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Investment & Financial Management

Assignment
Infosys Capital Structure and Financials
Total Share
Capital
Equity Share
Capital
Preference Share
Capital
Total Debt
No of Shares
Net Sales
Share Price

286 Cr
286 Cr
0 Cr
0 Cr
571402566
44,341 Cr
2018 Rs

Share Holding Pattern


Promoter and
15.52%
Promotor Group
Mutual Funds /
6.43%
UTI
Financial
0.12
Institutions /
Banks
Insurance
11.59%
Companies
Foreign
49.35%
Institutional
Investors
Non Institutions
1.05%
Individuals
11.61%
D Any Other
4.33%

Crompton Greaves Capital Structure and


Financials
Total Share
Capital
Equity Share
Capital
Preference Share
Capital
Total Debt

125.35 Cr
125.35 Cr
0 Cr
30.53 Cr

No of Shares
Net Sales
Share Price

625,772,298

7489 Cr
172 Rs

Share Holding Pattern


Promoter and
34.43%
Promotor Group
Mutual Funds /
24.5%
UTI
Financial
0.27%
Institutions /
Banks
Insurance
6.25%
Companies
Foreign
15.47%
Institutional
Investors
Non Institutions
8.49%
Individuals
9.65%
Any Other
0.95

Flipkart Capital Structure and Financials


Total Share
Capital
Equity Share
Capital
Preference Share
Capital
Total Debt
No of Shares
Net Sales
Money Raised
Loss

1180 Cr
550 Million $
281 CR

Why Companies go for Listing?


Companies go for listing when they decide to go public ie borrow money from public
in the form of equity.
The main reason companies decide to go public
Raise lot of money

Spread the risk of ownership among a large group of shareholders. Spreading


the risk of ownership is especially important when a company grows, with the
original shareholders wanting to cash in some of their profits while still
retaining a percentage of the company.
So that the companys shares are traded at stock exchange
Being able to raise additional funds through the issuance of more stock
Companies can offer securities in the acquisition of other companies
Stock and stock options programs can be offered to potential employees,
making the company attractive to top talent
Companies have additional leverage when obtaining loans from financial
institutions
Market exposure having a companys stock listed on an exchange could
attract the attention of mutual and hedge funds, market makers and
institutional traders
Indirect advertising the filing and registration fee for most major exchanges
includes a form of complimentary advertising. The companys stock will be
associated with the exchange their stock is traded on
Brand equity having a listing on a stock exchange also affords the company
increased credibility with the public, having the company indirectly endorsed
through having their stock traded on the exchange.

Why Companies go for Delisting?


The reasons for delisting include violating regulations and/or failing to meet
financial specifications set out by the stock exchange. Companies that are
delisted are not necessarily bankrupt, and may continue trading over the
counter.
In order for a stock to be traded on an exchange, the company that issues the
stock must meet the listing requirements set out by the exchange. Listing
requirements include minimum share prices, certain financial ratios, minimum
sales levels, and so on. If listing requirements are not met by a company, the
exchange that lists the company's stock will issue a warning of noncompliance to the company. If the company's failure to meet listing
requirements continues, the exchange may delist the company's stock.
When companies acquire other companies, they might delist the acquired
company to complete the merger.