Industry and Company Analysis in association with Crispidea
The Industry Analysis and Company valuation workshop was conducted for the Batch 2012-2014, students specializing in finance. The above project was spread across the IIIrd and IVth Semester.
The students were given hands-on training to analyse in-depth the Fundamentals and Technical aspects of the Industry and Company. The students selected top five performing companies in the manufacturing and service sector. The Company and Industry reports were submitted to Crispidea. The reports are prepared on the requirements of the Global research companies like Thomson Reuters and various International and national broking houses.
The students study Investment analysis and portfolio management as a part of the Program. Students are given practical exposure by way of preparing company research reports under the mentorship of the company and faculty. The objective of this corporate assignment was to train the students as Financial and Equity Research analyst.
Workshop on Turnaround Strategy by CMA Mukesh Gupta, Principal Consultant – Finance & Strategy, Infosys
Growth and decline of industries have direct impact on nation’s economy. In our universe, everything has a life cycle may it be human life, organisation or various form of energy. There is situation when organisation faces the continuous decline in its performance which may need the turnaround solutions in order to survive. Mukesh Gupta shared his experience on how the organisation needs the right kind of leadership to make the real difference.
The overall goal of turnaround strategy is to return a distressed company to normal situation in terms of competitive capacity and financial norms. Turn- around is a war like situation where turnaround specialist need to take the call for decisive victory. Mukesh threw light on the Identification of stage of company in its life cycle, root cause of decline, preparing the strategy to overcome from decline and strong execution are entirely different set of skills belong to turnaround specialists. Whatever are the reasons of failure (mismanagement, failure of top leadership, denial) but it results are always financial losses. As a result, the operating cash flow should finance the debt & equity obligation for sound financial strength otherwise organisation need to opt the financial restructuring.
Panel Discussion on Interim Budget 2014 held on 28th Feb 2014
Elite Panel Members
Interim budget 2014 of India was announced on 17th February, 2014 by Finance Minister P.Chidambaram. This year the budget has announced further measures to move towards improving financial efficiency and stability
Finance meet 2014 is an event that provides platform to discuss various aspects of this Interim Budget and get insights from the captains of the Industry. The meet included Presentation by the students followed by the Panel Discussion at MITSOT, Auditorium, MIT Kothrud, Pune. The panel members included the following
Mr. Satish Misar Ex General Manager Indian Bank
Mr. Laxman Rahalkar Principal Training Center Cosmos Bank
Mr. Shyam Burkhe Dy. General Manager (Training) Bank of Maharashtra
Mr. Mukesh Kumar Principal Consultant (Finance & Strategy) Infosys
Mr. Hrishikesh Joshi Editorial Head Business Standard
They threw light on:
• Concept Vote on Account/Interim Budget?
• The Changes made in Direct & Indirect Taxes
• The Break-up of expenditure on infrastructure, education, health defense etc (Comparative figures for the last year, impact of increase or decrease on the economy, employment, manufacturing sector etc)
• Impact on the Telecom Sector and IT Sector
• Impact on General on Manufacturing & Service Sector