Axis Bank Complete Fundamental Analysis Model
Originally published: 28/09/2020 07:21
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Axis Bank Complete Fundamental Analysis Model

Fundamental Analysis in Microsoft Excel of HDFC Bank Shares.

Note: This model is different from my other models. It is only a graphical template for visualization of data and does not include any formulas.

HDFC Bank is India's largest private sector lender in terms of assets. The company has been the fastest-growing bank in India since the last decade. It is also the largest bank in India by market capitalisation as of March 2020 and operates across 3 verticals namely Retail Banking, Wholesale Banking and Treasury Services. HDFC bank has transformed the business of retail banking in India through its wide reach and technology. It is also a leading provider of electronic banking services for Supply Chain Management (SCM) for manufacturing organizations.

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The Model covers all the major fundamental aspects of HDFC bank over the ten year period. The model is easy to edit and update for the future years as well. It includes:
Economic Moat
Business Model and Management
Financial Positions
Profitability Ratios
Cash and Liquidity Ratios
Debt Coverage Ratios
Efficiency Ratios
Valuation Ratios
ROE (Du Pont Analysis)
Future Prospects

Further Qualitative analysis is also done considering these factors and ratings have been assigned. The complete detailed analysis is in the word document along with the Excel model.

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The aim is to provide a thorough outlook into the company's financial position. This will help the students in projects and learning fundamental analysis. This can also be used by Investors who are looking to do their own due diligence before investing in the Indian Stock Markets

Equity Research, Fundamental Analysis, Valuation, Long Term Investing

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