Foreign investors with long-term commitments to Indian infrastructure need the ability to hedge their currency exposure in India. The exposure can typically last for multiple decades, especially in the context of infrastructure. The recently concluded Virtual Global Investor Conference saw large global investors recommitting to their interest in investing in India for the long-term. For investors, the return they seek is dependent on the … Read More Hedging INR for the long-term
The Economic Times – part 3The case of dealing with a historical exposure is like determining the right proportion of currencies that you should have in your portfolio. By Akhilesh Tilotia & Ramganesh Iyer In the last two articles of this three part series, we brought to you a perspective on the movement of the rupee vis-à-vis the dollar and how the relationship between … Read More Jumpy Re: Right time to send money to India?
The Economic Times – part 1 NRIs have been hit hard by the appreciating rupee. Here is the first part of a three part series on what the appreciating rupee means for them. Investing tips for beginners By Akhilesh Tilotia & Ramganesh Iyer There are many reasons that lead a person out of his country. For the last many decades, one of the strongest … Read More NRIs need to handle the jumpy Re with care
The Economic Times For many NRIs, investing in India is more reliable because of tax benefits & better growth opportunities. In our previous article, we looked at some of the issues faced by the professional NRIs when planning their finances. This time let us look at the opportunities available to the NRIs when they move from saving to investing their money. Investment choices available … Read More NRIs invests in an emotional angle