- Just like the first tranche of December 2019, the second tranche will be offered in two variants: a 10-year ETF that will mature in April 2031 (Bharat Bond ETF April 2031) and a five-year product that will mature in April 2025 (Bharat Bond ETF April 2025). The two maturities will help meet the interests of both short-term and long-term investors. … [Read more...] about Bharat Bond ETF: Subscription for second tranche opens July 14; all your questions answered
Algebra 2 test answer key
The tracking error is a key element to keep tabs on. How quickly the Bharat Bond ETF deploys its inflows after the NFO will ascertain the scheme’s tracking error. The fund house had to suffer a bit of delay in the first tranche. As the NFO at the time closed towards the end of 2019, some underlying companies chose to wait for the new year to get clarity on their borrowing requirements. The revision in stamp duty that took place early January 2020 was another speed-breaker; some state-owned companies waited further to get clarity. As per NSE’s website, the yield-to-maturity (YTM) of the Nifty BHARAT Bond Index – April 2030 was 6.75 percent as on July 2. Bharat Bond ETF-April 2030’s YTM was 6.69 percent. The shorter this gap, the better it is for the ETF. … [Read more...] about Bharat Bond ETF-Series II: A Safe option, but should you invest?
The process is slow by design. The city suggests dedicating 20 weeks for the entire process, from organizing neighbors, surveying them for ideas, developing a plan, and submitting it for approval to eight or nine different city agencies. The city doesn’t make the organizers collect signatures or meet any hard threshold of participation, but instead requires that they have a conversation with every household on the street. The goal is to gather ideas and increase involvement, but also to document any problems people might have with the street closure—mostly concerning parking—in order to identify solutions. “That’s a big job, but in the end it’s important because every resident is involved,” Geutjens says. … [Read more...] about “It’s an incredible experiment”: Banning cars in cities stirs controversy—and has mixed results
A trip to a faraway wet market is the centrepiece of this incisive work. The characters try to bridge differences of personality and background, only to find that the time is not yet right. Known for its famous scene in which a woman is accosted by an echo in the marketplace, while the others wonder whether it is merely the sound of bats’ wings. Forster was also to write a novel on the trials of working from home, Zoom with A View. … [Read more...] about Novel coronavirus novels that have remained unwritten
Chander SawhneyThe new age companies are keen to keep the best employees who bring in their know-how, and technical expertise that adds to the business value of a company. In order to keep them motivated and involved, companies are going an extra mile to reward them by giving them ESOPs / Sweat Equity. It’s a win-win situation and also helps company to limit its fixed cost. The employees feel like entrepreneurs and gets rewarded multiple times once the company scales up and its valuation increases. This mechanism of issuing ESOP / Sweat Equity Shares involve sharing the ownership of the company with the employees at a discounted value to the Fair Value of Shares. It may be noted that only a company which has commenced its business for minimum one year can issue sweat equity shares. As per the provisions of the Company Law and Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) Guidelines, ESOP’s cannot be issued to promoters, independent directors and any director holding 10 … [Read more...] about Sweat equity shares a way to reward your employees