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INVESTOR RELATIONS

 
  1. Corporate Governance Guidelines

    Reserve Bank of India vide their Circular dated May 08, 2007 and July 11, 2007 have issued guidelines on Corporate Governance to non – deposit taking NBFCs with an asset size of Rs. 100 crore or above in order to enable the adoption of best practices and greater transparency in their operations. In view of the above RBI Guidelines, the Company lays down the following set of guidelines / corporate governance practices to create value for the stakeholders viz. the shareholders, employees, customers, society at large etc.

    To view the Corporate Governance Guidelines of the Company, click here.

  2. Fair Practice Code

    Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has prescribed guidelines on Fair Practices for all Non Banking Financial Companies (NBFC) on the basis of which Fair Practices Code (FPC) shall be put in place by NBFC’s with approval of the Board.

    To view the Fair Practice Code of the Company, click here.


  3. Whistleblower policy

    Vigil Mechanism- Whistleblower Policy :-

    In Compliance with the Companies Act, 2013 and Rules there under, the Company has in place a Board approved Whistle Blower Policy- Vigil Mechanism.

 

 
 

Latest News

Indias Q2FY18
India’s Q2FY18 GDP rose to 6.3% compared to 5.7% a quarter ago and 7.5% in the year ago period. GVA growth stood at 6.1% compared to 5.6% in Q1FY18
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Fiscal deficit
Fiscal deficit for the Apr-Oct period stood at Rs 5.25 tn which is 96.1% of the budgeted fiscal deficit compared to 79.3% for the corresponding period in the previous year
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In its Fifth
In its Fifth Bi-monthly Monetary Policy, RBI maintained ‘status quo’, leaving key policy rates unchanged.
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Inflation projection
Inflation projection for H2 FY18 was revised marginally upwards to 4.3%-4.7% from 4.2%-4.6% previously.
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Standing 130
Standing 130 bps higher, CPI for the month of November came in at 4.88% as compared to 3.58% in October mainly led by an unabated surge in vegetable and fuel prices. Core CPI also saw an uptick standing at 4.86% in Nov vis-à-vis 4.55% in Oct.
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November WPI
November WPI stood at 3.93% up from 3.59% observed a month ago mainly led by inflationary pressures in primary articles.
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Industrial
Industrial production as measured by IIP saw some moderation standing at 2.2% in Oct as compared to 4.2% in Sep. Strong growth impulses emanating from the mining sector aided, despite the sequential contraction observed in both manufacturing and electricity sectors.
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