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Mr Murali and Mr Kentaro Koga signing the documents
Shriram Properties Limited (“Shriram”) and an investment arm of Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan (“Mitsubishi”), have signed definitive agreements for partnership in an ongoing large residential development project in Chennai (Tamil Nadu, India).
This marks Mitsubishi’s entry into the Indian real estate sector and Shriram is proud to be the chosen partner for Mitsubishi’s maiden investment. In the past as well, Shriram was the chosen partner for first-ever realty investment respectively by TPG, Tata Capital, Walton Street Capital and Starwood Capital, and is proud to have received similar confidence from another global major. Read more
By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
In developing nations like India, China, and other SAARC countries, financial literacy is still under an evolutionary process. The masses have low to medium knowledge about making investments or the importance of having regular income from assets held. When the Central Government changed in India in 2014, the Prime Minister launched one of the many schemes to enable financial inclusion in the country – the ‘Jan Dhan Yojana’. This scheme targeted financial inclusion in the country and was an attempt to aid investment in bank deposits on a micro level.
Bringing awareness about investments is a difficult task, due to various reasons: the nature of the subject, difficulty in earning the trust of investors, persuading investors to opt for a certain investment vehicle over the other, perception of risks of fraudulent schemes, the digitisation of investments etc. Indians by their very nature are usually conservative, and often are apprehensive about investing, due to the low scale of financial literacy and inclusion in the country.
Here are some ways by which an awareness about investments can be brought about:
Simplifying content: Education in India is fact-based, instead of being practical. Investment education should ideally be incorporated in the high school, graduate and postgraduate curriculum in an increasing order of complexity. Learning about investments must not be only restricted to students of commerce or finance. Being a practical life skill, this subject should be simplified and compiled to fit educational institutions’ syllabi. Read more
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Union Minister of Industry & Commerce Shri Anand Sharma handshake with H. E. Muhamad Sultan Al Uwais, Ambassador, UAE Embassy in India before 2nd Meeting of the India-UAE High Level Joint Task Force on Investment in Mumbai
By K Ashwin Mob: 09920183006 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
With the weakening rupee and failing investor sentiment, what’s the impact on the Hindi film industry? That’s the big question on Business of Bollywood this week. The answer lies in the dynamics of movie business that is governed by multiple factors explored by a distinguished panel of guests on the show, this Sunday at 7.30pm on zoOm.