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HDFC Group Stocks
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HDFC Bank Ltd
HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd
HDFC Life Insurance Company Ltd
With private banking, HDFC is a renowned and trusted brand by thousands of Indians. The financial institution offers innovative services for the core banking procedures such as lending and investment. Strong market presence and customer support have helped HDFC Group become a robust stock market investment venture for customers. Investing in the shares of HDFC group companies can ensure positive returns on your funds and stability during market fluctuations.
About HDFC Group of Companies
Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited (HDFC) is one of India’s most renowned financial service providers within the private sector. Established by Hasmukhbhai Parekh, HDFC has diversified its business portfolio across multiple domains since its inception in 1977. This Mumbai-based financial institution offers various customised lending and finance solutions for home buyers.
One of the strongest pillars of the conglomerate is HDFC Bank which thrives as the largest private-sector bank in India. The banking entity has an interconnected network of 5,608 branch offices and 16,087 ATMs across the country. Other units of the HDFC Group are HDFC Life, HDFC Pension, HDFC Sales, HDFC Mutual Funds, HDFC Ergo General Insurance, HDFC CREDiLA, HDFC EDU, HDFC Property Fund, and HT Parekh Foundation.
The HDFC Group has a total market cap of INR 4.85 trillion per the latest financial records. The financial giant collected a net profit of INR 4,454.24 crore for Q2FY23. The PAT increased by 21.4%, while the Net Interest Income rose by 12.9% to reach INR 4,639 crore during the same period.
Investing in the shares of HDFC Group companies can be a profitable solution for those looking for trusted stock options. You can view the stock list of HDFC Group companies in NSE and BSE in the table below.
Frequently Asked Questions
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HDFC Group is India's largest conglomerate and includes numerous companies to diversify and invest for the long term. However, it is wise that you do extensive research on all the HDFC Group companies to analyse their fundamentals before choosing HDFC stocks for the long term. You can use the smart research tools with 5paisa’s Demat account to do fundamental and technical analysis before choosing HDFC stocks.
The owner of HDFC stocks is owned jointly by shareholders, foreign institutional investors, buyers, and individual shareholders. HDFC only holds 25.88% of the total shares.
The biggest HDFC stock is HDFC Bank Ltd, which comes with a market cap of Rs. 895262.95 Cr. The company deals with Financial and banking services in India and is one of India’s largest private-sector banks in terms of assets and the 11th largest bank in the world with a market capitalization of $127.16 billion on ISE (Indian Stock Exchange).
HDFC Ltd publicly holds 91 stocks entertaining a net worth of Rs. 127,240.8 Cr. However, the shareholding percentage of HDFC Bank includes 25.88% by HDFC, 38.30% by Foreign institutional investors (FII), 4.74%by Qualified institutional buyers, 13.25% by individual shareholders, 2.94% by Insurance companies, 14.57% by mutual funds or Unit Trust of India, 0.4% banks or financial institution, 0.6% by the central government.
The top HDFC stocks are mentioned below in the following table, along with their market capitalization and volume:
- Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd - 488525.71
- HDFC Life Insurance Company Ltd - 125764.94
- HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd - 41276.16
- HDFC Bank Ltd - 895262.95
The Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd is a high-debt company of HDFC.
Besides HDFC, there are some other corporate groups that may also attract the attention of the investors, which are mentioned below. Investors must carry out extensive research before investing.
The companies under the HDFC group that makes the most profit are as follows:
HDFC Bank: In the matter of making profits, HDFC Bank tops the list. Recently the bank reported an increase of 21% in the net profit, which ranged to Rs 12,594.5 crore for the end of the quarter on 31st March.
HDFC: In the list of top profit-making companies, HDFC comes second with an increased net profit percentage of 12.
HDFC AMC: The company has secured a 2% increase in the net profit for the entire year. The profit of the company post-taxation stood at Rs 1424 Cr.