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Last 2,009 INR
Change Today -39.15 / -1.91%
Volume 1.3M
INFO On Other Exchanges
Symbol
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As of 7:06 AM 06/2/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

infosys ltd (INFO) Snapshot

Open
2,045
Previous Close
2,048
Day High
2,055
Day Low
2,005
52 Week High
02/20/15 - 2,336
52 Week Low
06/6/14 - 1,475
Market Cap
2.3T
Average Volume 10 Days
2.1M
EPS TTM
107.89
Shares Outstanding
1.1B
EX-Date
06/15/15
P/E TM
18.6x
Dividend
44.50
Dividend Yield
1.82%
Current Stock Chart for INFOSYS LTD (INFO)

infosys ltd (INFO) Details

Infosys Limited, together with its subsidiaries, provides business consulting, technology, engineering, and outsourcing services in North America, Europe, India, and internationally. Its solutions include business information technology (IT) services comprising application development and maintenance, independent validation services, infrastructure management, business process management, and engineering services consisting of product engineering and life cycle solutions; and consulting and systems integration services, including consulting, enterprise solutions, systems integration, and advanced technologies. Its solutions also comprise Finacle, a banking solution that address the banking, e-banking, mobile banking, customer relationship management, payments, treasury, origination, liquidity management, and wealth management needs of retail, corporate, and universal banks; cloud-hosted business platforms and software products; and Edge Suite products and platforms. In addition, the company offers business intelligence solutions comprising cloud computing, enterprise mobility, digital, and big data and analytics. Infosys Limited serves clients in financial services and insurance; manufacturing; communications and services; energy and utilities; retail, and consumer packaged goods and logistics; life sciences and healthcare; and growth markets. The company was formerly known as Infosys Technologies Limited and changed its name to Infosys Limited in June 2011. Infosys Limited was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Bengaluru, India.

176,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 05/20/15
Founded in 1981

infosys ltd (INFO) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, W...
Total Annual Compensation: 44.1M
Chief Operating Officer, Global Head of Strat...
Total Annual Compensation: 44.6M
Chief Executive Officer of Lodestone Holding ...
Total Annual Compensation: $482.4K
Chief Executive Officer of Infosys Public Ser...
Total Annual Compensation: $426.3K
Head of Global Services – Application Develop...
Total Annual Compensation: $525.9K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

infosys ltd (INFO) Key Developments

Infosys Faces Lawsuit in the US Alleging Employment Discrimination

Infosys faced lawsuit in the US alleging employment discrimination. The new suit, filed in a US District Court of the Eastern District of Wisconsin, alleges that the company favoured people of South Asian origin. The case, filed by four individuals in August, 2013, claimed that they are Caucasian individuals of American origin and alleged that Infosys and its subsidiary 1 Infosys Public Services - discriminated against them in employment and promotion opportunities while favoring people of South Asian origin which includes Indians, Bangladeshis and Nepalese. US District Court Judge Pamela Pepper in a ruling did not dismiss the discrimination lawsuit as sought by Infosys and allowed the case to proceed in part while granting certain relief to the company. The ruling said, that the plaintiffs' allegations are sufficient to state claims that the defendants intentionally discriminated against them because of the plaintiffs' race, and the complaint is clear that the plaintiffs regard their race as distinct from the 'South Asian race' that the defendants allegedly favor. The court will continue to hear the case. The suit alleged that Infosys began a concerted effort in the US to purge non-south Asian employees in favor of South Asian and further said that the company promoted South Asian workers and brought in additional Indian workers. It alleged that because of their race and origin, Infosys did not employ Caucasian Americans.

Shareholders Are Asked To Vote Against Infosys Merger Plan

A shareholder advisory firm has recommended investors of Infosys Ltd. (BSE:500209) to vote against a proposal to merge its core banking product Finacle, with its subsidiary Edgeverve Systems Limited. SES cited the lack of clear information on valuation for the merger as the reason for the recommendation. Infosys in its notice to shareholders merely states that the estimated consideration for sale is up to INR 34 billion. "On what resolution will the shareholders vote?" said SES's head J N Gupta, a former Securities and Exchange Board of India executive director. "Infosys has stated that the estimated consideration for sale is up to INR 34 billion, which means the amount can be anything from NIL up to INR 34 billion. While seeking shareholders' approval for such transfer a large company like Infosys should at least indicate the exact consideration. Or alternatively should have provided a range of consideration so as to enable the shareholders to take an informed decision. This does not suit governance practice of a company like Infosys." Infosys did not respond to an email query on the issue. "Since the company is a 100% subsidiary, there would not be grave concerns but fact is that Infosys should have provided more details for the sake of transparency and for shareholders to take informed decision," said Shriram Subramanian, Managing Director, InGovern, another shareholder advisory firm.

Infosys Expects to Name R Seshasayee as Interim Non-Executive Chairman

Infosys is expected to name board member R Seshasayee as interim non-executive chairman while it evaluates external and internal candidates to replace KV Kamath, who is stepping down to join the $100-billion BRICS Bank as its first president, according to two people aware of the development. The process of evaluating candidates for the position of nonexecutive chairman is still at an early stage but a successor is expected to be finalised in 2-3 weeks. ET first reported that Infosys had started the hunt for its next chairman and may appoint either Seshasayee, executive vice chairman at Ashok Leyland, or former Microsoft India chairman Ravi Venkatesan as interim chairman to oversee the transition.

 

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