RUDRA is one of the growing & dynamic brokerage houses with a strong presence in the Retail and HNI broking segment. With over 25 years of experience and lead by a team with outstanding managerial acumen, RUDRA is a professionally managed company supported by over 100 professionals, including Chartered Accountants, MBAs and other senior executives. RUDRA can thereby cater to its clients' short-term as well as long-term financial needs through a comprehensive bouquet of investment services. RUDRA offers a diverse range of financial services, including institutional and retail brokerage of Equity, Currency, Commodities, Derivatives, Online Trading, Depository Services, Fixed Deposits, IPOs and Mutual Funds Distribution, and Wealth Advisory & Research. RUDRA is looking to become one of the biggest broking houses. RUDRA Securities Limited, is a member of National Stock Exchange of India Limited, Bombay Stock Exchange Limited, MCX Stock Exchange, and Depository Participant of Central Depository Services (I) Limited. RUDRA can be approached online at www.rudrashares.com.
Company exports its products to almost 52 with offerings in US constitute of core brands like Nate’s, Ashoka, Truly Indian and PJ’s and in UK as Brand Soul.
Being one of the largest CGD company in India and a sole aurthorized distributor of CNG & PNG in Mumbai with a strong base of 0.65mn CNG customers, the company is best placed to harness the growing demand for cleaner fuel.
As operating at full capacity, the management plans to increase capacity to achieve meaningful volume growth. It announced a brownfield investment of Rs. 1,450 crore for setting up additional packaging board capacity of 1.5 lakh MT.
Twofold hike in custom duty to 25% from 20% & 10% earlier to dampen imports has been breathtaking for the footwear industry. Besides GST rate cut from 18% to 5% priced under Rs 1000.
Khadim's two distinctive business models reduce dependence on any one business. Retail business that contributes around 62% in overall revenue will grow at 13-14%.
Under the Jute Packaging Materials (Compulsory Use in Packing Commodities) [JPM Act], 1987, Government specifies the commodities and the extent to which they are mandatorily required to be packed in Jute Packaging Materials.
Net sales has increased by 19.08% in Q2 FY19 and stood at Rs. 149.77cr as compared to Rs. 125.77cr in the corresponding quarter of previous year.
Company derived 96% of sales from the Passenger Vehicle segment of the Indian Automotive Industry. The company’s Automotive sealing products were used in 70% of total passenger vehicles(PV) produced at 10.79 lacs in India in Q2FY19.
ICICI Lombard is well poised for earnings growth with increase in insurance penetration, focus on profitable segments and improvement in operating efficiency.
HDFC have leveraged new age technological capabilities like artificial intelligence, natural language processing and robotics, enjoying ownership of e-product space.