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India being the seventh largest producer of steel in the world, the industry has been passing through difficult times for the during the twentieth century. This book is designed for students and researchers who want to develop professional skills in modern quantitative application of Industrial finance. This book provide insight knowledge of financial research in the aspects of Accounting ratios with theoretical and computational tools that are deep enough application and interpretation and rich content to be relied on advanced financial research tools were applied in Indian Steel Industry. This book has covered the research areas of commerce and management in financial analysis as well as for the Economic Value Added and Market Value Added analysis also who want to get grip on modern statistical tools in financial data analysis. The subject matter is presented in seven chapters and the three important financial analysis namely, Accounting Ratios, Financial Health (Discriminant Analysis) and Economic Value Added Analysis.
Indian pharmaceutical industry has played a key role in promoting and sustaining development in the vital field of medicines. The goal of financial performance analysis is to determine the efficiency and performance of firm’s management, as reflected in the financial reports. The analyst attempts to measure the firm’s liquidity, profitability, and other indicators that the business is conducted in a rational and normal way? ensuring enough returns to the shareholders to maintain at least its market value. In this context an attempt has been made an analysis of financial performance of pharmaceutical companies to understand how management of finance plays a crucial role in the growth. The study has been undertaken for the period of twelve years from 1997-98 to 2008-09. In order to analyze financial performance, various accounting ratios and statistical techniques have been used. In this context an attempt has been made an analysis of financial performance of pharmaceutical companies to understand how management of finance plays a crucial role in the growth. The book is a modified version of research project report financially supported by UGC, India.
The growing demand for fertilizers makes the Indian market highly attractive for domestic and foreign manufacturers. Recent policy changes by the government are a welcome step and will open up opportunities for local companies to strengthen their domestic presence and meet global aspirations. Financial distress for a company is the ultimate declaration of its inability to sustain current operations given its current debt obligations. This research work attempts to analyze the financial health of fertilizer sector in India and test whether Altman’s Z score model can foresee correctly the corporate financial distress of the fertilizer sector in Indian context for the study period, 1991-92 to 2009-10. The Z score from the analysis shows that it is less than 1.81 in all most all the years implying that this sector has increased its debts and will be facing insolvency in near future unless regulatory measures are taken to tackle the adverse situation. The study demonstrates that individual ratio within the multiple discriminate framework has depicted miserable picture signifying inefficiencies within the firms that may endanger financial health of Indian fertilizer companies.
Indian is a reputed name in the world of Information Technology. Over the last few years Indian IT Sector is gaining the pace and attract all the IT majors from all around the world. It is one of the fastest growing IT market in Asia-Pacific region. Indian IT Sector facilitates Indian economy to grow further and gradually becomes one of the major contributors to Indian GDP. But China, Russia, Taiwan and Vietnam are also upcoming IT superpowers and can able to give a cut-throat competition to Indian IT industry. Hence, the present study is conducted to examine the actual financial scenario of this industry and to check whether it will continue its growing phase or able to hold the leadership position to next decade. To facilitate the financial analysis of the industry ratio analysis along with the statistical method regression analysis are used in the present study. Ratio analysis is used to compare past and present performance whereas regression analysis is adopted to quantify the linear relationship between liquidity and profitability. These analyzes help to understand the performance of Indian IT Sector.
Financial sector liberalization was one of the major reforms, which have taken place in majority of the developing countries in the eighties. The major objectives of financial sector reform were to improve the allocative efficiency of resources and to accelerate the growth process of the real sector by removing structural deficiencies affecting the performance of financial institutions and financial markets. Internationally mutual funds are key contributors to the globalization of financial market and one of the main source of capital flows to emerging economies. Mutual funds in developed countries have become one of the main instruments for investing in emerging markets. The mutual fund industry is among the most successful recent financial innovation. The present research work is an attempt to analyse and compare different mutual fund schemes on various Yadsticks which helps in determining the future trends in mutual fund industry.
The Research revolves around the Indian Financial and Banking Industry with key focus and reference of one of the leading private sector Bank in India i.e. HDFC Bank Ltd. From shareholders and stakeholders perspective, there are several aspects which are needed to be kept in mind while making any business decisions. It highlights around the key promoting factors which serves as a measuring tools of performance and performance indicators.
The insurance scenario in general and the life insurance in particular has undergone a massive change after liberalization with the entry of private sector insurers. Naturally, an interest has been created to know how the insurers are faring in the post-liberalized environment, particularly the erst-while monopoly public sector company. The study focuses on the financial performance analysis of the insurers in India. The analysis is based on (i) financial parameters under the CARAMELS framework, and(ii) Data Envelopment Analysis (two input-two output model)followed by Spearman's rank correlation and t-Test.The results of the analyses show that the sole public sector behemoth,namely LIC, outperformed all the private insurers. The correlation study between the ranks obtained from the two analyses points to a significantly high level of relationship. A trend analysis is also made on important revenue and cost variables of public and private insurers. Application of mean difference test on those variables points to a significant difference between the two sectors. We hope that the book will be immensely useful to policy makers, insurers,regulators, researchers, and students.
The text is designed to cater to the need of the students, as well as the researchers in the field of financial management, by giving a good understanding of the subject and its applications. This new edition seeks to enhance the coverage of the book and update it by including new statistical techniques.It makes the book more comprehensive and incorporates the changes that have incurred in the field of finance and management in India as well as the world. The purpose of this book is to clarify concepts of the financial health analysis of the sugar companies and at the same time relate them to those examples which rendered the text meaningful to the reader. The book has been written for the students as well as the researchers in the field of finance and management, both of whom need to have good understanding of the subject and its applications.
This book examines the financial strength and performance of the Indian Steel industry. Financial performance is the process of identifying the financial strength and weakness of the firm by properly establishing relationship between the items of balance sheet and profit and loss account. Since the Steel industry is considered to be a backbone for the growth of Indian economy to achieve a long-term sustainable development in the overall economy, there is arising need to look at the financial strength of the steel industry. The sample is based on the data provided by the CMIE Prowess that consist of financial information of Main and Major Producers of Steel. To interpret the data, ratio analysis, Altman Z score model, Motaal’s comprehensive rank test, Spearman’s rank correlation etc. used. This research focused only Main and Major Producers of Steel. Inclusion of all steel firms can give more validation to our argument.
This book is an outcome of the research undertaken on impact of global financial crisis on Life Insurance industry in South India. Insurance in any economy is regarded as a pillar of growth for overall development of the economy. Volatile economic condition with recent financial crisis changed the competitive landscape in life insurance industry with a challenging future ahead in India.An examination of the effect of the crisis on Indian economy and savings pattern of people and priority for insurance is made. It contains a quantitative and objective assessment of how well the life insurers in India managed the global crisis in Madurai Division and at the National level. There is an analysis on the behaviour of policyholders’ towards LIC and views towards global financial crisis and perceptions of the policyholders about the service rendered by the LIC of India using SERQUAL model.It is hope that the readers will be enlightened on the necessity for investing in life insurance during their earning period.It also offers some valuable insights to the branch managers of LIC to aggressively improve customer service standards and revamp distribution networks.
This research study is on financial performance analysis of general insurance companies in India in the post-reform period (2000-2008). All the eight chapters of the study have been designed in a coherent manner. Chapter 1 introduces the study including the research methodology adopted. Chapter 2 discusses review of various books, articles, research works etc; and identifies the research gap. Chapter 3 discusses the development of the general insurance business in the pre-nationalization era and also in the post- nationalization period. Chapter 4 discusses the reforms initiated and the regulatory measures adopted. Chapter 5 analyses the financial performance of the public sector companies during the period before and after the entry of the private players. Chapter 6 analyses the financial performance of the private sector companies. Chapter 7 undertakes a detailed comparative study of the financial performance between the public and the private players; and attempts to trace the relative strong and weak points of both the sectors. Chapter 8 narrates the findings of the study, and the researchers’ suggestions on the basis of the findings of the study.
The book "Financial Inclusion in India with Special Reference to Odisha" has been divided into eight Chapters. Chapter-I deals with an introductory background of financial inclusion. Chapter-II presents review of literature related to financial inclusion. Chapter-III deals with database and methodology. Chapter-IV deals with financial inclusion of major States(specific indicators). Chapter-V deals with Financial Inclusion of Odisha- an inter-district analysis(specific indicators). Chapter-VI presents Index of Financial Inclusion of Major Indian States. Chapter-VII presents Index of Financial Inclusion: an inter-district analysis of Odisha. Chapter-VIII deals with Summary and Conclusion.
ICICI Bank Ltd. and State Bank of India (SBI) are the two largest banks in India in private and public sector respectively. Reserve bank of India (Central Bank in India) has prescribed certain financial ratios like Capital Adequacy Ratio, Statutory Liquidity Ratio, Priority Sector Advances to Total Advance Ratio etc. to measure the financial performance of the banks. In this book the financial appraisal of both the banks have been done on the basis of ratios prescribed by RBI and then comparative analysis has been done. On the basis of analysis it has been found that both the banks are maintaining the required standards and both are running profitably. Graphs and diagrams are used to explain the trends. Statistical tools have been used for better understanding of the concepts, In the end suggestions have been given for the further improvement in the performance of the banks. This book will definitely contribute to the further research on the topic by the researchers and the academicians.
In 1992, the Reserve Bank of India launched banking sector reforms in India to create a more profitable, efficient, and sound banking system.The reforms include the competition enhancing reforms, reforms enhancing role of market forces, prudential reforms, supervisory reforms, institutional and legal reforms, reforms related to the customer service in banks, technological reforms, and the payment and settlement systems reforms.In the context of these banking sector reforms, the present book attempts to discuss the banking sector reforms in India and to analyze and compare the financial performance of commercial banks in India on various aspects such as profitability, liquidity, capital adequacy, assets quality, and off-balance sheet strength in post reforms era. Moreover, it also attempts to extract the financial ratios which significantly predict the financial performance of commercial banks.The book should be especially useful to banking officials, researchers in the area of banking and finance, stakeholders of commercial banks, or anyone else who is interested in understanding the dynamics of financial performance analysis.