Financial brokerage market in India is going through sweeping changes with new players looking to be a part of the highly competitive brokerage market characterized by dwindling brokerage and exponential growth of brokers and sub brokers. On the other hand, many existing players have been forced to undercut operations due to lack of revenues while others still surviving on the basis of consolidation. The market is witnessing new guidelines by the regulatory authorities and new innovative offers by banks and brokerage companies.
The report begins with a brief introduction to the financial broking market. The market overview includes information regarding the Indian market scenario and equity volumes on a year on year basis. An indication of the prevailing brokerage structure is included as well as highlights of the business model employed by the brokerage firms. It covers information regarding the changes in brokerage fee structure due to changes in the market. The primary guidelines stated by SEBI regarding the brokerage market are highlighted. The market overview section also analyses the brokerage sector as a whole to understand the opportunities and competitiveness of the market through a porter's analysis. The overall distribution of brokers and stock brokers has also been provided.
The following section explains the major drivers in the market such as increase of income levels in tier 2 cities, under penetration of equities which can be explored by the brokerage firms to increase their brokerage. Other factors include developing franchisees to gather more revenue without having to actually spend on infrastructure. Return of FII and IPO are other encouraging factors. Rising rate of FD and other traditional saving instruments are proving to be more in vogue due to the turbulent Indian market conditions which is acting as a major challenge for the market. Global uncertainties have created huge pressures on the market. Consolidation of smaller broking firms and retail investors staying away are other important barriers that the market faces.
The trends identified are trading in mobile and online platforms along with offline modes in order to reach out to the far flung customers, new players coming in the Indian broking space making the competition even more intensive including banking institutions. Other trends include diversification of the major players in other lines of business and new innovative offerings by broking units so as to lure customers. It has been seen that broking units are also trying to hard sell Demat account and bulk of the equity investments from retail customers are coming via mutual fund route. Additionally, large players are tying up with smaller players towards expanding their distribution network and to tap a larger market.
The competition section provides an overview of the competitive landscape in the market and includes a detailed profile of the major players. A bubble chart for the public companies, depicting their relative positions in the market with respect to total income, net profit/loss and market capitalization is included. Similarly, a bubble chart for the private players is also included with respect to their total income, net profit/loss and total assets. This section also includes list of products and services, key people, financial snapshot, key ratios and key recent developments for all companies, along with key business segments and key geographic segments for public companies. In conclusion, key takeaways of the report have also been identified.
- Table of Contents
Page 1: Executive Summary
Page 2: Financial Brokerage Market: Concepts of retail and institutional investors
Page 3: Markets in India - Introduction
Page 4: Stocks - Equity: Average Daily Volumes (2007-08 to 2010-11), Geographical Distribution (Cash Segment) (2006-07 to 2009-10), Turnover (Cash Segment) (2005-06 to 2009-10)
Page 5: Commodity Market - Overview, Average Daily Turnover - Commodity (2009-2011); Currency Market - Overview, Average Daily Turnover - Currency (2009-2011)
Page 6: Prevailing Brokerage Structure (Indicative)
Page 7: Undercutting of Brokerage Fee
Page 8: Business Model of a Brokerage Company
Page 9: Porter's Analysis of the Brokerage Industry
Page 10: SEBI Guidelines
Page 11: Criteria for Brokers and Sub-Brokers
Page 12-13: Distribution of Brokers and Sub-brokers
Drivers & Challenges
Page 14: Summary
Page 15-19: Drivers
Page 20-23: Challenges
Page 24: Trends - Summary
Page 25-29: Major Trends
Page 30: Major Public Companies - Summary
Page 31-66: Major Public Companies (Domestic)
Page 67: Major Private Companies - Summary
Page 68-99: Major Private Companies (Domestic)
Page 100-105: Major Private Companies (Foreign)
Page 106: Key Takeaways
Page 107: Appendix
- List of Figures
List of Charts & Figures
1. Equity: Average Daily Volumes (2007-08 to 2010-11)
2. Geographical Distribution - Cash Segment (2006-07 to 2009-10)
3. Turnover - Cash Segment (2005-06 to 2009-10)
4. Average Daily Turnover - Commodity (2009-2011)
5. Average Daily Turnover - Currency (2009-2011)
6. Total Registered Brokers - Cash Segment (2009-10)
7. Total Registered Sub-brokers (2009-10)
Drivers and Challenges
8. Gross National Savings (% of GDP) (2009-2016e)
9. City-wise Investment in the Stock Market (2005-06 to 2009-10)
10. Change in Financial Assets of Households (1999-2001, 2003-05, 2007-09)
11. Network of Brokerage Houses (Mar 2007- Mar 2011)
12. Rise in Equity Investments by FIIs (2009-10)
13. Rise in Debt Investments by FIIs (2009-10)
14. Growth Prospects of IPO (2008-2010)
15. Investment by the Retail Sector (Cash Segment) (2009-2011)
16. Market Turnover of the Retail Sector (2009-2011)
17. Growth of Internet Based Trading (2008-2011)
18. Rise in Sub-brokers (2001-2010)
19. Company profiles (All companies)
a. Bubble Chart (Based on revenue, net income and market capitalization / asset value)
b. Financial Snapshot (All Companies)
c. Key Business segments (Public Companies)
d. Key Geographic segments (Public Companies)
- List of Tables
List of Tables
1. Prevailing Brokerage Structure - Indicative
2. Falling Brokerage Rates (basis points) - Indicative
Drivers and Challenges
3. Five Major Companies to Defer IPOs in 2011
4. Major consolidations
5. Company profiles (All companies)
a. Company information
b. Products and services
c. Key people
d. Key Financial Performance Indicators
e. Key Ratios
f. Key Recent Developments
6. Ratio Calculations
- Companies Covered
1. Amrapali Industries Ltd.
2. Edelweiss Financial Services Ltd.
3. Emkay Global Financial Services Ltd.
4. Geojit BNP Paribas Financial Services Ltd.
5. India Infoline Ltd.
6. Indiabulls Securities Ltd.
7. JM Financial Ltd.
8. Money Matters Financial Services Ltd.
9. Motilal Oswal Financial Services Ltd.
10. Ratnabali Capital Markets Ltd.
11. Subhkam Capital Ltd.
12. VLS Finance Ltd.
13. Anand Rathi Financial Services Ltd.
14. Angel Broking Ltd.
15. Bonanza Portfolio Ltd.
16. HDFC Securities Ltd.
17. ICICI Securities Ltd.
18. Karvy Stock Broking Ltd.
19. Kotak Securities Ltd.
20. Reliance Securities Ltd.
21. Religare Securities Ltd.
22. Sharekhan Ltd.
23. SMC Global Securities Ltd.
24. Doha Brokerage Financial Services Ltd.
25. HSBC InvestDirect (India) Ltd.