Corporate Risk Management in The Indian Financial Market: A Lesson for Small and Medium Enterprises
Gurpreet Singh, Sethi (2011) Corporate Risk Management in The Indian Financial Market: A Lesson for Small and Medium Enterprises. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)] (Unpublished)
The main focus of the research is to understand the risk management practices of Indian firms to hedge against their foreign exchange exposure(s). The research also tries to answer the question of why the Indian SMEs do not prefer on getting listed with the stock exchanges and presents an optimum stock exchange for the SMEs to list and raise funds. In order to recommend foreign exchange hedging tools to the SMEs, the risk management practices by Corporate in India are discussed. Moreover, to understand the requirements and reasons for the Indian small and medium enterprises to not list on the stock exchanges and to not hedge their foreign exchange exposure, a case study on an Indian importer and questionnaires filled by various importers/exporters have been presented. Based on the above and the existing literature review on risk management, the research presents an optimum solution(s) to accomplish the objective of the research. The research also points out to the limitations and implications for further research.
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