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Behavioural Finance

It is very easy to use behavioural finance as an interesting source of anecdotes and stories about how we’re all ‘irrational’ in amusing ways. This white paper outlines how we at Barclays have used this knowledge to create practical investing applications.

Investors deviate from good investing practice because good long-term investment decisions are invariably uncomfortable along the way. Our behavioural finance approach is not to ignore this human need for comfort, but to acknowledge it and ensure that we can help each of our clients achieve it as efficiently as possible.

Only by having a practical system that addresses their needs for emotional comfort along the journey will investors be able to endure the ride, and get to the end with the sort of returns they should.

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Introduction

An introduction to our White Paper on behavioural finance.

Overcoming the cost of being human

We explore how an investor’s emotions can interfere with a long-term investment strategy.

Behavioural finance matters

In practical terms, Greg B Davies assesses the long-term value of behavioural finance.

Anxiety-adjusted returns

We map our approach to anxiety-adjusted returns – an investment goal that insulates against the inevitable stress of a long-term investment strategy.

Welcome to the zone of anxiety

We all, to our perpetual discomfort, live in the present, in what we call the zone of anxiety – where we are always buffeted by short-term uncertainty.

Cycle of investor emotions

We plot an investor’s probable response to the rise and fall of their investments – to illustrate our emotional responses to the short-term environment.

Know thyself identifying your financial personality

Types of financial personality, and how identifying yours can help you overcome emotional barriers to investment goals

One step ahead of yourself

How we can use our knowledge of behavioural tendencies to make practical changes to investors’ portfolios.

Let s get started

We discuss how to practically implement behavioural finance theory, using a system that makes it easy to deliver the simplest interventions to every client.

Resisting the Siren s song

Homer’s Odyssey and the experience of investing – what we can learn from Ulysses’ defeat of the Sirens.

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The Truth About Guaranteed Car Finance – Stoneacre Approved Finance #honda #motor #finance


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We Don’t Offer Guaranteed Car Finance, But We Do Approve 2-Out-Of-3

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So, what next?

The Truth About Guaranteed Car Finance

‘Guaranteed’ car finance is a highly contentious subject. Although it’s widely promoted by car dealers and online brokers, it’s massively frowned upon by regulators. After all, it’s almost impossible to comprehend how any legitimate lender could actually follow through on such a ‘guarantee’.

In reality, the phrase ‘guaranteed approval’ is simply used in order to tempt customers into applying for finance, at which point the ‘guarantee’ fails to materialize and a significant number of applications are subsequently declined.

So, is guaranteed car finance a scam?

Basically, yes. That’s because dealers and brokers don’t actually control whether or not a customer is approved for car finance. It’s the lenders who have the final say over who they choose to lend their money to, or not.

These decisions are based around a complex set of criteria, something that’s often referred to as a scorecard. Lenders naturally want to make sure the people they lend their money to will be able to repay it; something their business model relies upon. Ultimately, this means there’s absolutely zero chance of everyone being guaranteed car finance by default.

Aside from lenders safeguarding their money, it would also be unethical to approve every car finance application. Lenders would end up lending money to people who clearly aren’t in a position to repay it, pushing people further into debt.

The law on guaranteed car finance

The 2010 consumer credit (advertisements) act states that making false or misleading claims in relation to consumer credit, regardless of intent, is an offense.

Not only that, but the act specifically states that advertisements must not contain the expression ‘loan guaranteed’, or anything similar, unless there are no conditions to the credit worthiness of the borrower. So any dealer or broker promoting ‘guaranteed’ car finance is likely to be in breach of all three principles.

The consequences can range from a slap on the wrist to a full Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) investigation, with subsequent enforcement action. This action can be taken against the broker or dealer and also against senior executives, who themselves have a legal responsibility to ensure their business is compliant.

Given the FCA’s focus on Treating Customers Fairly (TCF), the promotion of guaranteed car finance shouldn’t be happening. However, considering that around 60,000 companies fall within the FCA’s jurisdiction, policing them all must be a mammoth task and it’s conceivable that some will slip through the net. Proof of this can be found by simply browsing dealer and broker websites.

Fees with guaranteed car finance

Adding further insult to injury are those online brokers who not only claim to guarantee a car on finance, but charge an application fee ranging between £35 and £299 for the privilege. Yet even after paying this fee, you aren’t necessarily guaranteed an offer of finance. Even if you are, the rates can be high and you may even be expected to find a guarantor.

That said, some of these brokers do offer a money back guarantee when it comes to the application fee. However, this guarantee is often bound so tightly in terms and conditions that you’d need to be a legal genius to navigate your way to an actual refund.

How Stoneacre can help

As you’d expect, ours is an ethical approach to providing car finance and we’re unable to guarantee an acceptance. However, through our highly trained in-house team and large panel of mainstream and alternative lenders, we can offer a two-out-of-three approval rate. We never ask you to pay an application fee either.

What’s more, we specialise in assisting applicants who’ve had trouble obtaining finance elsewhere, in particular those who have a history of adverse credit. So even if you have one or more defaults, CCJs, or an expired bankruptcy, we may still be able to help you fund the purchase of a new or used car (see: How we approach bad credit ).

For the purpose of this promotion Stoneacre is not acting as a lender but as an independent credit broker working with a panel of lenders. A list of these lenders is available upon request. Stoneacre do not charge a fee for an introduction to a finance provider, however, we may or may not receive a commission.

Decidebloom Ltd t/a Stoneacre, Omega Boulevard, Capitol Park, Thorne, DN8 5TX, is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Our FCA number is 308726. You can verify this by visiting the FCA website or by contacting the FCA on 0854 606 9966.

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Welcome To Any Car Online

Welcome to the website of Any Car Online, one of the UK’s leading Independent car leasing and finance specialists. If you’re looking for a new car or van, or even a fleet of vehicles, you have come to the right place. With a full range of vehicle finance and leasing options to buy or lease for both private and business clients. We are able to provide you funding if you or your business has a good credit history, or even if things haven’t been so good. We can still provide you with vehicle funding if you have had a Poor or Bad Credit history, including, Late Payments, Defaults, County Court Judgements (CCJ’s), Debt Management Programs (DMP’s), Bankruptcy or Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVA’s). If you are a tenant, a new start business or a business with poor accounts obtaining credit can sometimes appear impossible. Not through us. We can still provide you with the vehicle you require.

Any Car Online provides you with access to the very best deals and low prices through our relationship with manufacturers and large national panel of car dealers. As we use a most of the UK’s most competitive vehicle finance companies, we are able to provide you with the funder that will give you the best deal and help make sure you pay as little as possible for your chosen vehicle.

Providing national coverage, our cars can be delivered to any address in the UK. Many of our cars are in stock ready for delivery in a matter of days.

When you enquire with us, you will be allocated a consultant who will deal with you from start to finish, helping you choose the right finance and leasing options. If you wish, we’ll even help you choose the right make and model of car. We will treat you as a real person and not just as another phone call into a call centre.

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Financial Times ranking of best MBA business schools in Europe #car #finance #melbourne


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These are the 27 best universities in Europe to do an MBA, according to the Financial Times

Doing an MBA is often the path to a high-level job and a big salary in the world of business. But choosing where to go can be difficult.

The FT’s Global MBA ranking for 2016 took loads of data from business schools, including average salaries, the increase in salary its graduates see three years after finishing their degree, and the percentage of grads in work three months after finishing school. It then collated that data to create a list of the 100 best business schools in the world for doing an MBA.

Many of the top schools are in the US, but Business Insider UK picked out the best schools in Europe.

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27. (94 out of 100) Grenoble Ecole de Management — The lowest-ranked French school on the list, in the Alpine town of Grenoble, has an average alumni salary of $93,680, and MBA holders get a salary increase of 80%.

26. (92 out of 100) Birmingham Business School — The business school of England’s second city is the lowest-ranked European MBA programme where graduates earn more than $100,000 on average. Graduates tend to bring in a salary of $103,344.

25. (84 out of 100) EDHEC Business School — The school, which is based in Lille, France, but teaches its MBA course in the coastal town of Nice, is another new entry onto the FT’s list. People holding an MBA from EDHEC can expect their salary to swell by 66% after graduating.

24. (79 out of 100) Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School at University College Dublin — The only Irish college on the FT’s list falls six places from 73rd overall in last year’s ranking. On average, Smurfit MBAs bring in $107,185 per year in wages.

23. (66 out of 100) Durham University Business School — Not only is Durham one of the UK’s best universities in general, but it is also home to one of the world’s best MBA programmes, climbing 13 places overall. The average graduate will enjoy a 77% rise in their salary after completing their MBA.

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22. (64 of 100) European School of Management and Technology — One of just two German business schools on this list, the Berlin-based ESMT has fallen one place overall this year. Graduates earn a 62% salary increase and average earnings of $107,234.

21. (63 out of 100) University of Strathclyde Business School — Strathclyde is home to the highest-ranking MBA programme in Scotland, having jumped a massive 17 places in the worldwide ranking.

20. (60 out of 100) University of St Gallen — The 120-year-old university in Switzerland offers MBA holders an average salary of $112,940 per year after graduation, and an average increase in salary of 60%.

19. (57 out of 100) Cranfield School of Management — Unlike most universities on this list, Cranfield does not take undergraduates, allowing it to focus solely on postgraduate courses like MBAs. This year the university has dropped by 12 places in the FT’s overall ranking. MBA grads earn an average of $116,604.

18. (49 out of 100) Mannheim Business School — Mannheim’s MBA programme is officially the best in Germany, according to the FT rankings. This position is helped by average earnings of $109,622 and a salary bump of 79% after graduation.

17. (46 out of 100) Warwick Business School — Located in central England, Warwick has a stellar list of alumni, including the former CEO of Burger King and Heinz and Ralf Speth, the boss of Jaguar Land Rover. Warwick MBAs can expect to earn upwards of $122,287 per year.

16. (42 out of 100) Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University — Rotterdam’s management school is the only Dutch university to make the MBA rankings. Well-known alumni include Bart Brecht, the former CEO of FTSE 100 consumer-goods company Reckitt Benckiser. The average Rotterdam MBA earns $107,998.

15. (40 out of 100) The Lisbon MBA — Portugal’s best business school is the only one in the country to make this list. An MBA from the school gets the average graduate a doubled salary within three years of graduation.

14. (38 out of 100) Alliance Manchester Business School — Part of the University of Manchester, the Alliance School offers MBA graduates the chance to earn $117,918 per year after they finish their degree. It fell by three places in this year’s ranking, dropping from 35th place last year.

13. (37 out of 100) Cass Business School at City University London — Cass, named after 17th-century merchant Sir John Cass, ranks as Britain’s sixth-best business school and has jumped eight places in the overall ranking this year, after placing 45th last year. The average Cass MBA holder earns $121,402 per year and can expect an 82% increase in their salary.

T12. (35 out of 100) Imperial College Business School — Imperial has a reputation as a great university for the sciences, but its business school is also one of the best on the planet. MBA graduates from Imperial earn an average of $112,301.

T12. (35 out of 100) Lancaster University Management School — Lancaster’s MBA programme soared by 15 places in the worldwide ranking this year, thanks to the big increase in salary seen by its graduates. They can expect to earn 111% more three years after getting their advanced degree.

10. (28 out of 100) Saïd Business School at University of Oxford — Oxford may be one of the best universities in the UK, but it drops down the list this year. In 2015, the Saïd school ranked 22nd overall on the FT’s list. Eighty-two percent of MBA grads are in a job three months after graduating, according to the FT’s ranking.

9. (25 out of 100) SDA Bocconi School of Management — The Bocconi School of Management in Milan is officially the best business school in Italy, according to the FT. It has climbed one place in this year’s list.

8. (23 out of 100) Esade Business School — Esade, in Barcelona, Spain, has fallen by four places from 19th overall last year, but graduates can still expect a salary of $132,119, an increase of 117%.

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7. (16 out of 100) IESE Business School — Short for “Instituto de Estudios Superiores de la Empresa,” IESE is within the University of Navarra. It hasn’t had a great year, though, and despite MBA graduates earning an average of $140,185, it fell all the way from seventh overall in 2015 to 16th this year. It experienced the biggest fall on this list.

6. (15 out of 100) HEC Paris — Situated in the southern suburbs of Paris, HEC is France’s second highest-rated business school for doing an MBA. Graduates are relatively poorly paid, however, earning a measly $134,299.

5. (13 out of 100) IMD — Short for “International Institute for Management Development,” IMD, in Lausanne, Switzerland, climbs seven places to 13th overall in 2016. Graduates don’t get a massive salary increase, though, just 83%.

4. (12 out of 100) IE Business School — Located in Madrid, IE is officially the best business school in Spain, according to the Financial Times. People with MBAs from IE earn an average of $159,266.

3. (10 out of 100) Cambridge Judge Business School — Ranked as the second-best business school in the UK, Judge MBA grads can expect a salary increase of 95% and an average wage of $156,323.

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2. (3 out of 100) London Business School — Officially the best business school in the UK, according to the FT, London Business School has nonetheless fallen by one place this year. MBA graduates have the lowest salary of any in the top 10 overall, earning $154,150 per year.

1. (1 out of 100) INSEAD — The world’s best business school is officially INSEAD, which jumps to the top spot from fourth place overall in 2015. It has campuses in France, Singapore, and Abu Dhabi. Well-known alumni include Tidjane Thiam, CEO of Credit Suisse, and Lloyds boss Antonio Horta Osorio. The average MBA grad earns $166,510, and increases their salary by 96% after leaving.

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Sundaram Finance Reviews #cheap #finance


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Sundaram Finance Reviews

Having good customer service. Customer satisfaction is very High. Good Brand Image in Market

1 Personal Growth is very low
2 No Clarity of Internal policies
3 Too Many Bosses
4 No Transparent appraisals ,Done only on face to face basis
5 Very Conservative
6 So much work pressure
7 No separate departments Business collections operations and customer service to be taken care by single employee which is so pathetic
8 Very Week in digital marketing
9 Very low salary compared to industry

Advice to Management

1 Pls change with the changing scenario
2 Separate employees for every vertical at branch level
3 One boss should be there
4 Transparent Appraisal System should be in place

Being a 60 year old company, needless to comment on the pros. attrition rate is very less. Company has a very good culture. Employees are treated as human beings. Work life balance is good. Salary will be on time. No doubt. Corp finance dep is an excellent dep. Clients are quite satisfied. Very good management. Company gives importance to learning and spends time on training the employees. Prayer/pooja is done every friday. Good to join as a fresher.

Salary is low when compared to others. No incentives or very less incentives. Company follows traditional processes. Politics does exist in every department. Low market share since the company is risk averse. At times dominated by the Brahmin community but other are not ill treated.

Advice to Management

Management is easily approachable. very supportive. One advice to them is to expand their areas of finance opportunities.

The best reason for one could be the fact that it gives you a genuine package in the starting .The tiresome experience of handling both front office and back office can equip a person for better performance in banks

The biggest issue that an MBA person finds is the non congruency between the studies which he did and its applicability .The collection part is worst as it doesnt help a lot and even if you collect money from the customers it doesnt bring lot of pride .Besides all this there is a zero growth for minimum 4 years which can frustate an employee.

Advice to Management

I think the company must really shuffle the job profile so that people can gain a lot of learning .The company should really give a thought about the salary structure and must make it lucid .


Medical finance #truck #finance


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Once-failing hospitals say accountability, transparency key to surviving fallout from failing patient safety grades When Leapfrog released their Spring 2016 patient safety grades recently, 15 hospitals got slapped with a very public ‘F’ grade casting a spotlight on them that no institution wants.

Healthcare mergers and acquisitions in 2016: Running list While 2015 was a record-breaking year in healthcare mergers and acquisitions, 2016 is also poised for more change as organizations across the industry adjust and adapt to the evolving financial landscape.

Analyze this: Health systems, health plans get to the core of big data Pamela Peele knows that people who subscribe to cooking magazines have a much higher risk of going to the emergency room. But how she knows that is a whole other story.

Clinical Quality Measures 101 Although quality-reporting programs such as meaningful use provide incentives to help providers implement and use electronic health records (EHRs) to collect and report on clinical data, practices often need help deciding what data to collect, which measures to report.

Credible, Defensible Estimates In healthcare, every interaction with the patient matters. Especially in today’s environment of continuous improvement, efforts have been concentrated on coordination among providers, the patient care experience and quality outcomes – all laudable goals.

Gaining Actionable Insight into Financial Systems and Areas Impacting the Revenue Cycle Hospital systems across the country are looking to streamline their billing and collection processes to become more efficient and better compete in their markets. The challenge many face is how to turn the data.


0% Finance on Mountain Bikes – Road Bikes #dept #of #finance


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0% Finance Bikes at Hargroves Cycles

Pay monthly and spread the cost of your bike or any qualifying product.

At Hargroves Cycles purchasing with finance couldn’t be easier, enabling you to spread the cost of your new bike or cycling equipment from 6 to 36 months and pay nothing in interest.
We offer finance options on all bikes over £275.00 and depending on the items you’ve selected, you could be presented with either interest free 0% finance or our Classic Credit option

Instant Online Decision

All items available with finance will display messaging containing further information on all available options.

Add Parts,Clothing & Accessories

Buy a product eligible for finance, and add anything else to the same application

No deposit required

Get the bike of your dreams with no deposit to pay (but the higher the deposit the lower the monthly repayments!)

Classic Credit

We are now offering Classic Credit (15.9% APR) on sale bikes. This means you can take advantage of our excellent sale prices and spread the payments over 12, 24 or 36 months with no deposit to pay.

How To Purchase On Finance

Step 1. Add items to your basket

All items available with finance will display messaging containing further information on all available options.

Step 2. Checkout using V12 Retail Finance as your payment method

Choose from the range of finance options available to you. You will be given a breakdown of your monthly payment, deposit due and the overall cost of your purchase.

Step 3. Complete your online finance application

A quick and easy process that takes just minutes to complete. As soon as your application is approved we’ll process your order.

Step 4. Wait for your goodies to arrive

This is probably the hardest part, but don’t worry your patience will be rewarded with shiny new things.

Frequently asked questions

  • You are over 18 and in receipt of a regular income
  • You have a good credit history with no late payments, debt relief orders, CCJ’s, IVA’s or bankruptcies
  • You are a permanent UK resident and able to supply a UK address history for the last 3 years
  • be either: in full time employment (i.e. 16 hours, or more, per week); or self-employed; or retired and over 50 years of age;or in receipt of an invalidity or disability allowance

Meeting this criteria does not guarantee acceptance. Applications from students (unless employed at least 16 hours per week), or unemployed single house persons will not be considered. Applications also welcome from retired individuals, in receipt of a private or company pension (aged 50 or over at date of application).

How quickly will my application be approved?

All finance decisions will be made within a few minutes. Once you are approved, we will contact you (during working hours Monday to Friday) to arrange delivery.

Will you search my credit score?

Yes. Credit scoring is the process used by financial services companies to evaluate the credit risk of new applicants. This technique will be applied to your application for online finance. Credit scoring works by awarding points for each answer given on the application form such as age, income and occupation, together with information obtained from credit reference agencies. This information allows us to produce consistent decisions, ensuring all our applicants are treated fairly. Credit scoring does not discriminate on the grounds of sex, race, religion, disability or colour.

Why was I declined?

In addition to credit scoring, confirmation of your identity, validation of certain application details, existing commitments and information held at the credit reference agencies are all taken into account. Though you will not be provided with a main reason for decline of your application, it is usually based on one, or a combination of the following:

  • Your credit score (note that every finance company will score you differently)
  • Adverse credit reference agency information
  • You are considered to be overcommitted
  • You are aged under 18
  • Your existing account performance with other lenders

Can I re-apply if my finance application is unsuccessful?

Yes. We acknowledge that your circumstances change and just because a previous application has been refused, it does not mean that a further request will be automatically turned down. We do suggest, however, that you leave at least 6 months between applications.

Can I request delivery to an address other than my home?

In order to safeguard against fraudulent applications, we regret that we’re only able to deliver goods to the home address of the applicant.

Can I change my order after applying for finance?

To ensure your chosen products are correctly delivered to you, if you need to change your order in any way, we will need to cancel your order and re-key it as if it were new. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. If you’ve already received confirmation of approval for online finance via Rutland Cycling, by the time you decide to change your order, then the decision will stand from your original application so long as the order value has not increased. If however, you then go on to make subsequent orders funded via online finance, then each will be treated as a new application and will be processed in the normal way.


Sundaram Finance Stock Price and Quotes – Sundaram Finance Company Profile #behavioural #finance


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Stocks

Bharat Financial Services, Bajaj Finance and Gruh Finance are three of the most expensive stocks in the banking and finance sector.

Shareholding for the Period Ended March 31, 2016

Sundaram Finance Ltd has submitted to BSE the Shareholding Pattern for the Period Ended March 31, 2016. For more details, kindly Click here

Shareholding for the Period Ended June 30, 2016

Sundaram Finance Ltd has submitted to BSE the Shareholding Pattern for the Period Ended June 30, 2016. For more details, kindly Click here

NBFCs currently command price-to-book multiples of four to eight at a time when some of the leading private sector banks trade at multiples of one-and-ahalf to four.

Public Notice under Reg. 47 of SEBI (LODR) Regulations, 2015

Sundaram Finance Ltd has submitted to BSE a copy of Public Notice published on June 27, 2016 under Regulation 47 of SEBI (LODR) Regulations, 2015.

AGM on July 22, 2016

Sundaram Finance Ltd has informed BSE that the 63rd Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Company will be held on July 22, 2016.

Fixes Book Closure for Final Dividend & A G M

Sundaram Finance Ltd has informed BSE that the Register of Members & Share Transfer Books of the Company will remain closed from July 08, 2016 to July 22, 2016 (both days inclusive) for the purpose of Payment of Final Dividend & 63rd Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Company. The final dividend, if approved by the shareholders, will be paid on July 25, 2016.

Outcome of Board Meeting – Grant of Stock Options

Sundaram Finance Ltd has informed BSE that the Board of Directors of the Company at its meeting held on May 30, 2016 granted 14,400 Stock Options under the Sundaram Finance Employee Stock Option Scheme – 2008 (SFESOS) to eligible employees. The Options entitle them to acquire equal number of equity shares of Rs. 10/- each of the Company from Sundaram Finance Employees Welfare Trust The Options can be exercised anytime during June 01, 2017 to August 31, 2017 at an exercise price of Rs. 10/- per share.

Disbursements for the company for the year ending March 31, grew by 14 per cent to Rs 11,444 crore from Rs 10,012 crore registered during previous fiscal.

Board recommends Final Dividend

Sundaram Finance Ltd has informed BSE that the Board of Directors of the Company at its meeting held on May 30, 2016, inter alia, has recommended a final dividend of Rs. 1/- per share (10%) for the financial year ended March 31, 2016, on the paid-up capital of Rs. 111.10 Cr. This, together with the interim dividend of Rs. 4.50/- per share (45%) paid on February 17, 2016 and 2nd interim dividend of Rs. 5.50/- per share (55%) paid on March 22, 2016 will make a total dividend of Rs. 11/- per share (110%) for the financial year ended March 31, 2016.

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About Company

Sundaram Finance Ltd. incorporated in the year 1954, is a Large Cap company (having a market cap of Rs 16,096 Cr.) operating in Finance sector.

Sundaram Finance Ltd. key Products/Revenue Segments include Income From Financial Services which contributed Rs 2112.46 Cr to Sales Value (91.35% of Total Sales),Lease Rentals which contributed Rs 103.12 Cr to Sales Value (4.45% of Total Sales),Interest which contributed Rs 72.76 Cr to Sales Value (3.14% of Total Sales),Other Services which contributed Rs 13.43 Cr to Sales Value (0.58% of Total Sales),Income From Sale Of Share Securities which contributed Rs 10.67 Cr to Sales Value (0.46% of Total Sales), for the year ending 31-Mar-2016.

The company s management includes Mr.T T Srinivasaraghavan, Mr.V Ananthanarayanan, Mr.V K Raman, Mr.Venkatesh Kumaraswami, Ms.Shobhana Ramachandhran, Mr.A N Raju, Mr.Aroon Raman, Mr.C Balasubramanian, Mr.D Ravindran, Mr.G Vaikuntam, Mr.H Venkatesan, Mr.Harsha Viji, Mr.K Sankarakumar, Mr.M J Kulkarni, Mr.M Ramaswamy, Mr.N Ramachandran, Mr.N Venkataramani, Mr.P N Venkatachalam, Mr.P Viswanathan, Mr.P Viswanathan, Mr.S Balasubramanian, Mr.S Mahalingam, Mr.S Prasad, Mr.S Ram, Mr.S Ravindran, Mr.S Ravindran, Mr.S Sivakumar, Mr.S Sridhar, Mr.S Srinivasan, Mr.S Viji.

Company has Brahmayya Co. as its auditors. As on 30-Jun-2016, the company has a total of 111,103,860 shares outstanding.

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