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Nothing Personal About Viral Acharya, Urjit Patel's Exit. Viral Can Now Pick Up His Guitar

Srikanth Godavarthi 7 297 Article rating: 4.2

Viral's 'acharya' was Rajan when he was the chief economist at the International Monetary Fund when they together authored research papers. A musician at heart and a big fan of the Burmans, Acharya refused to dance to the drumbeats of the government.  Patel's protege Viral Acharya had made his position clear on issues like undermining the autonomy of regulators which he said could be disastrous if compromised. Like Raghuram Rajan, this real rockstar had refused to be seen as "the cheerleader" of the government and its policies The Finapolis

Why Loans Against Securities Can Be A Good & Viable Financing Option

Adhil Shetty 0 210 Article rating: 5.0

A loan against security provides certain conveniences that you could consider. Based on the security you are pledging, you can fetch a high-value loan at a comparatively lower interest rate. This way, you don’t have to liquidate your asset; rather you remain invested and continue earning returns | The Finapolis 

ESG investing in India picks up as hunt for sustainable return digs deep ​

Kumar Shankar Roy 0 113 Article rating: 5.0

In an increasingly interconnected world, the importance of actively managing risks and opportunities related to emerging environmental and social trends, rising public expectations for better accountability and corporate governance, presents a new set of challenges with far-reaching financial consequences for corporations. The main problem is tor the average investor, spotting ESG risk can be challenging. ESG factors may not be evident in financial statements! India faces higher ESG risks compared to other emerging economies. As per a GMO ESG assessment framework, India ranks as higher in terms of ESG risks compared to China, Brazil, Korea etc.


'Falling into trap of zero brokerage leads retail investors to trade in huge quantity and make mistakes'

Kumar Shankar Roy 0 751 Article rating: 4.8

Poor financial education is a major problem in any society and Kredent InfoEdge from Kolkata was among the earlier ones to realize this. Since 2008, the organization has been focused on training retail investors on aspects of financial management. The offline center through various modules has trained over 10,000 participants till date. The Finapolis 

Corporate Tax Rate - To Cut Or Not To? What Will New FM Do?

Balwant Jain 0 176 Article rating: No rating

Will the new Finance Minister cut the tax rates for large companies from the current 30 per cent to 25 per cent in the Budget 2019, a promise made by her predecessor Arun Jaitley in Budget 2016? The government would need more money to finance the PM Kisan scheme. This can be achieved with higher tax collections. The cream of 7,000 companies contributes a lion’s share of corporate tax collection. Any cut in tax rate for large companies can hurt its welfare plans.


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