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Sat Pal Khattar Latest Portfolio

Postby Pee Vee » Mon Jun 05, 2017 12:34 pm

Sat Pal Khattar is a prominent Indian lawyer in Singapore. His has a Rs 650 crore equity portfolio on Dalal Street.

Sat Pal Khattar has over 1 per cent stake in a host of companies on Dalal Street such as DCM, Sequent Scientific, Sangam India, Gayatri Projects, Strides Shasun, Intense Tech, IIFL Holdings, Transwarranty Finance and Suyog Telematics. IIFL Holdings, Sequent Scientific and Intense technologies.

These stocks have delivered multibagger returns over the past few years.

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As of March 31, Sat Pal Khattar was holding nearly 2 per cent stake in IIFL Holdings. The stock has surged from Rs 82 to Rs 500 till May 2017, clocking a growth of 510 per cent. IIFL Holdings is one of the biggest stocks in Khattar’s portfolio with present value of Rs 300 crore.

Strides Shasun is also a multibagger in Khattar’s portfolio with latest market value of Rs 141 crore.

Khattar held 1.27 per cent stake in the company as of December 2008. His present holding stands at 1.75 per cent. The stock has soared 125 per cent to Rs 905.30 as of May 31, 2017 from Rs 401 in December 2011

The stock has surged 870 per cent to Rs 111 as of May 31, 2017 from Rs 11.45 on December 30, 2011.

With current market capitalisation of Rs 230 crore, Intense Technologies is among Khattar’s favourite stocks. He was holding 2.67 per cent stake in the company during the second quarter of FY09, when the stock was trading at Rs 13. The stock has since risen to trade at Rs 105 as of May 31, 2017. His holding in the company has slipped to 1.77 per cent in this period.

Khattar is the founder of Khattar Wong & Partners, one of the largest law firms in Singapore. He retired from law practice in 2000 and established Khattar Holding, a private investment firm.

He was honoured by the Government of India with the Padma Shri in 2011 making him the first Singapore resident to be conferred the civilian honour. Khattar was born at Bhera, now in Pakistan, in November 1942.

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