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Portfolio Management Services Welcome to a presentation on

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Overview Indian Economy has seen a direct development amid 07-08 with GDP developing at 8.7%. Agribusiness developed by 2.6% Services Sector developed by 11.7% Manufacturing area developed by 9.4% Infrastructure Sector developed by 9.6% Electricity Sector developed by 7.8% Indian Economy Source: Indiabudget.nic.in

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Indian Economy India Vs Global Economy Source: IMF World Economic Outlook April 2008

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Indian Economy Interest Rate Source: service of Finance, India

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Stable Foreign Exchange Reserve Indian Economy Source: Reserve Bank of India

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Indian Economy Indian Rupees Vs World Currency Source: Reserve Bank of India

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Indian Economy Inflation

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Monthly FDI Inflows for the year 2007 (January to August 2007) Indian Economy

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Countries 2005 FDI Inward 2005 2004 United Kingdom 164.53 Developed Nation 542 395 United States 99.44 Developing Nation 334 274 China 72.40 Others 40 41 France 63.57 Total 916 710 Netherlands 43.63 India 6.59 Indian Economy FDI Inward (In bn US$) (In bn US$) Source: Investment Report 2006, United Nation Center for Trade & Development (UNCTAD); Financial Express Dt 17 th October 2006

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FDI - Outward Indian Economy (In bn US$) Source: Investment Report 2006, United Nations Center for Trade Development (UNCTAD); Financial Express dt 17 th October 2006

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Outlook Indian Economy is relied upon to perform well inferable from the recuperation in horticulture, Coupled with the maintained force of development in industry, Infrastructure and administrations. Indian Economy

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Overview Capital Markets – Healthy, Safe and very much controlled. Considerable proprietorship by FII/NRI – Holds more than 30%. Keeps on pulling in remote assets. Repatriation of Capital & Gains – Simple. Capital Markets

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Capital Markets Mutual Funds V/s FIIs Source: Business Line

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Top Stock Holdings by MFs and FIIs Source: Business Line

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Capital Markets Market Capitalisation Source: NSE news notice (March 2008)

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No of recorded organizations Capital Markets Source: S&P Global Stock Market Fact book, 2007

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Capital Markets Indian lists Vs World Indices Source: NSE news notice (December 2007)

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FDIs most appealing area (2007 – 09) Economies Percentage of respondents China 52 India 41 United States 36 Russian Federation 22 Brazil 12 Vietnam 11 United Kingdom 10 Poland 7 Germany 7 Australia 6 Source : UNCTAD, 2007b

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Capital Markets Business Growth of Capital Market Segments Source: NSE news notice (March 2008)

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Capital Markets Business Growth of Futures & Options Market Source: NSE news release (March 08 )

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Banking Regulations Capital and Gains are uninhibitedly repatriable. No secure period.

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Dividend Income by method for profits disseminated by residential organizations and pay got in regard of units of a Mutual Fund enrolled with SEBI, held in the Portfolio Management Scheme, is absolved in the hands of the speculators. Tax collection

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Long Term Capital Gain Shares in an organization, units of a Mutual Fund enlisted with SEBI and other recorded securities held as capital resources are dealt with as long haul capital resources on the off chance that they are held for a time of over twelve months going before the date of exchange Under Section 10(38) of the Income Tax Act, Capital increases emerging from the exchange of a long haul capital resource being value shares or solidarity of a value situated store went into after October 1, 2004 and where such exchanges is chargeable to Securities Transaction Tax, is excluded from Income assess. Share obtained before October 1, 2004 or where such exchange was not chargeable to Securities Transaction Tax, Section 112 of Income Tax Act is appropriate. Tax collection

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Short Term Capital Gain Securities, including units of a Mutual Fund, held as a capital resources for not over twelve months going before the date of their exchange are fleeting capital resources. Capital increases emerging from the exchange of a transient capital resource being value share or units of a value situated store alluded to in Section 111A read with Section 10(38) of the Income Tax Act, and where such exchange is chargeable to Securities Transaction Tax, is chargeable to impose at the rate of 15% or more material extra charges and instructive cess. Tax assessment

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About Us Overview 1) Munoth Financial Services Limited (MFSL) was joined on 1 st November 1990. 2) MFSL is a broadly held recorded organization. 3) Financial Performance (Figures : In Indian Rupees Million)

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Capital Market Activities incorporate -Merchant Banker -Stock Broker -Depository Participant -Portfolio Management Service Provider -Share Transfer Agent About Us

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Merchant Banker since 1994 Associated as Lead Manager for more than hundred Initial Public Offering/Rights Issue/open offer. Right now taking care of Malar Publication Limited a Media Conglomerate from Chennai, India. Taken care of ESOP shares for Orchid Chemicals & pharmaceuticals Limited Registered with SEBI (INM000003739) About Us

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Stock Broker Since 1995 Member of National Stock Exchange (Equity) (CM INB230803634) Member of National Stock Exchange (Derivatives) INF230803634) Member of Madras Stock Exchange (INB040803634) Member of Over the Counter Exchange of India INB200803630) Present in Retail & Institutional section Clients in Institutional portion incorporate – a) United India Insurance b) Oriental insurance agency c) Indian Overseas Bank d) Federal Bank Limited, and so on About Us

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Depository Participant since 1997 First Depository Participant in South India Has a customer base of more than 4000 Accounts. Enrolled with SEBI (IN-DP-NSDL-3739) About Us

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Share Transfer Agent MFSL has still not started STA exercises. Enlisted with SEBI (INR2OOOOOO641) About Us

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Portfolio Management Services Since 1999 Registered with SEBI (INP000000308) Offers Discretionary Portfolio Services Munoth Growth Portfolio Scheme (MGPS) : Seeks to create capital thankfulness in accordance with hazard taking limit. Focused for Non Resident Indians. Munoth Arbitrage Portfolio Services (MAPS) : Seeks to produce wage through arbitrage openings developing out of mis – evaluating amongst money and subsidiary market. Munoth Dividend Yield Services (MDYS) : Seeks to create returns through a blend of profit accumulation and capital appreciation. About Us

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Discretionary Portfolio Scheme - MGPS Investments will basically be made in values and some time owing debtors and bank stores. Venture Objective : To create capital thankfulness in accordance with hazard profile. Least Size : IRS Ten Million. The venture target of MGPS is to create capital gratefulness on speculation for financial specialist in accordance with the hazard profile. This will be finished by basically putting resources into value. ➢        MGPS

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Discretionary Portfolio Scheme - MGPS Investment Pattern : Equity/Equity related securities. Introduction to script : Typically 15 to 20 scripts. Top on Script : Typically 10% of assets. Top on Industry : Typically 25% of assets. Investable Stock : Top 100 stocks by market top. MGPS

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Portfolio Management Performance - MGPS

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Model Portfolio Sector Allocation - MGPS

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MGPS - FORESIGHT Over 70% in Cash/Debt in March 2006 end – sitting tight for the amendment to occur. MGPS

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Comparison with file MGPS

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Procedure Complete Documentation Get Bank, Broking, Depository Accounts initiated Get RBI authorization for Portfolio Investment Scheme Get Started PMS

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Accounting Policies In accordance with Accounting Standards as stipulated by Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Keeps up legitimate books of Accounts, Records and Documents for every Client. FIFO took after to process capital additions Weighted normal took after to determine holding cost. Profit, Rights and Bonus perceived on the ex dates. PMS

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Risk Factors Normal hazard connected with values presentation. Past execution no gurantee for future execution For Detailed hazard variables – allude revelation record. PMS

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