British telecoms operator Vodafone has picked Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofA), Kotak Investment Banking and UBS as joint global coordinators of its Indian unit's IPO, people familiar with the matter said, kicking off its long-awaited listing ... Business Insider India, 3 weeks ago
Vodafone India, i-banks to kick-off IPO talks today: Sources - Moneycontrol.com, 1 week ago
Vodafone selects BofA, Kotak and UBS as joint coordinators of India IPO - Tele.net.in, 3 weeks ago
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Billionaire industrialist Ajay Piramal-led Piramal Enterprises plans to set up a fund to invest in stressed assets in the country for which it is in talks with global fund houses. The banking sector has lot of stressed assets…This is an area ...Hindustan Times, 1 week ago Kotak Mahindra launches $525m stressed asset fund The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago Canada Pension to fund $450 mn in Kotak's stressed asset fund Business Standard, 2 months ago Canada Pension to invest over Rs 3000 crore in stressed assets market along with Kotak Mahindra DNA, 2 months ago
Telecom major Vodafone India is close to launching an IPO with its British parent picking six investment banks, including Kotak, ICICI and UBS, for the over USD 2 billion share sale process, sources said. "Vodafone has kicked off the much-delayed ...Communications Today, 3 weeks ago Vodafone kicks off listing plans for India arm; picks Kotak, UBS, ICICI for share sale HT Syndication, 3 weeks ago Vodafone chooses Kotak, UBS, ICICI for $2 billion share sale ZeeNews.com, 3 weeks ago Vodafone picks Kotak, UBS, ICICI for $2 bn share sale The Freepress Journal, 3 weeks ago
In a chat with , V Jayasankar, Kotak Investment Banking, says when you have a good macro situation, both in the Indian capital market as well as the global capital markets, you will see IPO financing fuelling the demand among HNIs. Edited excerpts ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
With the NSE and the BSE gearing up for listing, S Ramesh, MD & CEO, Kotak Investment Banking, believes that they provide interesting opportunity to investors globally. Given his interaction with global investors, Ramesh said they are optimistic about India ...Business Line, 1 month ago
The ceiling on investment in the bank's shares by foreign institutional investors, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) and qualified foreign investors (QFIs) remains at 40% of equity capital. Kotak Mahindra Bank slipped 0.63% to Rs.659.85 after the company ...India Infoline, 2 months ago New private banks like Kotak Mahindra Bank, Yes Bank whizz past PSBs in performance Economic Times, 12 hours ago Kotak Mahindra Bank gains after RBI allows increase in investment ceiling for FIIs Business Standard, 2 months ago Foreign investors make a strong comeback Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) ownership including American Depository Receipts (ADRs) and global depository receipt (GDR) in the BSE-200 index dipped to $291 billion in the March 2016 quarter, down from $304 billion in the December 2015 ...Business Standard India, 1 hour ago
Investors dumped several bank stocks on Monday as asset quality woes for the banking system seemed far from over with two large private sector banks coming out with weak guidance. ICICI Bank, which announced a 76 per cent drop in its Q4 net ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago Are NPA-hit bank stocks worth investing now? Economic Times, 1 week ago Banking sector: More bad news expected Economic Times, 3 days ago Soon bank account will be enough to invest in stocks Times of India, 1 month ago
In a chat with ET Now, Nilesh Shah, Kotak AMC, says if RBI cuts interest rates, I am sure yields will go further down and that will release more capital in the hands of PSU banks to manage their NPAs ET Now: Thank God! It is over. Nilesh Shah: Yes, the budget ...Economic Times, 2 months ago Higher liquidity and lower interest rate will provide earning support to equity market Economic Times, 1 month ago Credit policy good for debt and equity markets: Nilesh Shah, Kotak AMC Economic Times, 1 month ago Why buying pharma is like catching a falling knife Economic Times, 3 days ago
The sectors that benefited from the relaxation include defense, real estate, construction, private banking, civil aviation, single brand retail and news broadcasting. (Reuters photo) India's net FDI flows are expected to rise further this fiscal ...Financial Express, 4 days ago India's net FDI flows to hit $38 billion this fiscal: Kotak Institutional Equities Economic Times, 4 days ago India's net FDI flows to hit USD 38 bn this fiscal: Kotak Moneycontrol.com, 3 days ago India's net FDI flows to hit $38 bn this fiscal, says report The Hindu, 3 days ago
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