Indian Investors

  • Afghanistan woos India Inc; to give preference to Indian companies June 24, 2014

    Mumbai: Keen on attracting greater funds from India Inc in rebuilding the war-ravaged nation, Afghanistan will accord preferential treatment to Indian investors, a top official said on Tuesday. "Afghanistan has been a recipient of assistance for capacity building, infrastructure, community based business projects and humanitarian assistance from India. We intend to...
  • Top Indian businessmen keen on Bangladesh SEZ May 10, 2011

    Dhaka: Fifty Indian investors, including the Tata, Birla and TVS groups, have sought a special economic zone (SEZ) to be set up in Bangladesh for joint ventures. A visiting business delegation of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on Monday proposed that the Bangladesh government establish a SEZ for them...
  • Sinha assumes office as 8th SEBI Chairman February 18, 2011

    Mumbai: Upendra Kumar Sinha on Friday took charge as market regulator SEBI's Chairman from the outgoing Chief Chandrashekar Baskar Bhave, who is said to have considerably raised the bar of the institution during his three-year tenure. As the 8th Chairman of the market watchdog, 'UK', as he is known among his...
  • Forbes India: top 20 stocks you must own July 7, 2010

    Around this time last year, Mumbai was still impatiently waiting for the arrival of the monsoons. It would have been the season's best reprieve for anxious investors who were till then reeling under the heat of a global market meltdown. In retrospect though, it may have been the ideal starting...
  • Market crisis: Investors' morale low, savings in peril October 9, 2008

    Mumbai: It's not just investment bankers and traders who have been hit by the financial crisis. In India, the profile of investors includes the retired, the housewives and the middle class. Many have just seen their savings wiped out. The torrid financial wave has hit like a tsunami. Global markets seeing...
  • Indian investors lured by foreign mkts June 19, 2007

    Mumbai: While further liberalising its overseas remittance scheme, the Reserve Bank on Tuesday hiked the transaction limit for individual investors to 1,00,000 dollars in a year—a development that would lead to increased participation of Indians in foreign markets. The decision has come as a major boost for companies like Reliance Money,...