Top 5 Holdings of East Bridge Capital Master Fund

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East Bridge Capital Master Fund is a well known FII known for its shrewd picks in the midcap space.

It’s top 5 holdings as on 31 December,2017 as per stock exchanges is as given below:

Company Name Symbol Entity Name Value (In Crores)
Piramal Enterprises Limited PEL EAST BRIDGE CAPITAL MASTER FUND LIMITED 1573.8
Jubilant Life Sciences Limited JUBILANT EAST BRIDGE CAPITAL MASTER FUND LIMITED 684.29
Shriram City Union Finance Limited SHRIRAMCIT EAST BRIDGE CAPITAL MASTER FUND LIMITED 504.81
Bharat Financial Inclusion Limited BHARATFIN EAST BRIDGE CAPITAL MASTER FUND LIMITED 458.11
The Federal Bank  Limited FEDERALBNK EAST BRIDGE CAPITAL MASTER FUND LIMITED 444.05
Prestige Estates Projects Limited PRESTIGE East Bridge Capital Master Fund Limited 394.41

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SME is where the action is

It is early days, but India has more than a million companies that potentially require capital.

SMEs create more jobs; so there is always the comfort that most of the money raised is actually going to companies, and they will use it to expand and create jobs.

I would be surprised if we don’t have 5,000 companies listed in the next few years. Every moment there are 50-60 companies in the pipeline.

One of the issues hindering the growth of SME listing is the worry of promoters that their companies will be taken over. But we hope that these 220 pioneers that are now listed will become role models.

said Ashishkumar Chauhan, MD of BSE