Why Do Investors Invest Internationally?

Making money is an art as well as science. Where some people are blessed with entrepreneurial genes have an inherent flair of making money, on the other side,many persons never discover their talent of earning money. According to the veteran investor Warren Buffett, "If you don't find a way to make money while you sleep you will work until you die". When it comes to making money while sleeping or generating passive income, then the investment is one of the smartest ways to generate substantial passive income.

Today, the trend of international investment is on the rise. International investment is a type of investment where investment is made outside the domestic market. By investing internationally, investors broaden their portfolios and expand the horizon of return. When investors invest in the international market; they become proficient to counter domestic market risk and find opportunities in the international market. Broadly, international investment is classified into four categories:

Government Funds/Aids:

These funds flow from one country to other with the objective of aid or assistance to the economy as a whole. Such transactions are carried out between the governments.

Cross Border Loans:

When a government seeks a loan from a foreign bank is known as a cross-border loan. Due to easy accessibility and fewer collateral restrictions, cross border loan is a popular financing vehicle.

Foreign Portfolio Investment:

When investors invest in foreign companies, known as Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPI). In such investments, there is no chance of long-term interest but through exchanges, one can do trading effortlessly.

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI):

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is investments made by foreign multinational companies ina country's economy. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is more of a long-term concern and takes any form of investing from equities and debts to property and assets.

Top Advantages of International Investment:
  • Investors get broader and better market exposure that indigenous markets might not provide. According to U.S. News, Croatia, Thailand, United Kingdom, Indonesia, India, Denmark, and Malaysia are some of the best countries in which investors can invest internationally.
  • In the case of international investment, there is a great chance of high growth and better return.
  • Investing internationally reduces currency exchange risk and may guarantee greater gains.
  • Offsetting risks pertaining to domestic markets and diversification of a portfolio.

Benefits of Investment in India for Foreign Investors: Few important benefits of investment in India for foreign investors are below:

India is World's Fastest Growing Economies:

According to the Ministry of Finance, the economy of India is getting back on track, which was once affected badly due to the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide lockdown. The market is recovering quickly. In 2021-22, India's GDP was 11% nominal GDP by 15.4%, which is the highest since independence. In this scenario, if foreign investors invest in India, they will get the advantage of a better and redefined market.

India has the Largest Youth Population in the World:

According to the United Nations Population Fund, India will continue to have one of the youngest populations in the world till 2030. And according to the All India Management Association, The Boston Consulting Group, India has the third largest dynamic and highlyqualified group of scientists and technicians in the world. In this scenario, if foreign investors invest in India, they will get world-class human resourcesat an affordable price.

World-Class Infrastructure:

According to the Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance and India Investment Grid, 7,000 projects across different sectors costing above INR 100 Crore per project and its total value of INR 111 Lakh crore have been identified. Government of India is doing heavy investmentsin sectors like Energy (24%), Roads (18%), Urban (17%), and Railways (12%) amount to around 71% of the projected infrastructure investments in India.

Progressive Business Environment:

Today, India is a safe and progressive place for doing business. According to the report by the World Bank, in the matter of ease of doing business, India's rank was 142 in 2014 and in 2019 India jumped to 63rd position. Besides, India is also a politically stable and the largest democratic country in the world that also ensures better social security of common citizen.

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Posted by Anita Aswal - 15th September 21

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