The National Stock Exchange on December 5 launched Nifty Bharat Bond Index series, which will track a portfolio of AAA-rated bonds issued by government entities. The first two indices in the series are for April 2023 and April 2030.On Wednesday, the Cabinet approved the launch of exchange-traded fund (ETF) for bonds to create an additional source of funding for central public sector companies and state-owned financial institutions.The new fund offer (NFO) of the ETF is expected be launched during December itself.Close Each such index would capture performance of portfolio of public sector bonds with 'AAA' rating and maturing in a specific year, the bourse said in a release. related news Analysts see RBI pausing for long as inflation worries return CBDT floats draft notification with regard to renumeration of fund managers Canada Pension Plan Investment Board to invest up to $600 mn in India through NIIF The indices have a base date of November 29, 2019, and a base value of … [Read more...] about NSE launches Nifty Bharat Bond Index series
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No matter how desperate you are for a job, or how annoyed you may be at your current gig, there are some companies you’re better off not working for. Even if the money is good, the role seems irresistible, and even your friends say it’s worth a shot, accepting a role at a crappy company can set your career back and even jeopardize your future success. advertisement advertisement So how do you know which companies to steer clear of? Here at Glassdoor, we don’t like to point fingers because all companies have the tools to change. Nevertheless, here are 7 types of companies that might as well have “Do not apply” flashing on a neon sign in the window. 1. The high turnover outfit Red flags: Key roles pop up consistently on a company’s job site. How bad is it: A company should not be on the hunt for the same important roles in management or leadership every six months, and if they are that means that they have fallen into a hire-and-fire cycle. … [Read more...] about These are the 7 types of companies that you should stay away from
When I finally got up the nerve to ask for my first raise after nearly two years on the job in the media industry, I knew that being at a larger company meant that getting a raise would require running my request up the corporate ladder. But after more than six months after making my initial ask, I hadn’t received an update. In the meantime, multiple colleagues had been given raises because they brought in outside offers that my organization then matched. advertisement advertisement My supervisor confirmed that the company culture had evolved to where employees could usually only get a pay bump after coming forward with another job offer. I explained I didn’t want to exit; I just wanted to be compensated for the increased responsibilities I had taken on. Another senior-level colleague advised I look for a job I had no intention of taking just to make our organization budge. So, feeling undervalued and discouraged, I reluctantly started applying for … [Read more...] about How to deal with the problem of needing another offer to get a raise
In an ideal world, we’d all be compensated fairly for our work and receive raises when we do well in our jobs without having to ask. Unfortunately, the real world doesn’t quite work like that. More often than not, we have to ask for the raise, make a case for why we deserve it, and do it in a way that makes sense to the company we’re working for. Those that don’t ask, often don’t get. advertisement advertisement So if you’re looking to negotiate a salary bump this year, do yourself a favor and stay away from making these five common mistakes that negotiation experts say they see over and over again. Related: The One Word That Can Transform Your Negotiating Skills 1. Not Doing Their Research Ask any negotiation expert the key to a successful negotiation, and almost all will say research and preparation, no matter the context for negotiation. Nancy Ancowitz, presentation and career coach and author of Self-Promotion for … [Read more...] about 5 Mistakes To Avoid When Asking For A Raise
SBI Capital Markets is said to have shortlisted four prospective bidders for the stake sale in Jet Airways as a part of the debt resolution process. These include TPG Capital, Indigo Partners, Etihad Airways and NIIF. The qualified bidders are expected to submit their binding bids latest by May 10. It is a crucial process for Jet Airways that is battling a number of issues on multiple fronts to stay operational.Here's a quick look at the bidders that are hoping to revive the troubled airline:TPG CapitalThe 27-year-old US-based private equity firm has investments in a wide range of sectors from industrials and financial services to healthcare, technology and real estate. Interestingly, it's first ever major investment was in then-bankrupt Continental Airlines in 1993. The Texas-headquartered airline, in 2013, merged into United Airlines. In 1994, the PE firm created an Asia-dedicated fund-TPG Capital Asia, which is now being led by Puneet Bhatia in India. The firm marked its presence in … [Read more...] about Jet Airways stake sale: Who are the bidders?