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News & Views - Kotak Mahindra Bank

Investor Education & Protection Fund now has substantial stakes in companies, thanks to the rightful owners not claiming these shares as their own |
Here's a list of stocks that fell big but bounced back much bigger |
Mutual fund houses shelled out Rs 8533 crore as commission in FY18. Here's a detailed report |
Banking on a process driven approach, Mahesh Patil is an expert picker of growth opportunities |
Manish Sonthalia, CIO, and Director and Head Equities, PMS, Motilal Oswal AMC says, I look out for structural businesses as opposed to cyclicals and global cyclicals |
Most public sector banks have bloated bad loans and very few of them are actually growing the loan books |
A pause for breath after the 80% jump in FY 15. NJ IndiaInvest displaces HDFC bank to take the top spot |
Investment managers point out the importance of domestic consumption to the Indian economy and the positive effect of the lower CAD |
An analysis of stock market transactions reveals that FIIs and domestic institutions are taking contrasting views on sectors |
As Kotak Mahindra Bank continues to digest its merger with ING Vysya Bank, investors have marked down the premium they were willing to shell out for owning the lender |
Let the government come down to 25 per cent, across all sectors, says Uday Kotak, executive vice-chairman and managing director, Kotak Mahindra Bank |
Investors would, however, continue to watch how smoothly the integration with ING Vysya Bank proceeds |
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