Institutional Investments in India - The Process in Detail

With the rapid growth and diversification of the Indian trading scenario, there has been a spurt in the activities that are as diverse as they are productive. This means that to further the market expansion, at times, there arise players who are entities having the requisite tools, resources and know-how to contribute towards the purchase of securities and other investment assets. Generally, these entities pool in their resources to frame a design to engage in securities trade. This kind of investment is known as an institutional investment and goes beyond the conventional purview of investment made by an individual to accelerate individual fund growth. Tradebulls is an entity that believes in investor education about various modes of institutional investment and the way it circulates funds and resources in the markets.

In the broader definition of the market, and institutional investment channel is the one that works in a manner different from that of an individual investor. This is because, unlike an individual, an institutional investment channel does not have a specified or limited productive duration or requirement time. The needs of institutional investors are rather complicated and vary from institution to institution and do not follow the procedural guidelines of an individual case. This is why institutional investment comes with a whole set of identifiable and negotiable investment platforms. Examples of institutional investment include investments done through or carried out in -asset allocation managers, investment companies, endowment funds, Pension and annuity funds, insurance companies, Mutual Funds, banks and other financial institutions etc.

These institutional investment channels show that there is no specific period that can be labeled as an accumulation period and therefore, there is no period that can be termed as spending period either. Needless to say that institutional investment serves as an important contributor towards the working strength of any economy. This makes the institutional investment a very important parameter to decide the overall productivity of the market. Besides, in a fast developing country like India, institutional investment is a very important channel. This is why a reasonable degree of benefits are given to the channels of institutional investment through governmental machinery. Given the overall scope of outreach that exists in India for institutional investment, there is an even greater possibility of an increase in the support volume given to institutional investment.

When viewed in the context of institutional investment, financial structure and the overall capital structure play an important role. A definite policy is often laid down for the composition of long-term funds for institutional investment. This policy forms the basis of the capital structure of institutional investment in India and elsewhere. Decisions regarding the type of capital structure that a commercial entity should have are of critical importance because of its potential impact on profitability and solvency. This is why for institutional investment, the capital structure should be planned in such a way that the market value of the shares if the institution in question is maximum. This also has the potential of increasing the detailed dividend structure of the institution in the long term.

Tradebulls has a carefully formulated and regularized mechanism of financial data planning and analysis that forms the backbone of market survey and forecasting. This is why Tradebulls offers services that are exclusively research-driven and coherent.