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Life Insurance Corporation of India Ltd IPO
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Incorporated in 1992, NSE was recognised as a stock exchange by SEBI in April 1993, commenced operations in 1994 and has been ranked as the largest stock exchange in India in terms of total and average daily turnover for equity shares every year since 1995, based on SEBI data. It is the largest derivatives exchange globally in terms of number of contracts. NSE offers comprehensive coverage of the Indian capital markets across asset classes. The company’s fully-integrated business model comprises exchange listing, trading services, clearing and settlement services, indices, market data feeds, technology solutions and financial education offerings. The company also oversees compliances by trading cum clearing members as well as listed companies with SEBI’s and the Exchange’s rules and regulations. Its derivatives market offers trading opportunities in various forms of derivatives, such as futures and options on stocks and indices, currency futures and options, interest rate futures and options and commodities future and options. The company’s vision is to continue be the leader, establish global presence and facilitate the financial wellbeing of people.

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Consistent track record of financial performance:

The company's revenue from operation increased from ₹3,514.57 crores in 2019 to ₹6,202.33 crores in 2021 at a CAGR of ~33%. The company's EBITDA increased from ₹ 2,718 crores in FY19 to ₹4,778 crores in FY21 at a CAGR of ~32.6%. NSE India Limited's profit increased from ₹1,708 crores in FY19 to ₹3,403 crores in FY21 at a CAGR of ~41.2% with Net profit margin increasing from 49% to 55% during the same period.

Consolidated Financial Summary Of NSE

(`₹ in crores) FY19 FY20 FY21
Total Income 3,514.57 3,897.52 6,202.33
EBITDA 2,718.00 2,706.00 4,778.00
Adjusted EBITDA Margin (%) 77 % 69 % 77 %
PAT 1,708 1,885 3,403
PAT Margin (%) 49 % 48 % 55 %
EPS 34.51 38.08 72.20

Competitive Strength:

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  • The pandemic has brought in several new age and first-time investors who have jumped into equity and derivative trading. Derivative trading volume might go down once people go back to their offices.


  • India, being growing economy bodes well for the Financial Markets as it leads to higher trading volume and rising stock prices.
  • The wholly owned subsidiary, NSE Academy Limited, which focuses on financial literacy has huge scope especially in rural areas.
  • Increasing financial literacy would bring more people to the financial market and hence increase the revenue of the company.


  • The trading volume is also based on the sentiment of the people on the financial market. A bearish market for an elongated period does not bode well for the retail shareholder who primarily trade in the cash market. Consecutive losses demotivate the participants and
  • Technical faults in the company's server might affect the functioning of the entire financial market of the country.

Strategies going forward:

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The content on this page is made available on the basis of the DRHP (draft red herring prospectus ) filed by National Stock Exchange Of India Limited. The final content could change based on the Red Herring Prospectus (RHP) filed

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