The executive summary explains briefly about the systematic study done for the organisation. It briefs about the performance of economy, industry and company where this composition helps to have a quick insight into covering all the topics under this study. 1st segment explains about the economy analysis of the country, it explains the macro environmental factors which affect the stock market 2ndsegment will be the industry profile; it describes the history of stock brokerage industry. 3rd the company profile brief about the organisation.
Analysis and interpretation of the data contains relevant charts and tables, which are used in order to analyse the collected data and interpret them. It highlights the economy of India and industries. In industries it details with two industries namely automobile and IT sector. The conclusion and suggestion at the end which is drawn after analysing the economy, industries and the company provides the proper guidelines for investors to plan their investments.
The Indian financial services industry (FSI) is expected to spend Rs 37,700 crore on IT products and services in 2012, an increase of 17.4 per cent over 2011, according to research firm Gartner. The IT spending by the Indian FSI, which includes spending by insurers on internal IT (including personnel), hardware, software, external IT services and telecommunications, stood at Rs 32,100 crore in 2011, Gartner said in a statement. "The real spend drivers will be the Indian retail bankers, although all financial services sectors including insurance and securities are increasing IT spend as they build out their infrastructures," Gartner Principal Research Analyst Derry Finkeldey said. Telecommunications equipment and services would represent the biggest spending category and is forecast to reach Rs 13,100 crore in 2012, up from Rs 11,300 crore in 2011. "Mobile is really top of mind for CIOs currently, and enterprise spend on devices is increasing and expected to grow by nearly 50 per cent in 2012. There is also a corresponding growth in mobile network services, of nearly 30 per cent," Finkeldey said. This focus on mobility is a global trend, but particularly pertinent to Indian FSIs as they are all focused on leveraging the high mobile penetration to bring banking services to a wider audience, Finkeldey added. However, spending on software is expected to grow the fastest in 2012, with revenue totalling Rs 3,400 crore in 2012, up 28 per cent from 2011 revenue of nearly Rs 2,700 crore. This is being driven by a very high growth in enterprise software applications such as financial and administration packages, and customer relationship management, Gartner said.
A large, untapped domestic market, with a huge growth potential
Presence of financial and capital market mechanisms
A large and continuously growing intellectual capital
Healthy rate of economic growth
The Indian equity markets are among the most deep and active markets across the globe. The country's market capitalisation (cap)-to-GDP ratio, an indicator of the total listed wealth of a country as a percentage of its GDP, reached a record level of 132.47 per cent in financial year 2010-11 from 23.28 per cent in 2002-03, according to a report by SMC Global Securities. The country's market capitalisation as a proportion of the world market cap was 2.8 per cent as on June 28, 2011. Private Equity (PE Investments) in India
India offers a lucrative proposition to PE practitioners on the back of its young population, large domestic market, presence of structured financial and capital market mechanisms, a large and growing number of intellectuals, and healthy rate of economic growth.
CONTRIBUTION TO GDP
The growth of financial sector in India at present is nearly 8.5% per year. The rise in the growth rate suggests the growth of the economy. The financial policies and...
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