Bajaj Holdings & Investment Limited Fundamentals

    Bajaj Holdings and Investment (BHIL), formerly known as Bajaj Auto (BAL), was spun off by order of the Mumbai High Court on December 18, 2007. The company is, in fact, a portfolio and investment company. Investments are focused on income in the form of dividends, interest, and interest from investments held. Bajaj Auto is the flagship company of the Bajaj Group. This group of 35 companies was founded in 1926. As part of the Spin-off Plan, the automotive company Bajaj Holdings and Investment was renamed Bajaj Auto and formerly Bajaj. Auto is renamed Bajaj Holdings and Investment (which will act as the main investment company). 
    The spin-off process for the old BAL, approved by the company's board of directors on May 17, 2007, was completed with all approvals received including the High Court of Justice of Mumbai and SEBI. Under the spin-off agreement plan, Bajaj Holdings and Investments Ltd (BHIL, formerly BAL) was split into three companies on the effective date of February 20, 2008. 

    In addition, under the unbundling plan agreement, the GDR programs for Bajaj Auto Limited (BAL) and Bajaj Finserv Limited (BFS) were established on August 21, 2008. The joint venture has been taken over by the new Bajaj Auto (BAL), while its business venture, including the wind farm business and the financial services business, has been taken over by Bajaj Finserv (BFS) and the company is focusing on new business opportunities. Following the merger, BHIL holds more than 30% of the shares each in BAL and BFS. In the future, BHIL will focus on new business opportunities. BAL and BFS will be able to use (at arm's length) BHIL accounts to support future growth opportunities. BHIL, with over 30% ownership in both BAL and BFS, will benefit from the future growth of these companies. 

    It was decided in a timely and appropriate manner to divide these activities into separate units, each of which could focus on these core activities and enhance their capabilities. HIL was incorporated as a Non-Banking Finance Company (NBFC) with registration number N13.1952 on October 29, 2009 with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The company is classified as a “systemically important non-NBFC NBFC” under RBI rules.

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    Profitability: Profit margin (PAT margin) of the company shows how well a company controls its cost. It is one of the important indicators to show the financial health of the company. Net profit of the company is Rs 198.59 Cr and the compounded growth of profit in the past 3 years is -37.15 %. The PAT margin of Bajaj Hold & Invest is 54.04 %.

    EPS growth: Investors should ensure the EPS figure is growing faster than revenue numbers because it indicates company management is increasing the efficiency with which it runs the company. In Bajaj Hold & Invest , the EPS #if( -89.13 > 0) then "grew" else "declined";# by -89.13 % YOY. 

    Return on Equity (ROE): The Company has a #if( 1.61 >= 20) then "healthy" elseif( 1.61 < 20 and 1.61 >=10) then "average" else "poor";# ROE track record. The ROE of Bajaj Hold & Invest is at 1.61 % for the latest year.

    P/E Ratio: Relative valuation metrics like the P/E ratio can be used to see if the stock of Bajaj Hold & Invest is worth at the current levels at Rs $$PRICE_Y_1$$. The stock is trading at a current P/E ratio of 184.50 and the average historical P/E for the last 5 years was 65.03.

    P/B ratio: It can be one of the best metrics to value such companies. Currently, Bajaj Hold & Invest is trading at a P/B of 3.43 . The average historical P/B for the last 5 years was 2.82. This can be compared with the Market price per share in order to know if the stock is undervalued or overvalued.


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