The list of Indian companies with the biggest annual revenue growth has been revealed by India’s top financial regulator, the Reserve Bank of India.
The Reserve Bank is the country’s top regulator, which also oversees the Central Bank of Pakistan, the National Bank of Nigeria, the Pakistan International Airlines and the State Bank of Bangladesh.
Its latest report revealed that of the top 10 Indian companies, four are in the top ten of the list.
The report also revealed that among the top 100 Indian companies in the world, three are owned by Indian investors, with the fourth listed as an independent company.
The five Indian companies that were among the highest-performing in the first half of this year, have been listed on the stock exchange.
The five Indian corporations were listed on January 17, the day after the new financial year began.
The company’s chief executive officer, Amitava Das, told ET that the company is not yet ready to disclose the value of the investment in the new year.
“There is a risk of getting the details wrong,” he said.
The list of companies that made the list is as follows:India’s largest listed company, Bharti Airtel, grew its revenue by 14% to Rs 1,932 crore.
The company is ranked fourth in the country.
Bharti Aertel, India’s largest telecom company, also grew its revenues by 14%.
The company ranked fourth on the list, after Reliance Jio, Idea Cellular and Tata Motors.
Tata Motors, India is India, largest carmaker, grew revenue by 18% to 1,838 crore.
The group’s revenues jumped by a staggering 25% in the year ended March 31 to Rs 5,964 crore.
Tata Motors, which is listed on Nasdaq, is India in the space of five companies.