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What Makes India So Special: A Matter Of Growth…

  India has the fastest growing large economy in the world and by 2020 it will also have the biggest population on the planet, currently second only to China; and the alignment of those two statistics is certainly no coincidence. Together they help explain why Red Ribbon Asset Management has worked so hard to acquire […] Read More

Ambedkar Day: Celebrating a Legacy of Social Responsibility

  Impact Investment strategies place the community, our wider society and the environment at the heart of modern portfolio management, animating strong returns for investors in a socially responsible way. That philosophy is a crucial part of the way Red Ribbon Asset Management manages its funds, and it has its roots deep in Indian culture […] Read More

Growth Markets: A Powerhouse for Global Economic Development

                                        Red Ribbon Asset Management has a core principal at the heart of its investment policies: no portfolio can be considered properly balanced unless at least ten percent of the relevant fund is deployed in Growth Markets ( […] Read More

An Upward Trend: Eco Hospitality on the Subcontinent At Red Ribbon Asset Management our ongoing interest in EcoHotels means we’ve been keeping a close watch on the Indian Hospitality Sector, and we’re particularly interested in market analysis published by SATTE (The South Asia Travel and Tourism Exchange because this highly influential trade body has been successfully calling trends in Hospitality […] Read More

India in the Post-Brexit World: Something More Than Diplomacy

    The Queen of England learned a new dance this month: she was taught Indian Mudras, or hand gestures, by the celebrated dancer and choreographer Arunima Kumar; and in keeping with the dignity of the occasion the lesson was conducted in the State Room at Buckingham Palace: “We brought Indian Art into Buckingham Palace” […] Read More

National Defence Day: A New Era Of Indian Self Reliance

In matters of Defence it sometimes pays to wait and take stock.   From the perspective of this year’s National Defence Day Celebrations and two years on from the decade long frictions caused by the Defence Ministry’s attempts to commission a new generation of fighter aircraft, MMRCA (that’s Medium Multi Role Combat Aircraft to you […] Read More

Demonetisation: A Debate Without Substance

Here’s a little conundrum.   Suppose I want to pay my tailor £500 (guineas if he is Saville Row); and I write him a cheque and post it to him before learning that the postbox was forcibly opened by a thief and the contents of the box stolen; I don’t want to take any chances, […] Read More

The Indian Government and their plans to increase infrastructure spending

There’s a well-known test they give to students at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington: imagine you are in charge of a regiment in active combat, one wing of your line is holding out and the other is failing and you have a small corps of reinforcements available. You can only deploy the reinforcements to […] Read More

How is the Indian government going to promote an environment for the growth and functioning of affordable housing?

  It was Adam Smith who pointed out that “people of the same trade rarely meet together, even for merriment or diversion, but the conversation ends in a conspiracy against the public or in some contrivance to raise prices”; and in his acidic way, Smith was drawing attention to a fundamental problem with the competitive […] Read More

What are the new investment plans for wind generation in India?

It should come as no surprise to those keeping a close watch on developments in the renewables sector that India’s largest energy producer, NTPC, has last month announced its decision to move into wind production. The proposed new 50 MW Facility will be built in Gujarat and as the company is also substantially owned by […] Read More
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