Workers can now generate Universal Account Number (UAN) from EPFO portal directly
Mukesh Ambani raises stake in Reliance Industries by 2.71% to 48.87%
Government scraps 5 pc import duty on open cell TV panel
Petrol, diesel prices witness steepest hike since July 5
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Sensex, Nifty clock fresh closing highs on fund inflows
Mumbai: Continuing their record-setting spree for a third day in a row, domestic equity benchmarks Sensex and Nifty Tuesday hit fresh closing highs on sustained foreign fund inflows coupled with positive domestic cues.
After swinging over 300 points in a highly volatile session, the 30-share index ended 66.44 points, or 0.17 pc, higher at 39,749.73 — its all-time closing high. The gauge hit an intra-day high of 39,828.65 and a low of 39,498.65. Likewise, the broader NSE Nifty inched 4 points, or 0.03 pc, higher to 11,928.75 — another closing peak for the index.
India can attract 1.5-2 pc FDI to GDP ratio: Nomura
New Delhi: India can attract FDI to a ratio of 1.5 pc to 2 pc of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by further improving on ease of doing business and building infrastructure, Japanese financial services major Nomura said Tuesday.
The group’s Chief India Economist Sonal Varma said the country is in favourable position to attract foreign firms planning to relocate their manufacturing bases due to trade tension between the US and China.
“We can easily see a ratio of FDI to GDP at 1.5 er cent to 2 pc,” Sonal Varma, Chief India Economist at Nomura, said on Tuesday. India gets between 1 pc and 1.5 pc FDI to GDP ratio.She said the conditions such as a large domestic market to attract higher FDI level is in place in India
“Given India’s big domestic market, I think India has the pull factor. But the government should focus on two things: first get the infrastructure in place, and second improve on ease of doing business,” Varma said.
She pointed out that China, in the initial phases of its economic take off, between 1990s and early 2000s, used to attract FDI in excess of 2 pc in ratio to its GDP.
State Bank of India invites bids to sell 4 NPAs worth Rs 2.3 bn
Mumbai: State Bank of India has invited bids from asset reconstruction companies, banks, non-banking finance companies and financial institutions for proposed sale of four non-performing loan accounts worth 2.3 bln rupees, the lender said in a newspaper notice today.
Bidders have to submit expression of interest by Thursday and have to complete due diligence process by Jun 19. The e-bidding for the proposed sale will be held on Jun 20.
The four accounts put up for sale were loans extended to Lovely International Pvt Ltd and Lovely Enterprises Pvt Ltd with an outstanding of 946.3 mln rupees, Abhijeet Ferrotech Ltd with an outstanding of 887.2 mln rupees, Madurai Tuticorin Expressway Ltd with an outstanding of 221.7 mln rupees and Trichy Tanjavur Expressway Ltd with outstanding worth 243.6 mln rupees.
Most state-owned banks have been looking to sell bad loans to trim their outstanding exposure to non-performing assets and shore up their capital.
As of Mar 31, the bank’s gross non-performing asset ratio was 7.53%, compared with 8.71% a quarter ago and 10.91% a year ago. The net non-performing asset ratio was 3.01%, against 3.95% a quarter ago and 5.73% year ago.
At 1403 IST, shares of State Bank of India were down 0.8% at Rs 358.90.
Over 400 marketers take pledge to scale their content marketing efforts at CMS Asia 2019 in Mumbai
Mumbai, May 14, 2019 : Content Marketing Summit Asia – 9th edition of the largest ‘not-for-profit’ content marketing conference across JAPAC driven by the marketing community was held on 8th May 2019 in Mumbai.
In it’s recently concluded edition, CMS Asia witnessed over 400 brand marketers trying to understand the content marketing dynamics and they emphasized the need to do more of content based marketing. The leading brand leaders from IBM, Citibank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, HDFC Life, Sony Pictures, Mattel, Microsoft, MasterCard, VodafoneIdea, Future Group, AON, Trent, Unisys among others, shared their experience & learning with a housefull of fellow marketers.
Speaking about the event, RP Singh, Curator – CMS Asia, “With every edition, CMS Asia is redefining how marketing events should be done. We have changed rules of the game for the entire ecosystem. With no sponsored agendas, we have successfully delivered yet another housefull edition. We are overwhelmed with the response that we are getting from the marketing fraternity especially when we are a completely ‘no-frills’ event focused only on learning”
Winners in 11 content marketing categories were also felicitated at this edition of CMS Asia for their great work in this field in the last year. Tata Power clinched South Asia Content Marketing Company of the Year 2019 award at the summit.
CMS Asia 2019 was Powered by JioSaavn and Techmagnate was the Digital Marketing Partner for this event.
CMS Asia launched its 3rd State of Content Marketing in India 2019 report at Mumbai edition in association with Agency Reporter, which is the largest survey of CMOs in India on how they are using Content Marketing.
CMS Asia is the first Indian conference to launch in other Asia Pacific countries including Singapore, Australia, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia and is completely knowledge-oriented with no Sponsored Agendas.
10th Edition of the event is scheduled for 28th August in Singapore.
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Jet Airways’ deputy CEO and CFO Amit Agarwal resigns
Mumbai: Grounded carrier Jet Airways’ deputy chief executive and chief financial officer (CFO) Amit Agarwal has resigned, the airline said on Tuesday. Agarwal’s resignation is effective from May 13, it said.
“We wish to inform that Amit Agarwal, the deputy chief executive officer and CFO of the company, has resigned from service due to personal reasons, with effect from May 13,” Jet Airways said in a regulatory filing. The airline seized operations temporarily around mid- April due to acute liquidity crisis. Most of the airline’s board members have also quit in the last one month.