DSE ESTATES LIMITED (Formerly Delhi Stock Exchange Limited) is one of the oldest stock exchanges of India and has helped lots of companies to facilitate investments. Being one of the oldest stock exchanges, it has contributed to spreading financial literacy among the population of India.
The Delhi Stock Exchange voluntarily surrendered its stock exchange recognition in the year 2014. However, Delhi Stock Exchange is planning to again start its trading operations soon, which will be backed by global technology and skills.
Delhi Stock Exchange, today, mainly earns income from its lending and investing activities. Moreover, it has a Subsidiary known as ‘Delstox Stocks and Shares’, which is a financial services company and provides a platform to trade to the members of BSE and NSE.
25 June 1947
Category/Sub-category of the Company
Company Limited by Shares
Address of the Registered office and contact details
3/1, Asaf Ali Road, New Delhi – 110002
Name, Address and Contact Details of
Registrar and Transfer Agent, if any
Abhipra Capital Limited
Dilkhush Industrial Estate,
A-387, G.T. Karnal Road, Azadpur,
New Delhi - 110033
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mr. Vijay Bhushan (Chairman)
Mr. Mahender Kumar Gupta (Director)
Mr. Vinod Kumar Goel (Director)
Mr. Hans Raj Kapoor (Director)
PARTICULARS OF SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES
Name of the Company
% of shares held
Delstox Stocks and Shares
DSE ESTATES LIMITED UNLISTED SHARE DETAILS
Total Available Shares:
Rs. 1 Per Equity Share
Last Traded Price:
Rs. 45.37 Crore
(As of 31-03-2020)
Number of shares
% of total Shares of the company
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With a favorable regulatory environment, Indian capital markets are expected to remain attractive to both domestic and foreign investors. Initiatives by the government towards ease of doing business, enhanced sectoral caps, a simpler mechanism to obtain approval for investment coupled with tax exemptions are expected to further boost the robust business environment for foreign investors leading to a larger inflow of capital in the coming years as well. This will not only augment the depth, maturity, and robustness of the Indian capital markets but also build investor confidence.
In a population of about 1.37 billion people, only around 2.5% are invested in the capital markets in India. India has nearly 4 crore Demat accounts, out of which the only 0.95crore is active. Traditionally, metropolitan cities have played an important role in contributing to the markets but it has been mostly restricted up to that point. There is still a significant dearth of participation from Tier-II and Tier-III cities, which would be the main contributor to the booming markets across all socio-economic strata. The entry of young investors from these small towns would be pivotal for driving the next level of growth in Indian Capital Markets. Metropolitan Stock Exchange of India Limited aims at catering to this need of the hour through easily accessible customized products across multiple investment avenues.
PROFIT & LOSS STATEMENT OF DSE ESTATES LIMITED (In Rs. Lakhs)
Revenue from Operations
Profit before Exceptional Items and Tax
Profit After Tax (PAT)
BALANCE SHEET OF DSE ESTATES LIMITED (In Rs. Lakhs)
31st March 2020
31st March 2019
NON CURRENT ASSETS
Capital work in Progress
Other non-current assets
TOTAL NON CURRENT ASSETS
Cash and Cash equivalents
other current assets
TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS
EQUITY AND LIABILITIES
Equity share capital
NON CURRENT LIABILITIES
Other Long term liabilities
TOTAL NON CURRENT LIABILITIES
Other current liabilities
TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES
TOTAL EQUITY AND LIABILITIES
Dividend (final + interim) (In Rs.)
PERFORMANCE OF THE COMPANY
Revenue from Operations of the company decreased by 11.40% from Rs. 28.86 lakhs in FY 2019 to Rs. 25.57 lakhs in FY 2020.
EBITDA of the company for FY 2020 was a loss of Rs. 215.63 lakhs, as against a loss of Rs. 214.43 lakhs.
The company does not have any long-term or short-term borrowings. Hence Debt to Equity ratio of the company as of 31st March 2020 was 0.
Net profit of the company increased significantly by 186.08% from Rs. 90.28 lakhs in FY 2019 to Rs. 264 lakhs in FY 2020. This big rise can be attributed to rising in ‘Other Income’ of the company.
The current ratio of the company as of 31st March 2020 was 20.4.
The company has not given any dividends for the past three years.
The book value per equity share of the company as of 31st March 2020 was Rs. 27.
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