthy and 84 percent hold at least some of their fortune in these funds.
International companies such as Quintessentially Lifestyle, Les Concierge and One Concierge have all started operations in India to tap into the growing demand in this part of the world
Mumbai ranks 47th on the ‘city wealth index’ among 314 global cities. Only 23 per cent wealthy Indians are interested to invest in property in India compared to 43 per cent globally.
A survey by Track2Realty in 2014, among NRIs, HNIs and other wealthy and influential investors, found that Singapore, Malaysia, New York, Sydney, UK (London) and the Middle East (Dubai), were the preferred destinations for R
Speaking to CNBC-TV18 Madhu Kela, Chief Investment Strategist, Reliance Capital said that pain from demonetisation is coming down. Queues are coming down in banks, he said, adding that he sees the situation getting stabilised by January end.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, SP Tulsian of sptulsian.com spoke about his reading of the market and his outlook on specific stocks and sectors.
The uber rich of India are the target audience for this segment of housing. The developers have to ensure the best to keep the customers happy.
The changing landscapes of the urban India are being matched by premium homes that flaunt Mediterranean interiors or Italian architecture.
Epic Foundation is a bridge that connects donors with charity organisations and its founder entrepreneur and philanthropist Alexander Mars goes about doing it through his app.
In an interview with CNBC-TV18, SP Tulsian, sptulsian.com, shares his views on the microfinance space and sugar stocks.
Of this, the retail count was 4.37 crore, which is an increase of 13 percent or 50.69 lakh folios, a Crisil-Amfi release said here today. The industry added 14.09 lakh (up 3.17 percent) folios in the December quarter sequentially, or over the September quarter.
According to Sebi data, total value of P-Notes investment in Indian markets (equity, debt and derivatives) declined to Rs 2,35,534 crore at the end of December from Rs 2,54,600 crore in the previous month.
That's the view of Ajay Srivastava, CEO of Dimensions Consulting, who says a "great HNI unwinding" in the stock market is under way.