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Tips For Advisors

Those tasks cover everything from trading transactions to regulatory compliance, customer relationship software, office software and management of your practice’s web site.

You’ve got three choices: become a broker-dealer in addition to being an advisor, or partner with an outside broker-dealer, or take a job at a broker-dealer where you can run your advisory practice.

Which route should you take? On the one hand, partnering or taking a job with an established broker-dealer gives you access to financial management products, front- and back-office technology and other forms of client support. On the other hand, the whole point to establishing your own practice is to enjoy as much freedom and independence as possible.

Insurance Stocks Lower

Trading in shares of roofing suppliers, home-goods retailers, window makers and insurance stocks was active Thursday, as Hurricane Matthew churned over the Bahamas en route for Florida, where it’s expected to make landfall as a category 4 storm by Friday.

Matthew had strengthened to Category 4 from Category 3 by mid morning, according to the National Hurricane Center, with maximum sustained winds of 140 miles an hour. Hurricane warnings are in effect for parts of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina, and governors of all three states have declared states of emergency. The storm is expected to dump up to 12 inches of rain and may cause flash floods and mudslides.

Stock To Top Management

Proxy advisory firms are protesting engineering conglomerate Larsen & Toubro (L&T)’s generous stock options issued to its top management, during the listing process of its two subsidiaries — L&T Infotech and L&T Technology Services.

“L&T’s executive directors have been opportunistic — they have generously issued themselves stock options at face value from subsidiaries before their initial public offerings (IPOs),” noted a report by proxy advisory firm Institutional Investor Advisory Services (IiAS) on Thursday.

Stock options issued in L&T Infotech increased 76 per cent from 1,800,000 prior to the company filing its Draft Red Herring Prospectus (DRHP) in April 2016 to 3,166,900 prior to the company filing the red herring prospectus (RHP) June data from IiAS report show. L&T Infotech was listed on the bourses on July 21. The report attributed a notional gain of Rs 316.26 crore from these stock options.

“In the case of Infotech, 35 per cent of the employee stock ownership plan (ESOPs) granted have been to the board, and 19 per cent of the total pool has been granted to the non-executive directors belonging to the L&T board,” IiAS said in its report.

“In July 2016, none of the top officials of L&T held any stock option in the company prior to its filing of its DRHP. However, by the time of filing for the RHP in August 2016, 4,145,000 stock options were issued, data shared in the IiAS report show. The report attributed a notional gain of Rs Rs.355.64 crore from these stock options. “In TechServices case, 53% of the total pool has been granted to its board, and 36% of the total pool has been granted to L&T’s board member,” the IiAS report said.

“The report is malicious and intended to mislead. In case of Tech services, the number of shares of ESOPs was mentioned in the DRHP. Allotments of the ESOPs took place before the RHP was filed,” a L&T spokesperson said. Shriram Subramanian, managing director for proxy advisory firm Ingovern has raised similar concerns on stock options. “We have always maintained stock options cannot be given as compensation to the senior management. Large percentage of the stock options going to the senior management is not something we are in favour on,” Subramanian said. Concerned officials from the third proxy firm Stakeholders Empowerment Services (SECS) could not be reached for immediate comment.

World’s 20 best places to invest in property

The past few years have been sobering for global property. Falling house prices have torpedoed buy-to-let markets all over the world. But millions of Britons are still tempted by the dream of buying a property in the sun, spending their holidays there and converting it into a nice little earner in their old age. Sinking hard cash into an overseas property always comes with risks. Yet there are a number of destinations where investing now looks far more attractive than 12 months ago. Some markets that nosedived – for example, Spain – show signs of bottoming out, and offer good value again. In other parts of the world, such as the Caribbean, overseas buyers are being targeted with significant tax incentives. Here are 20 hot spots where investors in all price brackets can find good value in 2014.

Barcelona, Spain

A city perceived as a magnet for beautiful people will always buck national trends. This probably explains why Barcelona is looking a better bet than the still struggling Costas. Alex Vaughan of Lucas Fox reports sales turnover is up by 250 per cent on a year ago. The Spanish government is wooing overseas buyers, and stylish two-bedroom apartments in classic buildings are available for about £400,000. This could be the perfect time to invest in a buy-to-let property in a landmark European city.

French Riviera

The French property market was in the doldrums, but has been given a welcome fillip by the recent 25 per cent cut in capital gains tax. This has induced many high-end sellers to offload their properties, while the going is good. “The top end of the market will certainly continue to flourish, and we have seen a surge in inquiries for St Tropez, Cap d’Antibes and Cap Ferrat,” says Tim Swannie of Home Hunts.

On the market: Six-bedroom villa at St Jean Cap Ferrat, £13.3m with Home Hunts

Modi’s ‘Make In India’ racks up $222 billion

week-long “Make in India” fair closed on Thursday with $222 billion in investment pledges, but thin attendance by foreign firms at the event launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi means many are unlikely to actually happen.
The Mumbai jamboree was the biggest in India, but earlier events such as the “Vibrant Gujarat” launched by Modi when he led the state have only seen 13 percent of deals implemented, according to independent research.

Amitabh Kant, Secretary of India’s Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), told reporters investment commitments had reached 15.2 trillion rupees ($222 billion).

The commitments fell some way short of the 25 trillion rupees announced at the three-day Vibrant Gujarat event a year ago.

ant said he expected 80-85 percent of the pledges to convert into serious business, much of it from foreign investors. It can take 18 months to three years for a memorandum of understanding to yield a final investment, he added.

How To Trade Forex On News Releases

One of the great advantages of trading currencies is that the forex market is open 24 hours a day.Economic data tends to be one of the most important catalysts for short-term movements in any market, but this is particularly true in the currency market, which responds not only to U.S. economic news, but also to news from around the world. With at least eight major currencies available for trading at most currency brokers and more than 17 derivatives of them, there is always some piece of economic data slated for release that traders can use to inform the positions they take. Generally, no less than seven pieces of data are released daily from the eight major currencies or countries that are most closely followed. So for those who choose to trade news, there are plenty of opportunities. Here we look at which economic news releases are released when, which are most relevant to forex (FX) traders, and how traders can act on this market-moving data.

 

Can higher fiscal deficit revive investment

Advance estimates of national income for 2015-16 were released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) on 8 February. The press note from CSO shows total gross fixed capital formation (GFCF) is expected to be Rs.39.82 trillion, compared with Rs.38.44 trillion for the year 2014-15.

In 2011-12, GFCF as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) was 33.6%. It is estimated to be around 30% of GDP in 2015-16. Ahead of Budget 2016-17, lack of investment demand is a major macroeconomic concern.

During the last five years, the share of capital formation in manufacturing remained constant at around 18%. The share of investments in other key sectors, namely, construction, transport and storage and communication services, have also declined. Decline in investment in these critical sectors only indicates that all is not well with the economy.

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