Motilal oswal has linkages with foreign countries for the investments India known as FII’s it has been rated among the top 10 brokerage houses which deal with FII’s and IPO. Some foreign country’s which Motilal oswal has links are US, UK, Singapore, and Hong Kong. Motilal oswal securities limited provides value equity solutions for more than 20000 investors having more than 1200 outlets covering 363 cities having more than 2000 employees and business partners. They provide advice broking for derivatives and equity, portfolio management services, depository services –broking, IPO, mutual funds, commodities trading, and investment advisory services The core purpose of Motilal oswal securities ltd is to become the well respected and preferred global financial service organization enabling wealth creation to all of its
EXTERNAL FACTORS: PEST analysis is concerned with the key external environmental influences on a business. The acronym stands for the Political, Economic, Social and Technological issues that could affect the strategic development of a business. • POLITICAL FACTORS - ALM Company relate to ways in which changes in government and government policy can influences business. State regulation of the public transport sector presents many limitations to possible negative impact on the public transport industry. ALM Company also produce product such as engine oil, filter and etc.
Therefore, the goal of risk management was defined as the process of increasing the impact and probability of positive risks and decreasing them for negative risks. It’s not about avoiding failure only, but to exploit opportunities. Risk management is an indispensable process to the improvement and success of any business. The importance of risk management becomes even greater in an industry that includes many uncertainties, such as construction industry. When it comes to the construction industry, the possibility of exposing more risks is increased, especially when to carry out the
PROJECT RISK MANAGEMENT THROUGH ‘THINKING INSIDE THE BOX’ & ‘CG-CC-CR-CV CONCEPT’ “The essence of risk management lies in maximizing the areas where we have some control over the outcome while minimizing the areas where we have absolutely no control over the outcome”. (Peter L. Bernstein) Risk in Project Management 1. It is per se unanimously accepted fact that all projects, regardless of size or subject matter, tend to have some level of risk. Risk can include anything that may threaten the goals, objectives or deliverables of a project. No matter how well a project has been planned to cater any risk that could impact the project, yet risks could prevail in any phase of the project.
The ownership of the organization has put the board in place to protect their interest, thus risk appetite should represent the boards limits, not the managements. The boards role in relation to risk is to set risk appetite and tolerance, measure and asses risk appetite. Depending on the experience and abilities of the board of an organization the risk appetite will
No matter what product the organization is designing to launch, it is very common to take decisions that involve the risks at some point in time (Mind tools editorial team, 1996-2017). Talking about risks, it has two main parts: the likelihood that something will go wrong, and the negative consequences that can occur if the risk occurs. It is difficult to know beforehand but if the risk occurs than the following consequences related to cost, time and reputation have to be dealt smartly. When the work involves risks than risk analyses is an essential tool. It helps in knowing that what all kind of risks and consequences can be faced in assigned role.
Some of the projects don’t work as they are planned, some don’t achieve their targets or some don’t even finish ever, risk management helps in managing the risk properly and on time to for making the project run smoothly, finish on time and to achieve the desired results in Information system projects. It is very important to assess the risk, to identify it and then to prioritize it in a project. By using different methods according to the probability of risk and by assessing its impact on the project the risks can be managed. It is very important to make a risk management plan which can come handy from the starting stage of the project to finishing stage. Risk monitoring should be done in all stages of project to supervise the carrying out of the information system projects to examine new and old risks and for checking that which risks can cause negative impact on the information system