- Personal Care
- Cigarettes and Cigars
- Branded Apparel
- Education & Stationery Products
- Incense Sticks and Safety Matches
- Paperboards and Packaging
- Information Technology is among the many domains that make up the conglomerate.
- Sanjiv Puri- Chairman & Managing Director
- Nakul Anand- Executive Director
- Sumant Bhargavan- Executive Director
- Rajiv Tandon- Executive Director
- Shilabhadra Banerjee- Independent Director
- Hemant Bhargava- Non-Executive Director
- Arun Duggal- Independent Director
- Sunil Behari Mathur- Independent Director
- Anand Nayak- Independent Director
- Nirupama Rao- Independent Director
- Ajit Kumar Seth- Independent Director
- Meera Shankar- Independent Director
- David Robert Simpson- Non-Executive Director
Subsidiaries:ITC is a huge conglomerate. It has subsidiaries and different brands in various domains.
- ITC Hotels
- ITC Infotech India Ltd
- Sunrise Foods Pvt Ltd.
- ITC Paperboards and Specialty Papers Division
- Balan Natural Food Pvt. Ltd
- Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa
- Bay Islands Hotels Ltd
- Technico Agri Sciences Ltd
- Surya Nepal Pvt Ltd.
- Welcomhotels Lanka Ltd.
- Technico Pty Ltd
- Maharaja Heritage Resorts Ltd
- Gold Flake Corporation Ltd
- ITC- International Business Division
- North East Nutrients Private Ltd
- ITC Investments & Holdings Ltd
- ITC Filtrona Ltd
- ITC Foods Ltd
- Fortune Park Hotels Ltd
- BFIL Finance Ltd
- Srinivasa Resorts Ltd
History of ITC Ltd.1910: Imperial Tobacco Company was established in a leased office with a small capital of Rs 3.10 Lakhs.1975: ITC entered into the hotel business with the acquisition of a hotel in Chennai which was renamed as ITC-Welcomgroup Hotel Chola1979: ITC entered the Paperboards business.1985: ITC set up Surya Tobacco Co. in Nepal. It was their first venture beyond national borders.1990: ITC acquired Tribeni Tissues Limited. It is a specialised paper manufacturing company and also a major supplier of tissue paper to the cigarette industry.2002: ITC launched a line of premium range notebooks under the brand Paperkraft.2000: ITC also entered the Lifestyle Retailing business with the Wills Sport and manufactured relaxed wear for men and women.2001: The company entered into branded packaged foods and introduced a wide range of products.2002: The company started supporting the small and cottage sector by introducing safety matches and incense sticks like Aim and Mangaldeep.2005: ITC entered the Personal Care Business and introduced products like Essenza Di Wills, Fiama, Vivel and Superia.2010: ITC launched its hand-rolled cigar named Armenteros in the Indian market.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)1. ITC e-Choupal Ecosystem: Indian farmers face various challenges related to poor quality soil, climate change etc. With the ITC e-Choupal Ecosystem initiative, they have set up village internet kiosks (e-choupal). It helps farmers collect real-time and up-to-date information on weather, prices of goods and much more.2. ITCs Afforestation Program: Many Indian farmers own lands which are not fertile enough to grow crops. So ITCs Afforestation Programme assists farmers to turn their infertile lands into fertile lands using clonal saplings. These saplings are specially developed by ITCs R&D team to grow in harsh conditions.3. ITCs Women Economic Empowerment Program: Women from rural areas have limited education and skills and hence end up being dependent. ITCs Women’s Economic Empowerment Program provides these women with opportunities to become independent. They provide resources and training to set up a small business or form a small or micro-enterprise.4. ITCs Primary Education Program: One of the major challenges that prevent children from progressing is lack of education. ITCs primary education programme helps poor and unprivileged children complete their schooling and inculcate skills and abilities for a better future.
Shareholding Pattern of ITC
Profit and Loss Statement of ITC Ltd.(Figures in Rs. Crores)
|Profit before tax||16,026||17,409||19,150||20,035||17,938|
Balance Sheet of ITC(Figures in Rs. Crores)
|Cash & Bank||2,967||2,900||4,152||7,277||3,833||4,659|
|Loans and Advances||1,869||2,796||2,810||3,189||94||2,646|
ITC’s Key Financial Ratios:
|Market Cap (Cr): Rs 2,59,366||Face Value (₹): 1||EPS (₹): 11.32|
|Book Value (₹): 49||Roce (%): 28.6||Debt to Equity: 0.00|
|Stock P/E: 18.6||ROE (%): 21||Dividend Yield (%): 5.1|
|Revenue (Cr): Rs 49,494||Earnings (Cr): Rs 16,827||Cash (Cr): Rs 4,659|
|Total Debt (Cr): Rs 271||Promoter’s Holdings (%): 0|
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Mutual fund holdings and trends of ITC Ltd.
|Schemes||Quantity||As on||Prev. Qty||Change (Qty)|
|Aditya Birla sun life arbitrage fund – growth||11,171||31-08-2021||6,893||4,278|
|Aditya Birla sun life balanced advantage fund – growth option||9,102||31-08-2021||8,829||273|
|ICICI prudential regular savings fund – growth||3,624||31-08-2021||1,568||2,056|
|Kotak debt hybrid fund – growth||1,360||31-08-2021||1,319||41|
|Parag Parikh conservative hybrid fund – regular plan growth||975||31-08-2021||817||158|
|India bulls blue chip fund – regular plan – growth option||317||31-08-2021||308||9|
|DSP regular savings fund – growth||292||31-08-2021||283||9|
|Tata retirement savings fund – conservative plan – growth||167||31-08-2021||162||5|
|India bulls tax savings fund – regular plan- growth option||133||31-08-2021||129||4|
|India bulls equity hybrid fund-regular plan – growth||89||31-08-2021||87||2|
Valuation Analysis of ITC:You can easily analyse if the stock is overvalued or undervalued using its margin of safety index.
- High margin of safety = Current share price < Intrinsic value of share
- Low margin of safety = Current share price > Intrinsic value of share