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  • 1. Investment Pattern & Portfolio Management of Investors in Delhi
    Presented By:
    MBA - 2A
    Under the Guidance of :
    Ms. ChitwanBhutani
    Faculty Member, PCTE.
  • 2. Insurance
    How it works ?
    Life Insurance
    General Insurance
  • 3. Life Insurance Companies Operating In India
  • 4.
  • 5. Life Insurance
    Kal Par Control
  • 6. Corporate Background
    Aviva is UK’s largest and amongst the biggest insurance companies worldwide.
    Aviva has a 53 million-customer base with presence in 27 countries.
    In India, Aviva has a joint venture with Dabur, 26 : 74.
    Aviva has 195 Branches (including rural branches).
    Aviva has more than 30,000 Financial Planning Advisers.
  • 7. Main business operations:
    UK (Life, General Insurance and Health)
    Asia Pacific
    North America
    Aviva Investors
  • 8. Channels Of Aviva
    BSA Channel
    DSF Channel
    Agency Channel
  • 9. Vision
    “One Aviva, twice the value”.
    Core Purpose
    To provide prosperity and peace of mind for our customers .
  • 10. Objectives
    Manage composite portfolio
    Build global asset management
    Increase customer reach
  • 11. Management Team:
    T R Ramachandaran(Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer)
    SumitBehlDirector, Business Risk & Internal Audit
    MunishShardaDirector, Direct Sales Force
    Monica Agrawal(Director,Corporate Initiatives)
    Rajeev Arora(Director, Finance & Actuarial)
    Vishal GuptaDirector, Marketing
  • 12. Key Products
  • 13. Aviva New LifeSaverPlus
    Aviva New Pension Plus
    Aviva New Young Scholar
  • 14. SWOT Analysis Of Aviva’s BSA Channel
  • 15. Aviva’s Bancassurance Partners
  • 16. Corporate Social Responsibility
    It is our belief in the power of education that has fueled our endeavors to guarantee it, most importantly to those who cannot afford it. Through our Corporate Responsibility initiatives we wish to empower as many children as we can.
  • 17.
    • What is an investment?
    • 18. Types of Investments:
  • 19. Charactersticsof Investment
  • 20. Importance Of Investment
    Retirement planning
    Increasing rates of taxation
    Rates of interest
    Investment channels
  • 21. Investment Avenues
    Equity Shares:
    Debt Market Instruments:
    Certificate of Deposit
    Commercial Paper
    Corporate Debentures
    Floating Rate Bonds (FRB)
    Government Securities
  • 22. f) Treasury Bills
    Bank/FI Bonds
    PSU Bonds
    Mutual Fund Schemes
    Life Insurance
    Real Estate
    Tax-sheltered saving schemes
    Precious Objects
  • 23. What is Risk?
    Types Of Risks:
    Systematic risk:
    Market risk
    Interest rate risk
    Purchasing Power risk
    Unsystematic Risk:
    Business risk
    Financial risk
  • 24. Risk-Return Comparison Of Various Investment Alternatives
  • 25.
  • 26. Portfolio
    A combination of securities with different risk & return characteristics will constitute the portfolio of the investor.
  • 27. Portfolio Design
  • 28. Portfolio - Age Relationship
  • 29. Types of portfolio:
    Random Portfolio
    Sector Portfolio
  • 30. P/E Ratio & Beta factor as a guide to investment decisions
    P/E Ratio:
    Earnings per share alone mean absolutely nothing. In order to get a sense of how expensive or cheap a stock is, you have to look at earnings relative to the stock price and hence employ the P/E ratio.
    P/E = Current Market Price
    Earning Per Share
  • 31. Beta Factor
    “Beta” indicates the proportion of the yield of a portfolio to the yield of the entire market (as indicated by some index). If there is an increase in the yield of the market, the yield of the individual portfolio may also go up.
  • 32. Interpretation Of Beta
    When B = 1 means that the scrip has same volatility as compared to Index. Suitable for moderate investor.
    When B>1 means that scrip is more volatile as compared to market suitable for aggressive investors.
    When B<1 then scrip is less volatile as compared to market and suitable for defensive investors.
  • 33.  
  • 34. Title
    Investment Pattern & Portfolio Management of Investors in Delhi
  • 35. Objectives of the study
    To know about the investment motive of an investor of Delhi.
    To provide knowledge to investor about risk associated with various investment instruments.
    To know which is the most preferred investment option among the mid-aged investors of Delhi.
    To know the factors which influence the choice of investors.
  • 36. Research Methodology
    Research is an academic activity and as such the term should be used in technical sense.
    Research Design:
    Descriptive research designis usedfor collecting primary data.
  • 37. Sampling Design
    Non Probability technique. Under Non Probability technique, Place Convenience Sampling was used.
    Universe in this study constitutes both males and females,
    Above 25, in the whole world.
    Investors, above 25 years in Delhi city.
    SAMPLING SIZE: 75 respondents.
    SAMPLE UNIT: Any investor above 25 years in Delhi .
  • 38. Methods of Data Collection
    Method Of Primary Data Collection:
    The method followed in obtaining the primary data was through the structured schedules.
    Method of Secondary Data Collection:
    Journals and Magazines
  • 39. Limitations of the Project
    The research has been conducted with a small sample size hence it does not provide for generalization of the results. 
    Some of the respondents can hide the real information.
    Scarcity of time for completion of project.
  • 40. Data Analysis & Interpretation
  • 41. Figure 4.1 Profession (N=75)
  • 42. 4.2 Annual Income (N=75)
  • 43. 4.3 Proportion Of Annual Income Invested (N=75)
  • 44. 4.4 Investment Motive (N=75)
  • 45. 4.5Investments they feel comfortable owning (N=75)
  • 46. 4.6 Most Preferred Investment Option (N=75)
  • 47. 4.7Risk Tolerance (N=75)
  • 48. 4.8Acceptable Degree Of Volatility (N=75)
  • 49. 4.9 Time frame allowed for investment to reach its objective (N=75)
  • 50. 4.10 Criteria for choosing an investment (N=75)
  • 51. 4.11Consideration about inflation and its impact on portfolio (N=75)
  • 52. 4.12Revision Strategy (N=75)
  • 53. Suggestions
    Aviva should concentrate on building a more trustworthy image in the eyes of investors.
    People are willing to invest for a medium to long term to set off the inflation factor hence products in that category would be a good area for Aviva to concentrate.
    Aviva should do extensive advertisement through every media whether electronic, print, or hoarding etc.
    The company should create awareness about the rules and regulations of IRDA and its easy claim settlement procedure.
    Aviva can benefit if people are made aware about ULIP’s investment in mutual funds and various stocks, as they are likely to invest into stocks anyway.
  • 54. Conclusion
    According to my research people are moderately bullish with regard to their risk appetite.
    People have moderate knowledge about volatility, inflation and management of their portfolio.
    People are not interested in buying insurance as an investment option.