Inside India's Best Known Companies brought to you by Accenture returns! And on this season, Mini Menon puts the spotlight on the companies that will power the next phase of growth for the economy and will be ‘Remoulding India’
September 7: Saloni Shukla of Bloomberg TV India caught up with Patrik Antoni, Country Communications Manager, India and spoke in length about the road ahead for Ikea and its plans of Make in India.
June 26: JSW Infra and GMR Infra had opted for the 5:25 route in a bid to refinance their debt. These 2 companies are only the latest of corporate India that is going the 5:25 way - an option that was available since a year ago. So why is India Inc flocking to this mode now? Is it a more viable option to refinance loans? Sunanda Jayaseelan discusses more with Pradeep Kumar, Managing Director & Group Executive of Corporate Banking at SBI.
June 25: In the season finale, policy makers like Amitabh Kant and industry veterans like YC Deveshwar, Arundhati Bhattacharya, AM NAik, Baba Kalyani, RC Bhargava and Kishore Biyani share their vision for India and ideas on ‘Remoulding’ it.
June 22: B Ashok, the chairman of India’s largest oil marketing company - Indian Oil joins Mini Menon to discuss on the heels of the OPEC meet in Vienna and how things were looking after the world’s biggest oil producers decided to keep production high.
June 5: As one of the world’s fastest growing markets for mobile handsets, global companies are focusing more on India, giving tough competition to homegrown players here. Can India become a global hub for manufacturing mobile phones? Catch Sanjay Kapoor, Chairman, Micromax Informatics as he discusses the road ahead for Micromax and the role it will play in ‘Remoulding’ India.
June 1: The retail sector has seen some big ticket deals in the last few weeks. But has consumer sentiment really changed on the ground? Catch India’s ‘retail king’ Group CEO of Future Group, Kishore Biyani as he talks about how things are looking for the sector, the larger strategy behind the merger with Bharti Retail and how traditional retailers are dealing with growing competition from e-commerce players.
May 22: RC Bhargava, Chairman of Maruti Suzuki, India’s largest auto company, joins Mini Menon to discuss the challenges ahead, strategy for new products and the learnings from the success of India’s largest car maker which could make ‘Make In India’ really take off.
As the ‘Make in India’ drive gathers pace, can India create a manufacturing ecosystem that is scalable as well as sustainable? Can companies like Thermax lead the way here? Mini Menon discusses the challenges and opportunities on the way ahead with MS Unnikrishnan, MD & CEO, Thermax.
May 2: Bisleri is a brand that has become almost synonymous with the packaged water category in India over the decades. Ramesh Chauhan, CMD, Bisleri talks to Mini Menon about the challenges of doing business in India, competition from global FMCG giants and Bisleri’s plans to enter new segments and new markets.
ADANI TRANSMISSION Q3
Net Sales at Rs 1540 Cr Vs Rs 508 Cr, up 3x
Total Income at Rs 1,808 Cr vs Rs 734 Cr, 2.5x
EBITDA at Rs 1462 Cr Vs Rs 475 Cr, up 3x
EBITDA margins at Rs 95% vs 93.5%
PAT Rs 842 Cr vs Rs 99.3 Cr, up 8x
All results are Consol & comparable YoY
DCB BANK Q3 REVIEW
PAT at Rs 57 Cr vs 51 Cr up 11.8%
NII at Rs 250 Cr vs 209 Cr up 19.6%
Non-Interest Income at Rs 75 Cr vs 64 Cr, up 17.2%
Operating Profit at Rs 123 Cr vs 109 Cr, up 12.8%
Net Interest Margin at 4.12% vs 3.95% YoY
All results are comparable YoY
TATA SPONGE Q3 REVIEW
Net Sales up 36% at Rs 214.5 Cr Vs Rs 157.6 Cr
EBITDA up 3.1x at Rs 59.8 Cr Vs Rs 19.4 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 27.9% V 12.3%
Net Profit up 3.3x at Rs 36 Cr Vs Rs 11 Cr
Other Income up 36% at Rs 11.7 Cr Vs Rs 8.6 Cr
All figures are standalone and comparable YoY
THIRUMALAI CHEMICALS Q3 REVIEW
Net Sales up 6.9% at Rs 254.8 Cr Vs Rs 238.4 Cr
EBITDA up 80% at Rs 70.1 Cr Vs Rs 39 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 27.5% vs 16.4%
Net Profit up 2.3x at Rs 43.2 cr vs Rs 18.8 cr
All figures are comparable YoY
SREI INFRA Q3 REVIEW
AUM at Rs 44971 Cr Vs Rs 37505 Cr, Up 20%
Disbursements at Rs 5731 Cr Vs Rs 4812 Cr, Up 19%
Total Income at Rs 1411 Cr Vs Rs 1134 Cr, Up 24%
Calc NII at Rs 645 Cr Vs Rs 419 Cr, Up 54%
PAT at Rs 105 Cr Vs Rs 67 Cr, Up 56%
All results are comparable YoY