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  • Corporate governance

    1. 1. Corporate Governance<br />Prof. Kagal<br />16th April 2011<br />
    2. 2. Group Member<br /><ul><li>AnsariBushra 03
    3. 3. Ansari Huda 04
    4. 4. Khan Khalid 18
    5. 5. KhwajaParveen 23
    6. 6. Sardar Rashid 40
    7. 7. ShaikhMohd. Jahir 47</li></li></ul><li>Agenda<br />Company's balance sheet.<br />Brief of industry background.<br />Process Flowchart(Strategic,Tactical,Operational<br />Management discussion and its analysis.<br />Disclosed and undisclosed risks its impact on the company and also the solutions to minimize the impact of the risk<br />
    8. 8. Retail Industry<br />
    9. 9. Industry Profile<br /><ul><li>The Indian retail industry is divided into organised and unorganised sectors
    10. 10. India’s retail sector is wearing new clothes and with a three-year compounded annual growth rate of 46.64 per cent
    11. 11. Retail is the fastest growing sector in the Indian economy
    12. 12. India’s retail industry accounts for 10 percent of its GDP and 8 percent of the employment
    13. 13. The Indian retail sector is highly fragmented
    14. 14. Unorganized – 96%
    15. 15. Organized – 4% </li></li></ul><li>Retail Segments<br /><ul><li>Food and Grocery
    16. 16. Apparels
    17. 17. Consumer Durables
    18. 18. Home Décor and furnishing
    19. 19. Jewellery andWatches
    20. 20. Beauty Care
    21. 21. Footwear
    22. 22. Books, Music and gifts</li></li></ul><li>Growth Drivers<br /><ul><li>Higher Disposable Income
    23. 23. Growing Working women population
    24. 24. Adoption of Nuclear Family culture
    25. 25. Baby Boomer Effect
    26. 26. Growth in Urban Population
    27. 27. Robust Outlook towards Branded products
    28. 28. Growth in Retail Malls and various other new Formats
    29. 29. Plastic Money becoming a greater Pie of credit</li></li></ul><li>- The Complete Man<br />
    30. 30. Company Profile<br /><ul><li>Since 1925
    31. 31. Raymond Limited is India’s leading multi-product conglomerate with interests in textiles, garmenting, apparel, retail, lifestyle brands and engineering
    32. 32. The World’s largest integrated manufacturing worsted fabric
    33. 33. Amongst the top player in Denim in the country
    34. 34. In over 55 countries
    35. 35. Poised to become a global denim player
    36. 36. Best apparel company
    37. 37. The choices of international design houses
    38. 38. Luxury lifestyle or formal & leisure wear
    39. 39. Exclusive smart casual & business wear</li></li></ul><li>Company Profile<br /><ul><li>Raymond operations include a 50 percent stake in the J.K. Ansell joint venture, which produces condoms under the Kama Sutra brand.
    40. 40. Raymond also controls J.K. Files & Tools, the world's leading producer of files and rasps.
    41. 41. Raymond itself is the flagship of the Singhania Group, a chemicals producer. </li></li></ul><li>Company Profile<br /><ul><li> 1958 -Terool; a new wool blend
    42. 42. 1968 - a new lightweight wool, Trovine</li></li></ul><li>
    43. 43. Key Financial Indicators<br />
    44. 44. Financial Highlight<br />Rs. In Crores<br />The Board of Directors of the Company have decided not to recommend dividend for the financial year ended March 31, 2010.<br />
    45. 45.
    46. 46. Stock Performance (Indexed)<br />
    47. 47. GAUTAM HARI SINGHANIA, <br />Chairman<br /> Managing Director<br />HARSHAL JAYAVANT,<br />President <br /> Engineering Business<br />SHREYAS JOSHI<br /> President <br /> Group Apparel<br />ANIRUDDHA DESHMUKH<br />President<br />FMCG & Textiles<br /> (Sales & Marketing)<br />S.K. SINGHAL,<br />President <br /> Textiles<br />K.A. NARAYAN,<br />President <br />HR<br />ROBERT LOBO,<br />President (Operations)<br />Group Apparel<br />H. SUNDER, President <br /> Finance & Chief Financial Officer<br />S.L. POKHARNA, President Commercial<br />
    48. 48. Company's Diversification<br /><ul><li> 1985 The company launches the Park Avenue clothing brand
    49. 49. 1991 The company launches production of condoms through a subsidiary.
    50. 50. 1995 Steel production begins
    51. 51. 1996 Condom production is merged into a joint venture with Ansell International.
    52. 52. 1999 The company launches the Parxcasualwear brand
    53. 53. 2000GautamHariSinghania becomes head of the company and leads a restructuring to focus on textile and clothing sales.
    54. 54. 2003 The ColorPlus casual brand is acquired</li></li></ul><li>AVIATION<br />TEXTILE DIVISION<br />FILES & TOOLS DIVISION<br />
    55. 55. TEXTILE DIVISION<br /><ul><li>The Company is the market leader in India & most formidable players in the global markets for high quality suiting fabrics
    56. 56. Preferred supplier to leading international and Indian brands
    57. 57. ‘Raymond’, state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities and a strong Pan-India retail presence in the form of ‘The Raymond Shop’ (‘TRS’).
    58. 58. The Company continues its growth of its retail network of ‘TRS’ in tier 3, 4 and 5 towns.
    59. 59. The Textile Division domestic sales were Rs.1089.29 crores as against Rs.1027.32 crores in FY 2009
    60. 60. During FY 2010 the Company opened 89 new retails stores' </li></li></ul><li>FILES & TOOLS DIVISION<br /><ul><li>The Division manufactures and markets Steel Files, HSS Cutting Tools (mainly drills) and merchandising activities
    61. 61. The Division continues to remain the market leader in the files segment in the domestic market and is amongst the largest producers of Steel Files in the world.
    62. 62. The Division reported net sales of Rs.96.52 crores for the six months ended September 2009 (Previous Year: Rs.111.51 crores for the six months ended September 2008).
    63. 63. Exports lower by 27 per cent (Rs.39.26 crores) over the corresponding period in the previous year due to sluggish markets in Europe and USA.</li></li></ul><li>AVIATION<br /><ul><li>Raymond Ltd. is one of the first Corporate House in India to launch Air Charter Services in India in 1996
    64. 64. Focus is mainly at Corporate Travel Segment providing Convenience, Safety, Comfort and Style.
    65. 65. State-of-the-art Jet Aircraft & Helicopters
    66. 66. fleet of 3 helicopters and 1 executive jet for the busy corporate executive.
    67. 67. Other Services
    68. 68. Flight Assistance Services.
    69. 69. Aviation Consultancy Services.
    70. 70. Operational Management of Aircraft.
    71. 71. Helicopter Maintenance.</li></li></ul><li>PERFORMANCE OF SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES<br />Rs. In Crores<br />Domestic Company<br />
    72. 72. Rs. In Crores<br />Domestic Company<br />
    73. 73. Rs. In Crores<br />Domestic Company<br />
    74. 74. Rs. In Crores<br />Overseas Company<br />
    75. 75. PERFORMANCE OF JOINT VENTURES<br />The manufacturing facilities at Romania operated below its full capacity due to the recessionary pressures in Europe and<br />working capital constraints<br />The Company has established itself as a preferred premium high value shirting supplier to top domestic brands through its continuous design and product innovation and strong emphasis on consumer service. The weak European economy affected its exports.<br />
    76. 76.
    77. 77.
    78. 78. DETAILS OF REMUNERATION PAID TO ALL THE DIRECTORS FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 2010<br />NON-WHOLETIME DIRECTORS<br />No commission is payable to Non-Executive Directors for the financial year 2009-10 due to absence/inadequate profits<br />
    80. 80. RISK MANAGEMENT<br />