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CF GROUP PROJECT | Program & Batch: | PGDM – 2015-17 | Term: | III | Course Name: | Corporate Finance | Name of the faculty: | Dr Varun Dawar | Topic/ Title : | Financial Analysis of Kansai Nerolac | Originalor Revised Write-up: | Original | Group Number: | 4 | Contact No. and email of Group Coordinator: | Arnab Kumar Janaft15arnabkumarjana@imt.ac.in+919002890130 | Group Members: | Sl. | Roll No. | Name | | 1 | 150101028 | Arnab Jana | | 2 | 150101070 | Megha Punetha | | 3 | 150101125 | Tanmay Mairal | | 4 | 150103038 | Arcot Ravi Praveen | | 5 | 150103088 | Manali Guha | | 6 | 150103117 | Prateek Agrawal | | 7 | 150103209 | Rahul Dahra |

Table of contents * About The Company 3 * Capital structure Policy 4 * Dividend Policy 6 * Capital Structure Policy 8 * Cost of equity 9 * Valuation 10 * References 11

Highlights About The Company * Largest industrial paint and 2nd largest decorative paint company * Engaged in the industrial, automotive and powder coating business * Market Share of 40% in paint business. 13% market share in decorative paints industry * Has 4 paint manufacturing plants and about 6–7 contract manufacturers * The Nerolac owned plants are at 1. Jainpur (Uttar Pradesh) 2. Bawal (Haryana) 3. Lote, Chiplun (Maharashtra) 4. Hosur (Tamil Nadu) * Year of…...

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