Panache Digilife Ltd. Stock Info: As on 2017-08-18 09:35:18
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|Market Cap / Sales Ratio||0.00|
|Basic EPS (Rs.)||46.06|
|Return On Assets||4.00|
|Parameter||Mar-16 (₹ Cr.)||Yoy%change|
|Total share capital||0.30|
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|Cash from operating activities||-1.17|
|Cash from investing activities||-0.28|
|Cash from financing activities||2.28|
|Net change in cash||0.84|
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Moody's downgrades ICICI's future bond sale via Bahrain branch
Ratings agency Moody's today downgraded ratings on ICICI Bank's future bond issuance through its Bahrain branch under the medium term notes (MTN) programme, but retained the ratings on its existing bonds, reported PTI. We have downgraded the provisional ratings on forex currency senior unsecured MTN programme of the bank's Bahrain branch to Ba2 from Baa3, because the forex bond ceiling for Bahrain is now at Ba2, Moody's said in a note. At the same time, we've retained the Baa3 ratings on its forex senior unsecured outstanding debt raised through this branch, Moody's added. When contacted, the bank said the rating action is linked with Bahrain's sovereign rating, and not with ICICI Bank. The rating of the bonds, which have already been issued out of our Bahrain branch, has been reaffirmed. Downgrading of Bahrain's rating would mean that any future bond issuance out of our Bahrain branch would carry a lower rating. We do not intend to make any such issuances, the bank said in a statement. Moody's also downgraded the branch's counterparty risk assessment to Ba1(cr)/not prime (cr) from Baa3(cr)/P-3 (cr), apart from downgrading the local currency country risk ceiling for Bahrain to Ba1. The downgrading of the provisional ratings on the foreign currency senior unsecured MTN programme for the Bahrain branch to Ba2 is solely on account of the forex bond ceiling of Bahrain, which was downgraded to Ba2, it said. Similarly, the downgrading of the branch's CRA is solely on account of the local currency country risk ceilings of Bahrain, which is also downgraded to Ba1. All other ratings under the MTN programme of the bank remain unchanged, Moody's said, adding the outlook on all ratings is stable. On the ratings rationale, the agency said it affirms the ratings on the outstanding forex senior unsecured bonds issued by the Bahrain branch under the MTN programme at Baa3, on the basis of an unconditional standby letter of credit on these outstanding bonds through ICICI's Dubai branch. The features of the standby letter of credit satisfy the key criteria required to achieve full credit substitution. Consequently, ratings of these instruments are in line with Baa3 forex senior unsecured ratings of Dubai branch, it said. It also affirmed the forex senior unsecured debt rating of the Bahrain branch as the only bonds outstanding are those covered by the standby letter of credit.
Usha Martin Education appoints two independent directors
Usha Martin Education & Solutions, engaged in educational support services, on Thursday said Manoj Kumar Vijay and Nitin Sharma have been appointed as the independent and non-executive directors of the company with effective from August 17, 2017. “Manoj Kumar Vijay and Nitin Sharma have been appointed as the Independent and Non-Executive Directors of the Company w.e.f 17th August, 2017,” said Usha Martin Education & Solutions in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange. Meanwhile, shares of company closed day’s trade at Rs 2.16 apiece, down 4.85 per cent, on the Bombay Stock Exchange.
Infosys board to consider Rs 13,000 cr share buyback on Aug 19
The board of Infosys, India's second largest software services firm, will meet on August 19 to consider a Rs 13,000-crore share buyback proposal. The share buyback -- which will be the first in the company's 36-year history -- has been a long standing demand by some of the founders and high-profile former executives, who have been pushing Infosys to return surplus capital to its shareholders. Bowing to the demand, the Bengaluru-based company had in April announced that it will pay up to Rs 13,000 crore to shareholders during the current financial year through dividend and/or share buyback. The IT firm had recently adopted a new Articles of Association that included a provision for buyback. ...The Board of Directors of Infosys Ltd will consider a proposal for buyback of equity shares of the company at its meeting to be held on August 19, 2017, Infosys said in a regulatory filing late last night. It added that the outcome of the board meeting will be disseminated to the stock exchanges after the conclusion of the meeting. The company, however, did not outline the details of the proposed share buyback in the regulatory intimation. Meanwhile, shares of the company closed trading at Rs 1021.15 apiece, up 4.54 per cent from the previous close on BSE.
Axis Bank launches new home loan product
Aiming to ramp up its mortgage book volumes and expecting better credit behaviour, Axis Bank today launched a home loan product that entails waiving off a few EMIs during the course of a loan, reported PTI. The third largest private sector lender will waive off four equated monthly instalments (EMIs) each at the end of the fourth, eighth and the 12th year of a two-year loan. This means that if a borrower takes a 20-year loan, the consumer will get 12 of the EMIs waived off, which the bank claimed will help save Rs 3.09 lakh on a Rs 30-lakh loan. The waivers will be applicable for loans of up to Rs 30 lakh and will be given in the form of reduction in loan tenures, it said, adding that the interest rate stays the same at 8.35 per cent. When asked if it will impact the net interest margin as the total tenure is coming down, executive director Rajiv Anand said the bank will benefit from better credit behaviour and longevity of a loan as pre-payments will be less. But a single missed EMI will disqualify the borrower from getting the benefit, while on the longevity front, the incentives can help reduce prepayments, he said. Asked if this would qualify as a 'teaser loan' about which the regulator has had many concerns in the past, a senior bank official replied in the negative, saying there is no differential rates of interest applied here, which is the typical hallmark of a teaser loan. The bank already has a special product for the affordable housing segment called 'Asha', while the new product is christened 'Shubh Arambh', the official said, adding the former is aimed at the lower income group (of loans up to Rs 25 lakh). At present, Asha loans account for around 5 per cent of its mortgage book, Anand said. As of June, home loans constituted a whopping 44 per cent of the Rs 1.68 trillion retail portfolio of the bank. The new product is aimed at first-time home buyers but can be availed of by those switching lenders as well, Anand said.
Cambridge Technology appraised at CMMI Level 5
Cambridge Technology, a leading global technology company, on Wednesday said that it has been appraised at Level 5 of the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) v1.3 for its services. The appraisal was performed by QAI Consulting. CMMI is a capability improvement approach that provides organizations with the essential elements of effective processes that ultimately improve their performance. An appraisal at maturity level 5 indicates that the organization is performing at an “optimizing” level. At this level, an organization continually improves its processes based on a quantitative understanding of its business objectives and performance needs. The organization uses a quantitative approach to understand the variation inherent in the process and the causes of process outcomes. In order for CT to build a practice that is innovative, it has laid the foundation of a self-learning organization and as part of that CT is continually proud to be one of the ~30 companies appraised at this level for services in India. CT is also one of the few organizations in the world with 100 percent AWS certified Cloud Operations Centre with proven experience of over 10 million instance management hours. “In the past, CT has been appraised at CMM Level 5 v1.1, CMMI Level 5 v1.2, CMMI L5 v1.3 for development and maintenance projects and maintaining this highest level in CMMI for its services,” said Cambridge Technology in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange. In acknowledgment of the achievement, Aashish Kalra, Chairman of CT, commented, “CT achieves a milestone to become a self-learning and innovating organization and being appraised at the highest level of CMMI for our services demonstrates our focus and commitment towards continuous process maturity, innovation and delivering value to our customers. We are continually proud to maintain the highest standards of software quality & engineering in our organization and be part of a select group of global companies appraised at the highest level.”
Panache Digilife SME IPO opens for subscription
Panache Digilife Limited (Formerly known as Vardhaman Technology Ltd., earlier Vardhaman Technology Pvt. Ltd.) is coming out with an initial public offering (IPO) of 18 lakh equity shares of face value of Rs 10 each in a price band Rs 75-81 per equity share. The issue opened on April 11, and will close on April 17, 2017. Panache Digilife is a one stop IT Hardware hub, specialized in manufacturing, distribution and servicing of high quality products. Book running lead manager to the issue is Pantomath Capital Advisors. Compliance Officer for the issue is Jinkle Khimsaria. The shares will be listed on NSE Emerge Platform.
The Company was originally incorporated as ?Vardhaman Technology Private Limited? at Mumbai, Maharashtra as a Private Limited Company under the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 vide Certificate of Incorporation dated March 30, 2007 bearing Corporate Identification Number U72200MH2007PTC169415 issued by Registrar of Companies, Maharashtra, Mumbai. Subsequently, the Company was converted into Public Company pursuant to Shareholders resolution passed at the Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company held on January 23, 2017 and the name of the Company was changed to ?Vardhaman Technology Limited? and a fresh Certificate of Incorporation consequent upon Conversion from Private Company to Public Company dated February 15, 2017 was issued by the Registrar of Companies, Maharashtra, Mumbai. Further, the name of the Company was changed to "Panache Digilife Limited" and a Certificate of Incorporation pursuant to change of name dated February 22, 2017 was issued by the Registrar of Companies, Maharashtra, Mumbai. The Corporate Identification Number (CIN) of the Company is U72200MH2007PLC169415. Nikit Rambhia and Amit Rambhia are the promoters and the initial subscribers to the Memorandum of Association of the Company. KEY EVENTS AND MILESTONES : The following table sets forth the key events and milestones in the history of the Company, since incorporation: 2007 -Incorporation of Company -Acquired ongoing business of M/s. Vardhaman Computers, properitorship concern of Nikit Rambhia 2009 -ISO certificate 9001:2008 2017 -Conversion of Company from Private to Public
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