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A. Overview of the Global Economy:

The Economic scenario namely, growth, individual sustenance, fiscal deficits, and central bank balance sheet expansion are now markedly different when we compare Europe, USA to the large ASEAN nations. The irony is that energy shortages, inflation and banking crises in the Western hemisphere are strangely similar to situations ASEAN countries faced in the late 1990s, except that given the luxury and comfort of being global currencies, the West is not reeling under a currency depreciation crisis.

A favorable global economic outlook can lead to increased investment opportunities and higher returns. Conversely, a downturn or recession may prompt investment companies to adjust their strategies, focus on defensive assets, or diversify portfolios to minimize risk.

B. Overview of the Indian Economy:

Over the Years, India has maintained its position as one of the best hub for investment opportunities. Being the 5th largest economy in the world and the 3rd largest economy in Asia, it has diversified its economy to and repositioned herself to accommodate several business including investment Companies sector.

C. Outlook:

Our Company will continue to look for opportunities to invest in companies which have consistent growth prospects with high quality earnings. In new age companies where valuations are a concern and whose earnings will fructify at a later stage in their development, the Company has made a small allocation of capital.

D. Industry structure and developments:

Indian economy is going through a period of rapid financial liberalisation. Today, the intermediation is being conducted by a wide range of financial institutions through a plethora of customer friendly financial products. Emerald leasing finance & Investment Company Limited today has emerged as a strong & reliable player in a fiercely competitive market of financial services. Emerald leasing finance & Investment Company Limited has built a strong presence in the market through its cumulative experience, strong network as well as sound systems and processes. The company’s long-term aspiration is to play a significant role in meeting the financial requirements of retail customers as well as corporate clients.

E. Opportunities and Threats:


Network area: The Company has diverse product portfolio, wide network area of sales, marketing and distribution, wide range of fill volumes etc. Management: The Company has experienced management team and well qualified senior executives. Alternative Fuel Utilization: A region with an alternative abundant fuel, such as coal can help in increasing its chemical production. There is an increase in demand for petrochemicals, which can be mitigated through the utilization of coal gasification technology to produce more chemicals and petrochemicals.

Market: Company’s manufacturing and institutional sales stabilize revenue stream and helps in targeting new domestic and export markets. Hence, the Company has a wide range of network area for trading its products online or offline. Technological developments: The ongoing adoption of technological developments is a feature of the chemicals industry that can be seen in every segment and creates both opportunities and risks. There is also an increasing adoption of block chain technology to enable supply chain transparency and product traceability around the time-specific delivery of chemicals in end-markets.


High Competition Era: The Pharmaceutical Industry has entered into the orbit of the high competition. The market fights are set to intensify with unstoppable capacity build up. The Competition from both unorganized and other organized players, leading to difficulties in improving market share. Manpower: The one of the common problem emerged for finding talent with competence or even skilled man power for Pharmaceutical Industries irrespective of the Company’s Brand or Size. Under cutting of price: Due to high competition in market, the competitors are doing price cutting of Services to compete or keep their existence in markets which is ultimate big problems for the industries. New Entrance: More and more new organized players are entering into market which will increase competition in organized sector also.

F. Segment-wise or Product-wise performance:

The Company is primarily engaged in single segment i.e. Trading and Investment In Shares.

The Turnover of the Company for the Financial Year 2022-23 is Nil

G. Future Outlook:

Investment companies is influenced by a multitude of factors, and the investment landscape is inherently unpredictable. Investment companies must conduct thorough research, monitor market trends, and adapt their strategies to changing circumstances to navigate the future successfully. Consulting with financial professionals and conducting comprehensive due diligence is crucial when making investment decisions.

H. Risks and concerns:

Polymer Industry has a certain specific set of risk characteristics, which needs to be carefully evaluated and mitigated. In order to effectively manage the same, the Company has evolved proactive Risk Management System, which is adhered to. The risk management covers the entire process from capital investment, competitors’ activities, new entrants etc. Continual reforms and emphasis on technological developments shall reduce the exposure to risk.

I. Material developments in human Resources / Industrial relations:

Industrial Relations continued to be harmonious and cordial throughout the year. The Company always valued its Human Resources and believes in unlimited potential of each employee. Your directors believe and affirm the importance of developing human resources, which is the most valuable asset of your Company and the key element in bringing all round improvements and achieving growth. The human resource philosophy and strategy of your Company has been designed to attract and retain the best talent. In practice, it creates and nurtures a work environment that keeps employees engaged & motivated. Employee relations during the year under review were peaceful. The contribution and cooperation received from employees across all levels was excellent and the same has been appreciated & supported by the management through its continuous & systematic training programmes.

J. Internal control systems and their adequacy:

The Company has an independent Internal Audit function with a well-established risk management framework. The scope and authority of the Internal Audit function are derived from the Internal Audit Charter approved by the Audit Committee. The Company has engaged a reputable external firm to support the Internal Audit function for carrying out the Internal Audit reviews.

The Audit Committee meets every quarter to review and discuss the various Internal Audit reports and follow up on action plans of past significant audit issues and compliance with the audit plan. The Chairperson of the Audit Committee has periodic one-on-one meetings with the Chief Internal Auditor to discuss any key concerns.

Additionally, the following measures are taken to ensure proper control:

Budgets are prepared for all the operational levels.

Any material variance from budget has to be approved by the Commercial director. Any major policy change is approved by the managing director. Any deficiency in not achieving target is reviewed at management meetings.

K. Discussion on financial performance with respect to operational performance:

The financial performance of the Company for the Financial Year 2022-23 is described in the Directors’ Report of the Company.

L. Material developments in Human Resources / Industrial Relations front including number of people employed:

The cordial employer - employee relationship also continued during the year under the review. The Company has continued to give special attention to human resources.

M. Cautionary Statement:

The Statements made in the ‘Management Discussion and Analysis’ describing the various parts may be “forward looking statement” within the meaning of applicable securities laws and regulations. The actual results may differ from those expectations depending upon the economic conditions, changes in Govt. Regulations and amendments in tax laws and other internal and external factors.

Registered Office:

By the Order of the Board of

8 Sai Complex Wing B, Kandarpada 44 D P

Shyamkamal Investments Limited

RD Dahisar, West Mumbai Thane - 400


Place: Mumbai

Jatinbhai Shah

Kailashchandra Kedia
Date: 16th June, 2023

wholetime Director


DIN: 03513997

DIN: 01292825


All the Board Members and Senior Management Personnel of the Company have affirmed the compliance with the provisions of the code of conduct of Board of Directors and Senior Management for the year ended on 31st March, 2023.

By the Order of the Board Shyamkamal Investments Limited

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Jatinbhai Shah Kailashchandra Kedia
Wholetime Director Director
DIN: 03513997 DIN: 01292825