Potfolio Organizer

June'19


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  • Portfolio Organizer is a unique magazine in the area of investment and portfolio management.
  • Contents include contemporary articles, market indicators, equity research, bond research, corporate reports, technical analysis, and case studies on mutual funds and portfolio management.
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Contents : (June' 2019)

Personal Finance
Making Sense of Mutual Fund Factsheets: Part I-Equity

Manohar V Dansingani
Corporate Trainer and Keynote Speaker. E-mail: mdansingani@gmail.com

Most investors in mutual funds pay little or no attention to an extremely important document-the factsheet. This mandatory disclosure is key to understanding how the schemes have performed, the risk taken on to deliver the performance, the performance vis-a-vis a benchmark, whether the fund manager has outperformed, and last but not least, the portfolio of securities and a disclosure on the historical returns.


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Debt Market
Yield Determinants of SDLs in India: A State-Wise Analysis


Debashis Padhi
Economist, State Bank of India, Corporate Centre, Mumbai 400021, India. E-mail: debashis.padhi@sbi.co.in

Tapas Kumar Parida
Economist, State Bank of India, Corporate Centre, Mumbai 400021, India. E-mail: tapasmfc@gmail.com

Though State Development Loans (SDLs) are backed by government guarantee, the cost of borrowing (yield) varies from state to state. This study tries to find out the determinants of the cost of borrowing of the states and whether the recent farm loan waiver by some states has any bearing on the SDL yield.

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BFSI
Asset Reconstruction Companies: The SOS for Sinking Business Ships

Biplab Halder
Pro-Vice Chancellor, ICFAI University Tripura, Agartala, Tripura, India. E-mail: halderb@icfaiuniversity.in

Akinchan Buddhodev Sinha
Assistant Director, The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. E-mail: akinchanbsinha@gmail.com


The article delves deep into the Asset Reconstruction Company (ARC) scenario in India, including the onset of ARCs in India; handling of stressed assets of banks and financial institutions; performance of ARCs in terms of their key financial variables; security receipts issued by ARCs; and the impact of Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code on ARCs' business.


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Case Study
EIC Framework: Two-Wheeler Industry Analysis

Manish Agarwal
Faculty Associate, Case Research Center, IBS Hyderabad (Under IFHE-A Deemed to be University u/s 3 of the UGC Act, 1956), Hyderabad, Telangana, India. E-mail: manish@icmrindia.org

D Satish
Professor, IBS Hyderabad (Under IFHE-A Deemed to be University u/s 3 of the UGC Act, 1956), Hyderabad, Telangana, India. E-mail: satishd@ibsindia.org

The Indian two-wheeler industry is a very dynamic and competitive industry. It was once dominated by local players collaborating with their foreign counterparts. But the last couple of years have seen the foreign players rule the industry. The transformation has shaken the once industry majors like Bajaj and TVS. Innovation, the ability to launch new models, and pricing are some of the major factors affecting the industry. The case study will help the participants discuss the dynamics of the Indian two-wheeler industry while doing the industry analysis. It will also help them discuss the big question on the rate of long-term growth and what immediate challenges the industry will have to address to achieve the set growth rates.


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