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HDIL- An overview
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HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
HDIL- An overview
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HDIL- An overview

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An overview of HDIL as a company through it's balancesheet and other financial reports

An overview of HDIL as a company through it's balancesheet and other financial reports

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  • 1. TEAM MEMBERS Devesh Bhuwad Harshit Bhinde Meghana BhogleAishwarya Bhavsar Nihar Bhuva
  • 2. INTRODUCTIONHousing Development & Infrastructure Limited (HDIL) has established itself as one of India’s premier real estatedevelopment companies, with significant operations in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Projects spanning various aspects of real estate Slum rehabilitation projects
  • 3. VISIONTo be an icon in the Infrastructure and Real estate development sector
  • 4. MISSION To be an icon in Infrastructure & Real Estate Development, defining :•Quality•Marksmanship•Customer Satisfaction
  • 5. HISTORYA part of the Wadhawan Group, which was founded by the late Mr. Dewan Kuldip Singh Wadhawan in 1973 Company was incorporated on July 25, 1996 as HousingDevelopment and Improvement India Private Limited, withthe objective of developing large-scale real estate projects including residential, commercial and retail projects
  • 6. MILESTONES•2001 : "The Mall" project in Malad, Mumbai•2004 : Purchase of 30 acres of land from Automobile Products India•2005 : "Dreams" project•2006 : MoU with the Adani Group for the sale of rights in land measuring 1.7 million sq. feet at BKC•2007 :HDIL enters into MOU for purchase of property belonging to Kilburn Engineering•2010 -HDIL launches Metropolis Tower with a prestigious deal with Future Group
  • 7. SUBSIDIARIESHDIL Entertainment HDIL Leisures
  • 8. COMPANY POLICIES•Honesty & Integrity•Conflict of Interest•Compliance•Confidentiality of information•Insider Trading•Protection of Assets•Health, Safety & Environment•Quality Policy•Responsibility towards Shareholders
  • 9. PROJECTS UNDERWAY COMMERCIAL Metropolis Tower Premier Harmony RESIDENTIAL Harmony Metropolis Residences Majestic TowerINDUSTRIAL HDIL Industrial Park
  • 10. FINANCIAL OVERVIEW
  • 11. 60.00% MARKET CAPITALISATION50.00% 48.38%40.00% 31.32%30.00%20.00% 9.70%10.00% 5.70% 4.90% 0.00% DLF Oberoi realty Godrej proper HDIL Others
  • 12. HEADS OF INCOME (Rs.4333 Cr) Other income 3% Net SalesStock adjustments 41% 56%
  • 13. HEADS OF EXPENDITURE (Rs.3190 Cr) Miscellaneous 4% Employee cost 1% Mfg. expenses 95%
  • 14. SOURCES OF FUNDS (Rs.13832 Cr) Share application Equity share money capital 2% 3%Secured loans 30% Reserves 65%
  • 15. APPLICATION OF FUNDS (Rs.13832 Cr) Net block Capital WIP 1% 1%CL & provisions Investments 11% 4% CA, loans & advances 83%
  • 16. 2,500.00 2,379.87 NET SALES (Cr)2,000.00 1,802.64 1,719.29 1,491.991,500.00 1,203.451,000.00 500.00 0.00 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 17. 1600.00 PROFIT AFTER TAX (Cr) 1410.511400.001200.001000.00 897.36 830.42 800.00 602.30 600.00 541.81 400.00 200.00 0.00 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 18. 70.00% NET PROFIT MARGIN (%)60.00% 57.61%50.00% 46.67% 45.77% 44.12%40.00% 37.68%30.00%20.00%10.00% 0.00% 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 19. 10.00 8.98 9.00 8.39 8.32 8.00 7.32 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 2.02 1.00 0.00 CURRENT RATIO 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 20. 70.00 65.8360.0050.0040.00 30.1430.00 30.1020.00 16.78 21.6210.00 0.00 EQUITY PER SHARE 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 21. 1.00 0.930.90 0.860.800.70 0.580.600.50 0.52 0.450.400.300.200.100.00 DEBT EQUITY RATIO 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 22. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY HDIL is the leading company in SRA (slum rehabilitation authority) project
  • 23. MUMBAI AIRPORT REHABILITATION PROJECT•Largest urban rehabilitation scheme in India •Covers approx. 85000 hutments and more than 1000000 people in the project •HDIL developed 4.31 million sq. feet of rehabilitation housing area, under the scheme
  • 24. RENTAL HOUSING •Largest rental housing scheme in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region since 1947 •Total development of 525 acres•Located 2 kms from Virar railway station with a proposed sky walk for easy access •A comprehensive environment management plan including rain water harvesting, water conservation, sewage treatment & solid waste management
  • 25. RENTAL HOUSINGDevelopment of Social Infrastructure •Primary and secondary schools •Hospitals & health centers •Community centers •Playgrounds & gardens •Markets & shopping complexes •Bus depots •Fire station & police stations
  • 26. RENTAL HOUSING Objectives •To provide affordable housing for people from low income groups •Floor Space Index (FSI)•Integrated and planned development of infrastructure •Environment management plan
  • 27. PAST REHABILITATION PROJECTS•Perrierawadi, Bandra•Konkan nagar, Andheri•Dheeraj arcade, Bandra•Natwar nagar, Jogeshwari•Sambhaji nagar, Andheri•HDIL towers, Bandra
  • 28. COMPANY ANALYSIS •Diversified into hospitality, entertainment and the development of SEZs •Current credit rating: CARE A+•More than 14 million sq. ft of residential apartments sold as on 30th June 2011 •India’s leading company in SRA projects •In 2007,the real estate market was in admist the of aunprecedented boom when HDIL was called as the fastest growing real estate company •Steps taken to survive global meltdown in 2008
  • 29. COMPANY ANALYSIS •Potential competitors•Legislative changes resulting change in taxes •Meltdown of economy: •Increase in prices of inputs •Increase in home loan interest rates •Loss of Jobs •Shortage of skill workers •Demand-supply imbalance •Reduction in Commercial Rentals
  • 30. CONCLUSION Despite the global meltdown effect of the past twoyears, the growth rate of Indian economy is estimated tobe around 8% and it is expected to sustain the same until year 2020 Infrastructure development integrated with real estate development has been the backbone of such sustained growth and continues to be the focal point for our economy
  • 31. THANK YOU

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