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25 Mar 2009

Indian securities market and the role of Sharekhan

Case study - 74 pages - Finance

Securities market has essentially three categories of participants, namely the issuer of securities, investors in securities and the intermediaries, and two categories of products, namely the services of the intermediaries, the securities including derivatives. The securities market has...

01 Apr 2009

A study of behavioral finance in the Indian stock exchange

Case study - 32 pages - Finance

Much of economic and financial theory is based on the notion that individuals act rationally and consider all available information in the decision-making process. However, researchers have uncovered a surprisingly large amount of evidence that this is frequently not the case. Peter L. Bernstein...

01 Apr 2009

Mutual funds and other investment opportunities: Franklin Templeton Investments

Case study - 38 pages - Finance

Savings form an important part of the economy of any nation. With the savings invested in various options available to the people, money acts as the driver for growth of the country. Indian financial scene too presents a plethora of avenues to the investors. Though certainly not the best...

03 Apr 2009

The impact of FIIs on Indian National stock exchange and how effective the Government is in Liberalizing and controlling the National Stock exchange?

Dissertation - 40 pages - Finance

The intention of this research was to examine the impact of Foreign Institutional Investors (FII) on the Indian National Stock Exchange (NSE). To achieve the aims, the following objectives have been determined to study how FII plays an important role in National stock exchange; to study...

06 Apr 2009

Portfolio management and investment decision

Case study - 42 pages - Finance

A portfolio is a collection of securities since it is really desirable to invest the entire funds of an individual or an institution or a single security, it is essential that every security be viewed in a portfolio context. Thus it seems logical that the expected return of the portfolio....

16 Apr 2009

Comparative analysis of madcap fund with reference to Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd

Case study - 35 pages - Finance

The Indian Mutual Funds Industry has witnessed a sea change since UTI was first established in 1963. From a single player the number of players has increased to 29 and the number of schemes has spiraled to 477. The last decade has been a period of rapid growth for the MF industry. The paper...

08 May 2009

NDSL: Depository functions and services

Case study - 51 pages - Finance

The Indian capital market has witnessed an unprecedented growth in the past few years, facilitated by modernization of the trading system. Automation of the trading infrastructure in 1994 has given us a trading system comparable with the best in the world. The establishment of a settlement...

21 May 2009

A study and an in depth analysis of the Indian capital market

Tutorials/exercises - 33 pages - Finance

The medium capitalized segment of the stock market is being increasingly perceived as an attractive investment segment with high growth potential. However, the lack of awareness among the investors has not been able to prove much as per the above statement. Majority of the investors...

28 May 2009

Commodity markets Vs share markets

Case study - 77 pages - Finance

Indian markets have recently thrown open a new avenue for retail investors and traders to participate in: commodity derivatives. For those who want to diversify their portfolios beyond shares, bonds and real estate, commodities are the best option. Till some months ago, this wouldn't...

27 Oct 2009

The strategy of investment and development of the French companies in Poland

Dissertation - 75 pages - Business strategy

This paper deals with the strategy of investment and development of the French companies in Poland. In a first part, the author discusses the theory of Foreign Direct Investment, more commonly called FDI: its different types and their alternatives, their motives, benefits and risks. In the second...

11 Jul 2006

Companies dividend policy

Thesis - 23 pages - Finance

Dividend policy is one of the most important financial policies, not only form the viewpoint of the company, but also from that of the shareholders, the consumers, the workers, regulatory bodies and the Government. For a company, it is a pivotal policy around which other financial policies...

05 Aug 2008

Efficient capital markets and the importance of behavioral finance

Essay - 7 pages - Finance

Efficient capital markets allow to consumers and companies to invest savings, borrow, and manage risk in the most effective way. Capital markets bring together companies, that seek to raise capital to invest in future performance and investors, who seek for a profitable return on their...

05 Mar 2009

Analysis of risk and return of mutual fund schemes at Standard Chartered Mutual Funds

Dissertation - 34 pages - Finance

Balancing of funds which includes issuing & collecting of funds in any economy is very important. There are many financial products in india, not only for balancing but also to provide liquidity for ideal capital, such as bank deposits, NSS savings, securities, insurance etc., which have some...

29 Nov 2006

Estimating market risk premium using Markov switching : Tunisian Case

Dissertation - 97 pages - Finance

The general increase in volatility of the …nancial markets can be partly explained by the growing uncertainly of the economic environment. It is, on the other hand, a reflection of the growing efficiency and integration of the financial markets allow the almostinstantaneous move of capital...

01 Apr 2009

Standard Chartered mutual funds

Thesis - 24 pages - Finance

Mutual funds are a topic, which is of interest to both investors and academicians all over the world. Mutual Funds as a medium-to-long term investment option are preferred as a suitable investment option by investors. However, with so many market entrants and a plethora of schemes...

06 Apr 2009

The stock exchange and the big industries of India

Dissertation - 39 pages - Finance

Stock market is a broad term, which involves a number of markets in which securities are brought and sold. Stock markets often rise and fall. Before knowing why the stock markets are so volatile, let us understand about stock market and the investment options available to a potential...

07 Apr 2009

Pricing futures

Case study - 61 pages - Finance

Stock index futures began trading on NSE on the 12th June 2000. Stock futures were launched on 9th November 2001. The volumes and open interest on this market has been steadily growing. Looking at the futures prices on NSE's market, have you ever felt the need to know whether the quoted prices...

14 Apr 2009

Competitor analysis of financial securities industries: Religare

Case study - 36 pages - Finance

The securities markets in India witnessed several policy initiatives since the year 2000, which further refined the markets micro-structure, modernized operations and broadened investment choices for investors. The irregularities in the securities transactions in the last quarter of the...

20 Apr 2009

Security analysis and portfolio management in Collabo Interactive Solutions

Case study - 45 pages - Business strategy

Portfolio management is both an art and a science. It is a dynamic decision making process, one that is continuous and systematic but also requires a great deal of judgment. The objective of this project is to blend theory and practice to achieve a consistent portfolio management process. This...

20 Apr 2009

Initial public offering: MIC Electronics Ltd

Dissertation - 51 pages - Business strategy

Project IPO deals with initial public offering, or IPO, because it is the first sale of stock by a company to the public. A company can raise money by issuing either debt or equity. If the company has never issued equity to the public, it's known as an IPO. Broadly speaking, companies are...

24 Apr 2009

Location determinants of foreign direct investment in real estate

Thesis - 23 pages - Business strategy

The global real estate market is complexly structured and highly competitive. In order to diversify the portfolio and to achieve the highest risk adjusted return, real estate firms invest across national borders. The choice of the most favorable location is of highest importance for the success...

09 May 2009

Risk management in the asset management industry (risk measurement techniques): An evaluation of 'value at risk' tools

Tutorials/exercises - 112 pages - Finance

This Report is divided into two parts. Part I is introductory in nature containing brief profiles of global and Indian mutual fund industries, risk and the mutual fund industry, theoretical aspects of risk management process and various concepts associated with measurement of risks in...

21 May 2009

The study on security analysis for selecting the appropriate security through analyzing economy and industry

Tutorials/exercises - 80 pages - Economy general

An investment refers to the commitment of funds at present, in anticipation of some positive rate of return in future. Today the spectrum of investment is indeed wide. An investor is confronted with array of investment avenues. Among all investment, investment in equity is best high...

17 Jun 2009

Portfolio management (risk and return) of inter-connected stock exchanges

Case study - 47 pages - Finance

Investment may be defined as an activity that commits funds in any financial form in the present with an expectation of receiving additional return in the future. The expectations bring with it a probability that the quantum of return may vary from a minimum to a maximum. This possibility of...

21 Jun 2010

Bulgaria and European Union: A research report

Tutorials/exercises - 22 pages - European union

The development of a global financial market transforms the individual countries' and domestic capital markets into connected single financial environment, where investors can take advantage of numerous investment opportunities. The dynamic growth and gradual integration of the Bulgarian...

29 Sep 2010

The consequences of the financial crisis on theory and practical aspects of asset management

Dissertation - 55 pages - Finance

2007 is going down in history with the subprime phenomenon which came as a surprise to all market observers. According to P. Artus, Director of the Economic Research at Natixis , the word subprime was mentioned in 6,000 articles in the international press in 2006, 32,000 during the first 6 months...

22 Feb 2011

Financial Analysis - Vinci & Bouygues

Thesis - 20 pages - Finance

The following report presents the financial statements of two leading French construction groups: Bouygues and Vinci. With the help of several economic and financial metrics, we will analyze and assess the companies' strengths and weaknesses and give an objective opinion to potential...

16 Apr 2014

A study on security analysis for selecting appropriate security

Case study - 79 pages - Management

An investment refers to the commitment of funds at present, in anticipation of some positive rate of return in future. Today the spectrum of investment is indeed wide. An investor is confronted with array of investment avenues. Among all investment, investment in equity is best high...

17 Jun 2021

Managerial Finance

Course material - 12 pages - Finance

Financial markets: - Financing investments (for firms) ; - Inter-temporal allocation of cash-flows (for consumers/investors) ; - Risk transformation: risk-diversification and tis-transfer (for firms and investors). Companies are the unit of observation of this course (companies...

17 Jun 2008

Alternative accounting practices: earnings management using loan loss

Essay - 4 pages - Accounting

Critical examinations of recent corporate scandals that have occurred—i.e. Enron and WorldCom in particular—demonstrate that the accounting practices utilized by the organization were less than ethical. However, in most instances the accounting principles used by the organization were...