Most graduates of this country dream of having a job in MNCs, but is it equally exciting to own the shares of these big corporate giants?? Do these companies really care about their investors?? This course will help you to understand the risks associated with these MNCs. Are they worth investing in them? And much more.
What will you learn:
How Foreign companies establish subsidiaries in India.
How foreign companies withdraw money from Indian subsidiaries
Comparison of risks and returns of investing in MNC subsidiaries.
Whether it is worth to invest in Indian subsidiaries of MNCs
MNCs are attractive! Be it working at them or owning a share of them through stocks, MNCs have always been a center of attraction for investors. But are you sure investing in MNCs will actually give you the lucrative returns you're expecting them to? How transparent are the MNCs when it comes to distributing profits to their investors? Is it possible that the Indian subsidiaries of these MNCs do not give a fair share of profit to their shareholders? Especially, to the minority shareholders who have very less stake in the company? MNCs already have a very good perception in the minds of people but is it profitable to invest in their Indian subsidiaries? Do giants like Unilever, P&G that have their presence across different countries, really pass on the benefit to the Indian shareholders of what they earn in India. If you are confused about whether to invest in MNCs or not, this course will help you to make the decision.
This course will try to show you the reality behind investing in subsidiaries of foreign companies by looking at big examples from industries like automobile, FMCG, Cement and Pharma. Finally, the course will compel you to give a thought about whether the risk and return are justified by comparing the returns of Indian subsidiaries with their foreign parent company.
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Specially tailored for the newbies in the domain, there are no prerequisites for this course.
Quick, quicker, quickest! This course falls under the Sprint category and can be completed in 15 minutes duration.
After completing this course, you will be able to understand how unlisted subsidiaries place investors in a dicey position while investing. You will also understand the structure of how MNCs incorporate subsidiaries in India and the concept of royalty paid by them to their parent company.
Since the content of the course is pretty dynamic, we do not provide any certification for it. Trust us, you will definitely love it either-or. Moreover, we have a few very cool specialized courses that offer you Quest & BSE Institute-affiliated certifications. To know the details, please click here.
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