RIL gives shareholders 21% annual return in 40 years

Mukesh Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Industries Limited.

Indian Corporate Sector Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), the largest company of India, has given more than 21 per cent annual returns to its investors during its 40 years since its initial IPO. In the first IPO of RIL, which came 40 years ago, if a person had taken 100 shares for 1000 rupees, then his total value has increased to Rs 17,82,605.

The company has the highest market cap
RIL’s market cap at present is Rs 5,25,513 crore. In this case, it is the largest company in the country. It is also clear that the performance of the company has been consistently good and the confidence of investors is building in it.

The company is also on top in terms of profitRIL is also the largest private sector company in terms of profit. Its total profit in the financial year 2016-17 was Rs 31,425 crore. It was also the highest net profit earning company in the country during the financial years 2014-15 and 2015-16.

5 bonus share issues in 40 years

In 40 years, RIL gave 5 bonus share issues to the shareholders. Due to this, the shareholders who took 100 shares at that time have 1024 shares at this time. The first bonus share issue was first declared by RIL in 1979–80.

The journey from the smallest textile company to the largest company
Starting from a small textile manufacturing plant in Ahmedabad, RIL’s journey to become the largest company in the country is very interesting. Today, the company has become the largest player in the hydrocarbon exploration and production, petroleum refining and marketing, petrochemicals, retail and high-speed digital service businesses.

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