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1. IBCM© Research helps systematic development of Corporate Knowledge Database of Intangible Corporate Action crucial for Enterprise Resource Controls, hitherto not possible.

2. PE Investors or Banks decide <surprising> based on inadequate data and no measured knowledge of the calibre of management. Regulators enter after the damage is done. IBCM© Research Corporate Rating corrects the lacuna by its unique 'due diligence' capabilities.

3. Untapped energy source by each building-block of just a set of 5 KPIs that IBCM© Research identifies as the energy waiting to happen - Tap it, productivity explodes.

4. Corporate Rating by each building-block to National grid of Corporate Rating is made possible by Intangible like zero energised the theory of numbers.

5. Society is the greatest power source for Corporates from seeking funds for growth to market products. CSR is a built-in resource provider in every building block of a company, that IBCM© Research integrates into the atomic structure of management.

6. SEBI's introduction of Mandatory Grading for IPOs was indeed a challenging phenomenon. Using the same criteria would put forth the companies futuristic, by Corporate Rating. Link to know more of letter to SEBI -

7. Extrapolate industry to National grid of Governance. Bangladesh or Greece or India or China or any country, will be better served by rating their Intangible Value Capital, for it reflects a positive approach to the hidden but unused power of energy force.

8. Not economic analysis but Intangible Value Capital be it Corporate or Nation that would be the deciding factor for any investments.

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  1. 1. DIY - Corporate Rating(Banking and Finance Inclusive) An IBCM© Research Presentation 1
  2. 2. SEBI - IPO Mandatory Grading to DIY - Corporate Rating In a recent letter to SEBI, IBCM© Research recommends - Mandatory Grading of IPO be made mandatory for all listed companies, all the time. The logic for Corporate Rating is same as for an IPO: An assessment of companys fundamentals A relative assessment of fundamentals in relation to other Companies. With the same IPO set criteria, DIY - Corporate Rating System is created. 2
  3. 3. Advantages of DIY - Corporate Rating? 1 Nakamura estimated the value of US gross investments in intangibles in 2000 at $1 trillion and Corrado and Hulten (2010) in 2007 at $4.1 trillion, that was excluded from published national accounts data in the United States. Unavailability of granular data results in valuation of a company unauthentic. SEBIs Mandatory Grading for IPO is Intangible. Advantages of DIY - Corporate Rating System are to the company primarily. Intangible empowers measuring ones own Value Capital. 3
  4. 4. Advantages of DIY - Corporate Rating? 2 For the Investor – Assurance on:  Sustainability of Efficiency  Sustainability of Value System  Sustainability of profits For the Corporate – Wider access to Capital – Sustainability of growth For the Regulator – Corporate Self-Regulatory Mechanism 4
  5. 5. Quantitative & Qualitative Elements Mandatory Grading Characteristics criteria for IPOs 1. EPS - Quantitative elements1. EPS 2 & 3 - Management &2. Management Accounting Quality - Quality Qualitative elements purely Intellectual3. Accounting Quality 4 & 5 Corporate Governance & Financial Risks - Quantitative-4. Corporate cum-Qualitative elements - Governance and purely Emotional, linked to5. Financial Risks. respective Quality. 5
  6. 6. Creating CSR-Integrated Granular Data IBCM© Research establishes: – A single building-block of 5 KPIs -i. CSR undertaking the Ethical Responsibility for a Company- People and ii. 4 Resource providers from within representing Fiscal Responsibility, consisting of Managerial Force, Operational Force, Technology and Finance - identical to every other building-block, forming the constituent part for Rating. – A bottom-up granular data create Intellectual Value Capital and Emotional Value Capital. Added together Intangible Value Capital is derived, a Rating from granular data of each building-block. 6
  7. 7. Intangible Value Capital Intangible Value Capital = (Intellectual Value Capital + Emotional Value Capital) / 2 to derive 0 to 5 rating by each building-block. At optimised level of 5 Rating assumes a power base and an energy force within a corporate, assuring sustainability of efficiency, value system and profits. Assurance by Public Reporting goes beyond financial terms which are tangible and objective but speculative and divergent to project fundamentals capability which is intangible and subjective but everlasting and convergent. 7
  8. 8. Index of Inactivity by IBCM© Research Energy is bound up in every material thing. – When Intangible collides with an inactive element of a material thing energy is liberated, as in a volcano. – Intangible Value Capital represents the bound up energy in every building-block. – Index of Inactivity by each building-block displays the energy waiting to happen, an unexploded non-event. – IBCM is an acronym for Inactivity Based Cost Management. 8
  9. 9. Corporate Rating Mandatory Grading criteria incorporated in Corporate Rating System Intangible Value Capital is built bottom-up. Consolidate by Corporate, by Industry, to arrive at Country Rating 9
  10. 10. Corporate Rating BankingBASEL III targets incorporated.IIF Report Principles & Recommendations regrouped under Intellectual Value Capital & Emotional Value Capital enabling implementation.CSR-Integrated Intangible Value Capital Rating arrived at.Consolidate by Bank, by Banking Industry, to arrive at Country Rating. 10
  11. 11. Corporate Rating BankingRating keeps track of targets - e.g., BASEL III will be optimised at 5 when targetsare reached, by real-time monitoring. Rating 0 - 5 is the status of preparedness.Current Status of Rs.90k Crore deficit to reach status 5 when BASEL III targetis reached. 11
  12. 12. Three Principles for DIY - Corporate Rating1.Real-time Monitoring – Rating is related to the stage of process completion.2. Study of Cost Consequence – The resultant state of inactive elements.3. People Participation – CSR Integrated in each goal. 12
  13. 13. Letter to SEBI In subject - object distinction of ratings, metrics in use are all for object characteristics whereas metrics of IBCM© Research is by subject oriented Intangible applied for Corporate Rating as per mandatory grading criteria. See the link below: Recommending a DIY - Corporate Rating letter to SEBI is made available sans How to measure? Risk Appetite & Risk Culture: No Scope at all for Process of Knowledge without Intangible - 13
  14. 14. DIY - Corporate Rating 3-Ps - Policies, Practices & PeopleDIY - Corporate Rating signifies the measurement of 3 Ps -Policies, Practices and People, of Intellectual Value Capital, Emotional Value Capital and Intangible Value Capital respectively, that neither can be outsourced nor dependant on outside agencies for rating purposes. 14
  15. 15. Way forward IBCM© Research shall collaborate with: Corporates, Banking and Finance Industry to develop and install Intangible Value Capital. PE, Investment bankers, consulting firms, Business Schools, Rating Agencies as well as Certifying Agencies. Working towards National Grid of Intangible Value Capital 15
  16. 16. How - DIY Rating helps? IBCM© Research: Only methodology thatintegrates Tangible results with intangible actionplan keeping track of accomplishments on Real- time. 16