TATA Investment Corporation Limited Buyback 2018

Tata Investment (the Company) invests in a diversified portfolio of quoted and unquoted securities of companies, including Tata Companies, which are engaged in various businesses with a history of strong operating and financial performance. The typical investment approach of the Company will be to seek a combination of value and growth. A company that exhibits growth characteristics, is well managed, has a sound position in its industry, available at fair value according to conservative accounting norms is an ideal investment opportunity for the Company.

The Company believes that its investments provide a sustainable competitive advantage in volatile markets and would contribute to its dividend income as well as any profits that may be realized on the sale of such investments. The Company may consider short-term opportunities where it may see prospects for attractive returns, but will primarily focus on a long-term value creation strategy rather than on any near-term impact on its revenues, profits or cash flows.

The Company’s primary sources of income consist of dividend income and net profit on the sale of investments. The Company also invests in units of mutual funds, bonds, and venture capital funds.

Buy Back Offer Deal:

Buyback Type: Tender Offer
Buyback Offer Amount: ₹ 450 Cr
Date of Board Meeting approving the proposal: Nov 16 2018
Date of Public Announcement: Nov 16 2018
Buyback Offer Size: 8.17%
Buyback Number of Shares: 45,00,000
FV: 10
Buyback Price: ₹ 1000 Per Equity Share

Details of Buyback:

The Board of Directors of the Company Approved the proposal to Buyback of not exceeding 45,00,000 (Forty-Five Lakhs Only) Equity shares at a price of Rs. 1000 (One Thousand Rupees only) per equity share (the “Buyback Offer Price”) of face value Rs.10 each, payable in cash for an aggregate consideration not exceeding Rs. 450 crores.

Salient financial parameters:

Year Revenue Profit EPS P/E
2016 252 203 33.31 21(At CMP)
2017 271 202 36.73
2018 310 237 39.44

How to Participate in buyback?

1. Firstly, to be eligible for the buyback the investor should have shares of Tata Investment Limited Buyback offer 2018 in demat or physical form as on the record date [Not Announced Yet] 2. Once you have shares in demat, you can participate in the buyback process which is opening from [Not Announced Yet] by selling your shares through your broker on NSE or BSE. 3. Then on [Not Announced Yet], the payment will be given to you for accepted shares and unaccepted shares will be returned to your demat account.

Profit from the buyback on the bases of acceptance Ratio:

Buy 200 Shares at CMP of Rs. 825 [1,65,000/825=1,65,000)
Acceptance Ratio 33% 50% 75% 100%
(i) Amount Invested in Buyback 1,65,000 1,65,000 1,65,000 1,65,000
(ii) No. of Shares buyback 66 100 150 200
(iii) BuyBack Profit 11,550 17,500 26,250 35,000
(iv) Profit(%) 7% 10.6% 15.9% 21.21%

Recommendation:

Review and Recommendation of TATA Investment Corporation Limited Buyback 2018 by InvestorZone team is: 5/10 Fair: 1-5 Good:5-7 Excellent: 7-10

Company Contact Details:

TATA Investment Corporation Limited Elphinstone Building 10 Veer Nariman Road Mumbai 400 001 Phone No. +91 22666 58282 E-mail id. ticl@tata.com website : www.tatainvestment.com

    Good level to take entry in Tata Investment. But do SIP buying.

    Hi,
    I am new to trading. Planning to buy around 10 shares. Will that be a good option and how much will be the acceptance ratio?

      First of all Sonal Please tell me for what purpose you would like to buy a share?

      1. Trading
      2. Investment cum buyback

      Ask yourself are you a trader or Investor?

      I am asking this because if you don’t have clarity of thoughts than you are bound to lose money in Share Market.

      If you are an investor than probably I would say to wait for 830-850 levels to enter because a lot of events are lined up ahead.

      1. OPEC Meet: The 175th meeting of oil cartel OPEC (Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) is going to held on Thursday, 6 December 2018 at Vienna, Austria.

      2. US Fed meet: The US Federal Reserve is set to hold the eighth and last FOMC meeting for the financial year 2018-2019 on 18-19 December. The outcome will be declared on 19 December.

      3. state election results: The result of the assembly election in five states — Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Telangana, Mizoram — will be declared on Tuesday, 11 December 2018.

      4. Consumer and WPI Inflation data for the month of November, Index of Industrial Production, and manufacturing products for the month of October will be released in the second week of December. CPI inflation, IIP, and manufacturing will be released 12 December while WPI inflation will be released on 14 December.

      The market will definitely react to all above events. The OPEC countries will try to cut the supply to boost the Crude Oil Price which will impact the Indian economy. The Election Results can suddenly move the market in any direction. Any hike in Interest Rates in the US will impact the world globally.

      However, if you are a Trader the story will be different altogether then you have to have three clear things in mind.
      1. When to Enter?
      2. What is the Target?
      3. What is the Stop Loss?

      Note: For Newbies in the market I would advice please don’t enter the share market bare hand.

      Traders: Should Read the Book ” Trading for a Living” before take a single trade.

      Investors: Should read two book must , ” The Intelligent Investors” and ” Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits”. By reading these two books you would come to know the harsh reality of share market, what to expect from market, how speculation different from investment and many more.

    Keep an eye on Tata Investment. The Share between 820-835 level is the good entry point as far as buyback is concerned.

      it is not breaching 850 levels
      should we start investing or still wait for the dip.

      can this be considered a portfolio stock

        Yes, Aashish Bro, the Stock is also looking in an uptrend in charts. I think better to do SIP of Tata Investment. Let us suppose you want to buy 100 shares for the buyback, then buy 25% at 865, 25% at 855 , 25% at 850 and 25% at 845. The Average would be around 853 which should be a good price for the purpose of the buyback.

          thanks bro

          Kindly advise for HEG and Monte carlo as well
          I sense a trap in both as HEG i feel is highly overvalued, its valuaton depends upon a lot of factors like no competition, if chinese players comes into market and they will the stick can crash as fast as it has risen
          now potential for upside is marginal as per my opinion even if all the factors like no competition, high end product price and so on remains in their favour.
          What are your thoughts in this

    Special query for market Wizard

    Is it permited to comman citizens of India to register a investment or holding company that will hold different instruments of investmnts such as shares of other companies, mutual funds units etc.

      As per SEBI Regulation 2013 & 2014 ( Research Analyst and Investment Advisors), you can’t open Partnership Firm, Sole Proprietorship Firm, or Company giving either research reports on buying, selling of shares or act as an investment advisor without registering with SEBI. Please read more on google regarding Qualification for SEBI Registartion of RA and IA.

        I do not want to become adviser. I want to register simple company that will hold shares of other companies.

          You can do all these stuffs with demat account then why do you need to form a company bro. The company requires a lot of due diligence, you will need to hire a CA for account keeping etc. etc.

      It is a quality stock. I would say buy in dips and wait for 26.11.2018 for the actual announcement. Though Market is not expecting very big size buyback but surely it will give good movement on a day of the announcement. The stock is available at very cheap valuation and fundamentally till China don’t start production of electrodes, HEG would give good numbers. Please note this is highly volatile stock, so trade carefully and do not worry even if it goes 5-8% down from here with the market condition.

    Case study

    If any one is having time can study what happens to the share price after completion of buyback.

    We can study good quality stocks.

      I have already done for the buybacks which have come in 2018. Will share with you guys shortly.

          I have done a study of price movement between the date of announcement of Buyback and date of settlement.

          This study helps me in finding the amount of profit investor had made if they bought shares in buyback on the date of announcement and sold all shares which are not accepted on the very next day of the settlement date.

          Please visit the link for Analysis.

          https://investorzone.in/performance-analysis-buyback-in-2018/

    Although Oil India is only 7% profit, but small share holders (Capital value <2L) are only 3.23%. So for small share holders, good chance of 100% AR.
    Any comments?

      They will definitely participate. In TCS also they have participated. The Promoters bought a good chunk of shares of Tata Motors when the price was around 265. So I think they have shifted money from one company to another.

        what is the meaning of promoter’s participation
        Does that mean that they will tender shares or buy the shares tendered by shareholders

          Promoters are also shareholders like you and me. They also wants profit from the company. Now to get profit from the company there are two ways either issue dividend or do buyback at higher price then CMP. The Dividend attracts DDT(Dividend Distribution Tax) to the company and also attract taxes for individual shareholders if dividend income is greater than 10 lakh. However, buyback won’t attract such taxes apart from normal STCG or LTCG. So promoters with the approval of shareholders issue buyback. Hope you understand now.

      Today i heard a news that Oil India is raising around 4000 Cr from outside India in foreign denomination and one side giving 1000 buyback. Hard to interpret the step behind it.

        It’s a way to give government money to reduce fiscal deficit…

        Anyway, public shareholding is too low…, I expect 100% acceptance for small shareholders…

    Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Board of Directors (the Board) of the *HEG Limited (the Company)* is scheduled to be held on Monday, the 26th day of November to consider inter-alia the *proposal for buyback* of the Equity Shares of the Company.

    Tomorrow the stock will become rocket.

    It will come down to 825 level.It was traiding below 800 just few days back.I am waiting for initial heat to cool down.

      Completely agree with you Jayavant brother. The price has whisk from levels of 700 to 899 in 2-4 days of time.

      Actually, in such good buybacks, the insiders/operators know in advance that company is coming up with a buyback. They must have started buying from the levels of 700 and now most of them either will completely out at 870 levels or will wait for a further upward moment.

      So, I guess we should start looking at this around 810-825 price range for better gains.

      In case of TCS they took atleast 50 days time to decide Record Date. So let us see what they do in this case.

    Acceptance Ratio Calculations:

    1. The number of shareholders between 1-500 as on 31st March 2018, is close to 24 lakhs.

    2. The number of shares increased from March 2018 to Sept 2018 in the column” Individual share capital up to Rs. 2 Lacs” is 1 lakh.

    3. So overall we can consider 25 lakh shares for calculation, on that basis AR should be around 28%. However, considering Tata Shares the price will spike up which will improve the AR.

    Extract of Annual Report 2018:

    Shareholders will be pleased to note that the “Value Created” has recorded a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 21.44% vis-à-vis the BSE 200 CAGR of 18.24% for the 15 year period 31st March 2003 to 31st March 2018.

    It is heartening that this performance has been achieved while the management has endeavored to reduce the risk of the portfolio with a prudent allocation to unlisted equity and fixed income securities

    (i) The Company is virtually debt free.

    (ii) The Stock is trading at 20 times ita earnings of FY17-18.

    (iii) The Company has been maintaining a healthy dividend payout of 47.21%.