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Promoted as a joint sector company by Mohta Industries (MIL) and the Punjab State Industrial Development Corporation (PSIDC), Vardman Polytex (VPL) was incorporated as Punjab Mohta Polytex. The promoters also have interests in Mahavir Spinning Mills and Vardhman Spinning and General Mills.

The company came out with a rights issue at a premium of Rs 60 aggregating Rs 24.92 cr and 28.48 lac 13% secured NCDs of Rs 250 aggregating Rs 71.21 cr in Jan.’95. The issue was to set up a 100% EOU with an installed capacity of 25,200 spindles in Punjab, expansion of its plant, and to meet long-term working capital needs. Total project cost was Rs 110.14 cr.

VPL manufactures coarse, medium and fine counts of 100% cotton yarn. It also produces 100% acrylic yarn, acrylic cotton yarn, polyester cotton yarn and tyre cord yarn. The company exports its products to the UK, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

During 1998-99, the company had taken expansion by way of a new unit of 19,872 spindles at Baddi at a cost of Rs 41 crs which was commissioned on November, 1999. The Bathinda unit was also upgraded with an investment of Rs.34.00 crore making it capable of competing with the best in cotton yarns.

An expansion of spindles was taken up latter in the year 2001 at a cost of Rs.2845.00 lacs.The total cost was partly finance through internal accruals and partly from term loans from FIs. The company has started expansion plan to enhance the capacity to 25000 spindles for spinning and a dye house at the newly acquired site at Focal point,Ludhiana.

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Phoenix Mills Ltd is India’s leading developer/operator of ‘Iconic Large Format Retail-Led Mixed Use Developments’ in city centric location. The company operations generally span most aspects of real estate development, from the planning, execution and marketing of projects, through to the management and operation of the completed development.

Phoenix Mills Share Price Ltd was incorporated in the year 1905. The company began their operations as a textile manufacturing company on 17.3 acres of land at Lower Parel in Mumbai. In the year 1959, the company was listed in the Bombay Stock Exchange.

In the year 1987, the company entered into the growing real estate market where High Street Phoenix emerged as the most frequented destination in Mumbai. In the year 1992, the first multi-storied Phoenix residential towers were built on the Phoenix Mills Land. They introduced India’s first Hyper market concept ‘Big Bazaar’ at High Street Phoenix in the year 2001.

During the year 2000-01, the company through their subsidiary company, Bellona Finvest Ltd entered into joint venture with the Chatterjee Management group of companies and formed Galaxy Entertainment Corporation Ltd to take advantage of the growing opportunities in the entertainment segment.

During the year 2003-04, the company formed a wholly owned subsidiary, namely CR Retail Malls (India) Pvt Ltd. In August 2004, they formed another wholly owned subsidiary, namely Silly Point restaurants Pvt Ltd.

During the year 2006-07, the company as a group focused on mega retail malls, entertainment complexes, commercial space and hospitality units, with plans to foray into developing real estate in eight cities admeasuring a total area of 21.4 million sq ft. Ashok Ruia Enterprises Pvt Ltd, a promoter group company was amalgamated with the company. Ashok Ruia Enterprises Pvt Ltd holds interest in innovative ‘Market City’ projects in Mumbai (Kurla), Bangalore, Chennai, Pune and Raipur, which represents 13.47 million square feet of Developable Area.

During the year 2007-08, the company acquired a 25 acre plot in Rajaji Nagar in Bangalore for around Rs 320 crore from beleaguered engineering firm GKW Ltd. This was done through investments in Palladium Construction Pvt Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary and Platinum Hospitality Services Pvt Ltd, a group company. Ruia Real Estate Development Company Pvt Ltd was merged with the company with effect from November 1, 2007.

In December 2008, the company acquired an approximate 39% stake in Big Apple Real Estate Pvt Ltd (Big Apple), the owners of the United Malls brand in Uttar PradeshBig Apple together with Phoenix Mills will develop malls by the brand name ‘Phoenix United’ across north India, particularly in the state of Uttar Pradesh, covering cities including Lucknow, Agra, Varanasi and Bareilly.

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GIC Re IPO opens today. Should you invest?

GIC Re is the largest reinsurance company in India in terms of gross premiums accepted in fiscal 2017


General Insurance Corporation of India Limited (GIC Re’s) initial public offer (IPO) opens today for subscription. The company aims to garner over Rs 11,000 crore. The price band has been fixed at Rs 855 – Rs 912 per share. The IPO would be India’s third biggest ever, after Coal India’s Rs 15,200 crore and Reliance Power’s Rs 11,700 crore issues.

The IPO consists of an offer for sale (OFS) of 10.75 crore shares (12.5% stake pre-issue) worth Rs 9,804 crore at the higher price band and a fresh issue of 1.72 crore shares worth Rs 1,569 crore. The amount raised from the fresh issue will be used for augmenting the capital base to support future business growth and to maintain current solvency levels.

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GIC Re is the largest reinsurance company in India in terms of gross premiums accepted in fiscal 2017. The company, according to CRISIL Research, accounted for nearly 60% of the premiums ceded by Indian insurers to reinsurers in FY17.

Should you subscribe to the IPO? This is what leading brokerages and research houses across the country suggest:


GIC Re showed strong net premium growth at 73% YoY mainly led by four‐fold jump in crop insurance premium collections in FY17 due to the implementation of Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) scheme whereas fire insurance continues to grow stable at ~23%. GIC Re does not look to increase third party motor business and health group business which has historically had high losses and has not been a profitable business line. At the upper band of Rs 912, the company trades at 27.4x Mar‐17 EPS which we believe is fairly priced, but given the liquidity in the markets and company’s performance in the recent past, we recommend to Subscribe for long term gains..Read More

SBI Life Insurance lists at 5% premium to IPO price of Rs 700

The stock listed at Rs 735, a 5% premium against its initial public offer price of Rs 700 per share on the National Stock Exchange.


SBI Life Insurance Company made a quite debut by listing at Rs 735, a 5% premium against its initial public offer (IPO) price of Rs 700 per share on the National Stock Exchange (NSE).

At 10:02 AM; the stock was trading at Rs 734 on the NSE. It hit a high of Rs 740 and low of Rs 730 so far. A combined 11.5 million shares exchanged hands on the NSE and BSE.

The company’s Rs 8,400 crore IPO was subscribed 3.587 times. The portion meant for qualified institutional buyers (QIBs) was oversubscribed 12.56 times, while that of non-institutional investors received 70% subscriptions and retail investors 85%, data available with the NSE showed.

SBI Life is a joint venture between India’s largest lender State Bank of India and BNP Paribas Cardif, the insurance holding company of France.

SBI Life Insurance IPO is the largest private insurer in terms of new business premium (NBP) generated with 20.04% market share and has assets under management (AUM) of Rs 97,700 crore. The company is riding on ULIP business (71% APE mix) which has lower regulatory risk, lower capital requirement and long term opex benefit, but also has lower margins and is highly dependent on capital market performance.

“SBI Life is increasingly focusing to improve protection business share which is high margin and have moderate opex. Hence, we believe Operating RoEV to remain stable at 23% currently and improve post over‐run margins to around 18% by FY19 from currently 15%. At the upper band of Rs 700, the company would trade at 3.18x Sep‐19 EV which we believe is fully priced and hence we recommend to Subscribe for long term gains,” analysts at Prabhudas Lilladher said in IPO note. Read Full Article

Seven ways to survive the stock market downturn


With the down -22.56% since the closing peak of January 29, 2015, investors, especially those who entered the equity markets for the first time in the post-election rally, are experiencing a lot of pain. Here is what they should do to survive this downturn.

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Markets come off day’s low; Nifty reclaims 7,200


Markets have recovered from their day’s lows, amid firm European cues, even as bank shares continue to lead the decline after a host of state owned banks reported huge losses because of higher provisioning on account of rising non-performing assets.

At 2:30pm, the S&P BSE Sensex was down 193 points at 23,828 and the Nifty50 was down 62 points at 7,236 after hitting an intra-day low of 7,177.75.

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Markets remain under pressure; IT stocks drag


Markets continue their southward journey triggered by a massive sell-off in global equities. However, a revision in country’s GDP growth for the current fiscal year has arrested the free fall on Dalal Street.

At 2 pm, the S&P BSE Sensex was down 286 points at 24,001 and the Nifty50 was down 92 points at 7,295.

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