Building a well-balanced portfolio of investments, which accomplishes a steady growth of wealth, is a life goal for many. Regardless of how busy life gets with other pursuits, wealth management should not be put on the backburner.
The world of wealth management has quickly adapted to technological advancement and financial evolution. Besides the tech advances, black swan events, such as the recent COVID-19 pandemic and the invasion of Ukraine, had drastic implications on many an investor's portfolios. The volatile environment makes it all the more important for individuals to managetheir finances andassets carefully.
Gone are the days when businesses had to approach traditional institutions to resolve their financial issues. Today, companies, whether old or new, are opting for fintech players as their preferred partners. Over the last 2-3 years, India has seen a massive demand for ‘Buy Now Pay Later’, which was further accelerated with the pandemic. But a similar solution is still missing for the purchases made by the MSMEs - who require such a product for their survival. Download to learn more.
The onset of Covid-19 has impacted people's lives in manners unheard of in any humanitarian crisis in the recent past. The impact has been widespread, spanning both the personal and professional lives of people worldwide. Businesses have seen supply chain disruptions of unimaginable magnitude.The disruption that originated from China in February 2020, followed by the global shutdown, exposed multiple vulnerabilities in business strategies and supply chain everywhere in the world. To keep the show running and address desired supply chain goals, businesses had to find contemporary ways to meet them.In its present form, the global supply chain is still evolving to defy the disruptive forces that Covid brought along and might continue to in the future. As we continue to reel under multiple waves of Covid, international supply chain normalisation looks years away, whereas the domestic supply chain disruptions normalised relatively quickly.
October 24, 2000, was the day when IL&FS created history with the inauguration of the first toll road in India between Halol and Baroda in Gujarat. At that time a group of villagers fought with the local politicians who were protesting against the fee imposed by the tolls. These villagers believed that the toll by IL&FS had various benefits and had transformed their lives with the project The journey of building thousands of kilometres of roads began by acquiring private lands, and with it emerged a fixation about fair compensations of sharing the property and infrastructure.
Finance theory believes that investors decisions are based on profit maximisation. Efficient Markets Hypothesis (EMH), also considered as the heart of traditional finance implies that investors get all of the information without cost. As such, the price of stocks always reveals their fundamental value and is consistent; nonetheless, the reality depicts that investors in the markets are not always rational in their decisions and that other factors might affect them when they are making their investment decisions. Most economic theories are based on the notion that individuals behave rationally and that every existing information is set in the investment process. An efficient market hypothesis is the crux of the assumption.
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