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Factors influencing investments into Indian states ab 78.99 EURO A survey of investor preferences and a study of factors that influenced investments into Indian states over a 14-year period
Current developments on financial markets show an increasing interest for both socially responsible investments (SRI) and sustainable corporate responsibility (CSR). The primary goal of this study is the application of sustainable finance as a connection between CSR and SRI. The first part of this study argues that finance urgently needs a sustainability approach to connect the initiatives from the CSR companies with the investor preferences of the SRI capital market. This part is entirely devoted to the exchange syntax of sustainable finance. The exchange syntax refers to the terminology of the distinguished sustainability concepts, their interconnections and the ethical values behind them. Traditional finance is used as a benchmark for describing new developments. The second part of the analysis further develops the concept of sustainable corporate finance, defining it as a multi-attribute approach to finance the company in such a way that all of the company's financial, social and environmental elements are interrelated and integrated. The concept of stakeholder equity is introduced as a new instrument of sustainable finance.
The Indian Capital Market is at a tipping point.Instances of fraud, scams and mismanagement in India have resulted in erosion of confidence of small investors. The role of capital market regulators assumes even more significance. This study begins by tracing the genesis and growth of the Indian Capital Market. There are several questions presently facing the Indian Capital Market:What are the perceptions, preferences and worries of small investors in the capital market and to what extent are they satisfied? What role is being played by regulatory authorities in investor protection and education?How effective have been SEBI, BSE and NSE on investor protection, grievances handling and educational awareness? What steps have been taken for educating the small investor by SEBI? These are some questions which this book attempts to find answers to. This book would be useful to all who would like to know more about the trials and tribulations of retail investors in Indian Capital market.
A new type of investor has emerged recently. These so-called institutional investors have the particularity to be professional money managers. Today, they represent the majority of the money flowing on financial markets. A benefit is that markets should become more efficient. I investigate whether a prominent anomaly - the "value premium" - is related to the presence of institutional investors. I show that the more these investors own a stock, the lesser that anomaly. A downside is that liquidity management becomes a core issue. I show that these investors need to restrict themselves to a sub-set of liquid stocks. This in turn has important consequences for the performance they obtain for their clients. Finally, these new investors have distinct investment preferences. Their large investments in private equity moved this asset class from nowhere to a $1 trillion industry in just two decades. I show that the performance obtained in private equity is actually very low and discusses mistakes these investors may be making there.
The book throws an insight on the perception of the investors towards investment in mutual funds. The advantages perceived by the investors have been thoroughly understood and evaluated. The relationship between various demographic variables has been thoroughly understood along with the prominent factors for evaluating the perception of the investor. The book will help the AMC's to design a customized product for the investors as per there requirements. The book will also help the AMC's to understand the importance of various sources of information to the investors and the need of which source of information is most important to which segment of investor.Investor's Mutual Fund preferences have been classified into three to four specific factors for the detailed further study and research, even the factors relating to Investor's Satisfaction have been understood.