Oracle Financial Services Software Limited (BSE:532466)
Oracle Financial Services Software Limited provides information technology (IT) solutions and business processing services to the financial services industry worldwide. Formed in 1989, and headed by CEO Chaitanya Kamat, the company currently employs 9,064 people and with the company’s market capitalisation at INR ₹335.12B, we can put it in the large-cap group.
532466’s earnings growth in the past year of 4.03%, producing an outstanding triple-digit return to shareholders, is an impressive feat for the company. 532466’s upcoming commitments are met by its short-term assets, and the company has zero debt on its balance sheet, portraying its strong financial capacity. In addition, 532466’s sturdy growth in its dividend payments over time makes it one of the highest dividend payers in the market. Interested in Oracle Financial Services Software? Find out more here.
NBCC (India) Limited (BSE:534309)
NBCC (India) Limited engages in project management consultancy and real estate development businesses in India and internationally. Started in 1960, and currently lead by Anoop Mittal, the company provides employment to 2,212 people and with the market cap of INR ₹182.75B, it falls under the large-cap category.
One reason why investors are attracted to 534309 is its earnings growth potential in the near future of 38.10%, supported by an outstanding triple-digit revenue growth. Last but not least, 534309 has ample cash coverage over its short term liabilities, and the business has no debt on its books, portraying its strong financial capacity. More detail on NBCC (India) here.
Berger Paints India Limited (BSE:509480)
Berger Paints India Limited manufactures and sells paint products in India. Started in 1923, and now led by CEO Abhijit Roy, the company now has 2,464 employees and has a market cap of INR ₹251.16B, putting it in the large-cap stocks category.
509480’s proven ability to generate high returns in the past of 23.71%, surpassing the industry growth of 14.74%, gives us more conviction of the company’s capacity to drive bottom-line growth going forward. 509480 has ample cash coverage over its short term liabilities, and its debt is adequately covered by its operating cash, demonstrating financial stability and good capital management. Likewise, 509480 has been able to reinvest its profits, as well as pay some out as dividends, which has been impressively growing over the past decade. More on Berger Paints India here.
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