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Hold your nose, buy DLF stock and don’t look at the price for a few years
The re-listing of DLF in 2007 through a fresh public issue attracted a lot of controversy. DLF was earlier listed on the Bengaluru and Magadh stock exchanges. In 2006-07, it tried to de-list from these exchanges and, in the process, was seen to be short-changing minority shareholders. Its attempt to take over a...
Investors have shown touching faith in buying Tata Capital’s NCDs, given the riskiness of the product
A company with a short history and a none-too-impressive track record in financial services, raised an impressive amount of Rs3,000 crore plus (according to a press report) as ‘secured non-convertible debentures’ (NCDs). These NCDs were more like tradable fixed deposits that are listed. The...
Inter-scheme transfer of assets by funds can be a source of abuse. Here is what the regulator should do to control it
The mutual fund industry has been one of the most regulated ones. Yet, analysts and critics constantly draw attention to gaps in regulation. However, the nature of operations is so complex and vast that there is always room for manoeuvring, which may not always be by the...