Category Archives: Capital Market

  • Arbitrage

    Posted on December 8, 2016 by Admin in Capital Market, Investment Banking.

    Arbitrage is a prospect to buy a product at low price in one market place and immediately sell it in a different market for a higher price in order to book some profit. An arbitrage opportunity is present when a commodity I available at low price in one market and there are buyers who want […]

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  • Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)

    Posted on November 5, 2016 by Admin in Capital Market, Investment Banking.

    Mergers and acquisitions refer to Corporate Finance, Management and Strategy changes related to one company acquiring other company or joining with other company in order to create more business synergy. Companies acquire another small or similar companies in order to improve market share, expand business, improve cost efficiency, improve effectiveness and competitiveness etc. Company’s board […]

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  • Bonus Issue v/s Stock Splits

    Posted on November 5, 2016 by Admin in Capital Market, Investment Banking.

    Below are the key differences between Bonus Issue and Stock Split A bonus issue is additional share issued to the shareholders while Stock split refers to split of existing shares For Bonus issue, reserve fund is converted to equity capital while for split, there is no change in equity capital For Bonus issue face value […]

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  • Corporate Actions

    Posted on November 3, 2016 by Admin in Capital Market, Investment Banking.

    Corporate Action is a process initiated by a publicly traded or listed Company that brings material change to the company affecting all the shareholders which include change in its Name, Securities, strike price etc. Corporate Actions are approved by company’s board of directors and authorized by shareholders. Different types of Corporate Actions: Mandatory Corporate Actions […]

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  • Participatory Notes (P-Notes)

    Posted on March 2, 2016 by Admin in Capital Market.

    Participatory Notes, also known as P-Notes, are used by foreign investors who don’t want to register themselves with Indian Capital market regulator SEBI directly but still wish to invest in Indian stock market. The brokers buy India-based shares or bonds and then issue corresponding participatory notes to investors in return. Usage of P-Notes is restricted […]

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