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Tata investors will become rich, business model will change in 3 years, know what is Ratan Tata's plan

Ratan Tata is going to do 6 blasts in 3 years. These explosions will happen one after the other. After these explosions you will forget the history of Tata Tech too. These explosions will only rain money. Investors will become rich. Along with this, the name of Tata Group will be counted among the largest groups in Asia. In contrast, Adani Group and Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Group will look much smaller.
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In the last 20 years, only one company of Tata Group, Tata Tech, has been listed in the stock market. TCS was first in the market. Now the wait will not be long. The Tata Group is planning to list around half a dozen companies in the next 2 to 3 years. This means that investors of the country's stock market have a perfect chance of earning. People with knowledge of the matter said in media reports that the main objective of Tata Sons is to add value to the group, enhance future growth and provide an exit option to select investors. Let us also tell you what Tata Group is going to do in the next two to three years?

Tata Group announced in the last quarter of 2022 to invest $90 billion in emerging industries by 2027, including mobile components, semiconductors, EVs, batteries, renewable energy and e-commerce. According to media reports, this investment is expected to cross $120 billion in the coming years.

IPOs of BigBasket, Tata Digital, Tata Electronics, Tata Capital, Tata Autocomp Systems, Tata Passenger Electric Mobility, Tata Housing and Tata Batteries could be launched in the market in the next two to three years, according to experts. The group is looking to rapidly expand into new-age sectors such as digital, retail, semiconductors and electric vehicle batteries. Tata Sons has not commented on this matter. According to the information, the decision to enter the capital market is always strategic.

Experts said in media reports that the business, which started 20 or 25 years ago, is now in the growth phase and is in a position to monetize. Also, calculated decisions are taken by certain companies in consultation with Tata Sons. Last November, Tata Technologies launched a Rs 3,000-crore IPO, the group's first issue since Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), India's largest IT company, in 2004. Tata Tech's IPO was an OFS based IPO. Through which Tata Motors raised Rs 2,314 crore, while Alpha TC Holdings and Tata Capital Growth Fund sold shares worth Rs 486 crore and Rs 243 crore respectively. The IPO was oversubscribed 69 times. After which the company was listed at a premium of 165 percent.

Tata Sons' annual report for the financial year states that the group has invested in new and existing businesses based on capital, growth and off balance sheet requirements. Tata Sons received a dividend of Rs 33,252 crore in FY 2023. Holdco recently sold 0.6 percent stake in TCS for around Rs. 9,400 crore has been raised. Earlier this month, Tata Motors announced the separation of its commercial and passenger vehicles into separate units. Both businesses will operate as separately listed companies. Analysts said the advantage of being a separately listed commercial vehicle company is that it can access the capital market more efficiently.

Tata Group announced in the last quarter of 2022 to invest $90 billion in emerging industries by 2027, including mobile components, semiconductors, EVs, batteries, renewable energy and e-commerce. According to media reports, this investment is expected to cross $120 billion in the coming years.

Tata Sons' annual report for the financial year states that the group has invested in new and existing businesses based on capital, growth and off balance sheet requirements. Tata Sons received a dividend of Rs 33,252 crore in FY 2023. Holdco recently sold 0.6 percent stake in TCS for around Rs. 9,400 crore has been raised. Earlier this month, Tata Motors announced the separation of its commercial and passenger vehicles into separate units. Both businesses will operate as separately listed companies. Analysts said the advantage of being a separately listed commercial vehicle company is that it can access the capital market more efficiently.

Tata Capital may list next year. The group is considering listing Tata Capital next year to meet Reserve Bank of India (RBI) norms. In September 2022, the RBI classified both Tata Capital and Tata Sons as 'upper tier' non-banking finance companies (NBFC), ordering them to go public within three years from the date of classification.

Tata Capital may list next year. The group is considering listing Tata Capital next year to meet Reserve Bank of India (RBI) norms. In September 2022, the RBI classified both Tata Capital and Tata Sons as 'upper tier' non-banking finance companies (NBFC), ordering them to go public within three years from the date of classification.

 
 
 
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