Indiabulls Housing said it plans to conclude a few other transactions on the partial stake sale in OakNorth Bank over the next few days. The divestments in OakNorth Bank will result in boosting CRAR and shall free up capital to grow the loan book of the company, it said. … [Read more...] about Indiabulls Housing sells part stake in OakNorth for Rs 440 crore
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Some have called Copa90 the Vice Media of soccer, given its foundation in videos hosted by footie-centric hipsters in a high-energy, entertaining, and engaging style. But there are other parallels. Like Vice News in 2014, last year the company benefited from a U.K. ad campaign by YouTube, and parent Bigballs Media also attracted Series A funding that gave Liberty Global and VC fund E.ventures a combined 14% stake, which valued the company at about $77 million. Copa90 is also working closely with brands such as Nissan, Turkish Airlines, Adidas, and others on content to reach its young, soccer-obsessed audience, in much the same way Vice’s in-house agency Virtue helps major brands speak to its audience. The company also acquired American online soccer upstart KickTV (now just called Kick) to produce content with a more North American angle. … [Read more...] about How Copa90 Is Using Snapchat, WhatsApp, And More To Be A Next-Gen Sports Media Brand
Moneycontrol’s takeYou could just as well plan for your child’s future through an existing and even an open-ended fund that comes with a track record.SBI’s fund will now have two variants – equity and debt-oriented – just like most other children-focused mutual fund schemes. It also aims to benefit from investing across asset classes; a strategy that has proved beneficial in recent times. Of course, the scheme is meant for a child’s financial planning and comes with a five year lock-in. Investors can give the new scheme a miss. Instead, the fund house’s other existing open-ended schemes may help reach your financial goals. … [Read more...] about SBI Magnum Children’s Benefit Fund (Investment Plan) NFO: Should you invest?
There is also the threat of more tax and regulation in major markets, which could emerge as authorities seek new revenue to pay for the effect of coronavirus on their economies. The basis of the favorable market conditions is also open to question, as there is concern that the current strength of the stock markets isn’t based on strong economic fundamentals and is a bubble that’s waiting to burst. … [Read more...] about How Airbnb got its IPO plans back on track
64 percent of consumers are fearful of their own health 82 percent are fearful of the health of others 64 percent are worried about the impact on their personal job security 88 percent are worried about the impact on the economy People are thinking, feeling, and making decisions differently. Added together, Gen N represents a connected consumer, by choice or by default, whose decisions are now also driven by the stressors, feelings, and consequences of a global pandemic. … [Read more...] about How COVID-19 created a new kind of consumer in just 90 days