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Why Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) Should Invest in India

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Investment potential in India, against the backdrop of global economic uncertainties.

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Why Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) Should Invest in India

  1. 1. Why The Non-ResidentIndian (NRI) Should Investin India. Smile on the Dotted Line
  2. 2. Why The Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Should Invest in India. High economic growth path Were India to grow @ 7.3% p.a over the next 20 years, the average real household disposable income would increase at a CAGR of 5.3% to Rs 318,896 by 2025 from Rs 113,744 in 2005. Smile on the Dotted LineSource: The Rise of Indias ConsumerMarket McKinsey, 2007.
  3. 3. Why The Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Should Invest in India.DemographicDividend Potential for sustainable growth Smile on the Dotted Line
  4. 4. Why The Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Should Invest in India. Rising Incomes Would lead to a strong middle-class of 41% of the population or 128 million households by 2025 Smile on the Dotted LineSource: The Rise of Indias ConsumerMarket McKinsey, 2007.
  5. 5. Why The Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Should Invest in India.Increased FinancialInter-mediation Leading to effective channelization of savings into investments Smile on the Dotted Line
  6. 6. Why The Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Should Invest in India.Services Key driver for India’s GDP growth rate Smile on the Dotted Line
  7. 7. Why The Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Should Invest in India.BalancedGrowth Virtuous cycle between consumption and income growth. Domestic consumption-led growth makes India less dependent on exports Smile on the Dotted Line
  8. 8. Why The Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Should Invest in India. Domestic Demand... 1 Strong domestic consumption source of great economic strength. If current high-growth were to be sustained over the next two decades India would become the world’s 5th largest consumer market by 2025. Smile on the Dotted LineSource: The Rise of Indias ConsumerMarket McKinsey, 2007.
  9. 9. Why The Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Should Invest in India. Domestic Demand... 2 ● 80% of consumption growth to come from rising incomes. ● 16% from increase in the number of households ● 4% from changes in household savings rate Smile on the Dotted LineSource: The Rise of Indias ConsumerMarket McKinsey, 2007.
  10. 10. Why The Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Should Invest in India.Regulation Well-regulated debt and stock markets Smile on the Dotted Line
  11. 11. Why The Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Should Invest in India.High Gross Domestic Savings Rising savings financing investments needs of a growing economy Smile on the Dotted Line
  12. 12. Why The Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Should Invest in India.Vibrant Democracy Worlds largest, with a population of over 1 billion people. Smile on the Dotted Line
  13. 13. AbunDanze is enrolled as an AMFI RegisteredMutual Fund Advisor (ARMFA)Under AMFI Registration No.: ARN-13377Copyright August 2011:Abundanze Wealth Management LLP.All rights reserved.Website:abundanze.comEmail:smile@abundanze.com Smile on the Dotted Line

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