Zone 1 – Havells India Limited
Sector - Other Elect.Equip./ Prod.
Profile: Havells India Limited is the country’s leading Fast Moving Electrical Goods (FMEG) manufacturer, producing a wide range of world class industrial and consumer electrical products. The Company works in step with the Make in India initiative and has an extensive production and distribution network across India and the world. Havells manufacturers 90% all its products in house. The Company has an extremely strong global presence across 50 countries with manufacturing units in China, Europe, Africa and Latin America apart from 7 manufacturing locations in India. Our domestic manufacturing plants are located in Dehli NCR, Alwar, Baddi, Faridabad, Haridwar, Neemrana and Sahibabad.
The Company also has a chain of exclusive brand showrooms called Havells Galaxy that caters to both industrial and consumer products. We are also the first FMEG Company every to offer 24X7 customer service that allows every product owner to avail of services in their own language. Our customer service team works with 9 different languages and caters to customers in over 400 districts.
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Only team members may conduct research on the subject company for the purposes of the CFA Institute Research Challenge. Teams may use only publicly available information in conducting their research.
a. Teams may utilize their industry mentor and/or faculty adviser as resources but may not enlist the help of any other professionals in conducting research specific to the subject company.
b. The written reports and presentations should be prepared from the perspective of an independent research analyst.
c. Teams can read existing research on the subject company but all analysis should be their own; they may not copy analysis (i.e., plagiarize) from another source into their written reports or presentations.7 Sourced information should be properly cited using a generally accepted citation system.
Teams may not have contact with subject company corporate executives for the purposes of the CFA Institute Research Challenge other than during the informational session (described in the following text) and the one permitted follow-up communication.
a. The subject company may provide teams with an informational session. The informational session may include a question and answer (Q&A) session during which time teams may pose questions to the subject company and the subject company may respond.
b. Teams may send one follow-up email to the subject company. When contacting the subject company, each team must confine their contact to those corporate officers who normally interact with investors, such as investor relations officers, CEOs, or chief financial officers.
c. Teams may not contact subject company corporate executives for the purposes of the CFA Institute Research Challenge other than the informational session, the Q&A session, and the one permitted follow-up communication.
d. Teams are permitted to interact with the company as a member of the general public (e.g., teams may dine in a restaurant that is a subject company or take a tour of the subject company if it is publicly available).
e. Teams may contact the subject company’s customers, competitors, former employees, and suppliers in conducting research, including surveys; however, each team member must identify him/herself as a student and disclose his/her participation in the CFA Institute Research Challenge.
f. Prior to contacting the subject company, its customers, competitors, former employees, or suppliers, the team must submit its questions to the faculty adviser or industry mentor. The faculty adviser or industry mentor must participate in each communication but only for the purpose of ensuring that no material nonpublic information is discussed. Faculty advisers and industry mentors are not permitted to ask any questions or provide any opinions on the subject company. The time spent by the faculty adviser or industry mentor while monitoring this kind of communication will not count toward the maximum number of hours allotted for faculty adviser or industry mentor involvement.