Corporate resources valuation

HDFC replaces Reliance as second most valued private corporate house  May 8, 2011 – 10:18 am
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HDFC Group has become India’s second biggest corporate house after Tatas in terms of private sector stock market valuation, pushing energy-to-retail conglomerate Reliance Industries group to the third position.

 

The financial services giant HDFC Group now commands a total market value of Rs 2.41 trillion – the second highest among all the private sector corporate houses after salt-to- software conglomerate Tatas’ Rs 4.42 trillion.

 

In comparison, the market value of Reliance Industries group currently stands at about Rs 2.36 trillion.

 

The valuation of these groups have been derived after taking into account market values of all their listed companies.

 

While Tatas have nearly 30 listed entities, RIL group has got two (Reliance Industries Ltd and Reliance Industrial Infrastructure Ltd) and HDFC group has three – HDFC Ltd, HDFC Bank Ltd and Gruh Finance Ltd.

 

HDFC group has managed to replace RIL group as the second most valued group due to a surge in the share prices of its two key companies, HDFC Bank and HDFC Ltd, in the recent past. In comparison, RIL shares have been under pressure.

 

In the past one month, HDFC Bank has gained nearly 7 per cent of value, while that of HDFC Ltd has also grown by about three per cent. On the other hand, RIL’s valuation has fallen marginally in this time period.

Source: Reliance Industries

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