In the early 1990s, when the economy was grappling with macroeconomic issues like the fiscal and balance of payments crisis, a stock market scam came into light in 1992. This gave reasons to address problems in the Indian capital markets. Until then, much of the stock market activity was done by the Bombay Stock Exchange, which was seen as a broker’s club. The idea of a professional stock exchange was conceived the same year and took shape over the next two years. Then Finance Minister Manmohan Singh made several proposals related to capital markets in his 1993-94 Union Budget speech. Consequently, the National Stock Exchange (NSE) emerged as the poster child of India’s economic reforms. … [Read more...] about NSE Case | The Indian financial sector story is unravelling
The company is hopeful that contribution of the new products, scaling up of gas trading (gas trading exchange) and few other initiatives like entry into overseas markets should help in maintaining a reasonable growth even in current environment disrupted by COVID-19. Valuation of the company also looks reasonable in the light of compelling business model, sector opportunity and return ratios. … [Read more...] about Ideas For Profit | Indian Energy Exchange: Earnings visibility remains strong
"According to executives, Sikka's product mindset did not work for the company and eventually led to his departure. Then came Parekh’s appointment at a time the company was looking for an executive who would bring in stability," said Pareekh Jain, founder, Pareekh Consulting. … [Read more...] about Wipro’s new CEO: Can foreign executives succeed in Indian IT firms?
Certainly, Indian businesses will have to navigate in the post COVID-19 world with caution and develop effective plans to ensure productivity keeping in mind employee safety and well-being. They will have to re-strategize operations, build digital capabilities and establish data culture to stabilize, re-open, engage, and grow. … [Read more...] about Ravi Shankar Prasad, top experts to share insights into future of Indian Industry. Watch Now
‘I think it is really important to believe in oneself and know that in life the only limits that matter is the ones that we put on ourselves’, says Founder and CEO Anuradha Gupta, CEO of Vows for Eternity who brings not only years of matchmaking experience but also a global perspective whilst being strongly rooted in her Indian values. Years ago, she started Vows for Eternity which is a boutique matrimonial service based on her own experience of looking for a life partner and to make a difference in the lives of someone by connecting them to ‘the one’. She is an empowered American Indian as well a strong believer in being rooted to family traditions and values. Her work follows her personality along with an innate ability to connect with people and infuse her positive approach to living life. … [Read more...] about A match made in heaven: How Vows for Eternity is redefining confidential matchmaking for global Indians