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Hero Group Stocks

Hero Group is a conglomerate originating from India, with its businesses spanning across various sectors such as automotive, renewable energy, education, and finance. The group gained prominence through its flagship company, Hero MotoCorp, which is one of the world's largest manufacturers of motorcycles and scooters. After the joint venture ended in 2010, Hero MotoCorp continued to grow, focusing on expanding its global footprint and investing in research and development to innovate and meet diverse consumer needs. The group's commitment to sustainability is evident through its ventures in renewable energy, notably Hero Future Energies, which focuses on solar and wind power. Hero's foray into education and finance further demonstrates its versatility and commitment to contributing positively to society and the economy. Read More
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Sector

LTP

₹ 5,823.2

7.20 (0.12%)

Volume

2,56,999 Cr

Market Cap

₹54,744 Cr

52W Low - High

₹2,745.05 - ₹5,864.75

Sector

Automobile

LTP

₹ 354

7.00 (2.02%)

Volume

3,114 Cr

Market Cap

₹151 Cr

52W Low - High

₹142.00 - ₹419.05

Sector

Realty

LTP

₹ 85.68

0.29 (0.34%)

Volume

45,770 Cr

Market Cap

₹464 Cr

52W Low - High

₹50.50 - ₹115.00

Sector

Auto Ancillaries

LTP

₹ 160.8

2.88 (1.82%)

Volume

44,713 Cr

Market Cap

₹403 Cr

52W Low - High

₹126.40 - ₹211.90

Sector

Auto Ancillaries

LTP

₹ 40.53

-0.34 (-0.83%)

Volume

57,034 Cr

Market Cap

₹311 Cr

52W Low - High

₹24.75 - ₹49.75

Sector

Auto Ancillaries

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History of Hero Group

The Hero Group was founded in 1956 with the launch of Hero Cycles Limited by the Munjal brothers, Dayanand Munjal, Satyanand Munjal, Brijmohan Lall Munjal and O. P. Munjal. Since then, Hero has become synonymous with two-wheelers in India. Hero MotoCorp (formerly Hero Honda Motors Ltd.) is the world’s largest manufacturer of two-wheelers, which was incorporated in 1984.

Hero MotoCorp, an Indian company based in New Delhi, has made innovation the cornerstone of its business model. It has led the way in creating cutting-edge motorbikes and scooters with cutting-edge technology for consumers all over the world. It became the world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer in 2001 in terms of unit volume sales in a calendar year and has held the coveted distinction for the past 18 consecutive years.

The group companies include Munjal Hospitality, Hero Motors, Hero Global Design, Firefox, ZFH, Hero Cycles, OMA, BSH, Avocet, and Munjal Kirui Industries (Pvt.) Ltd, and SPUR.

Hero Group’s Sector Presence

The group is present in numerous sectors, including:

  1. Mobility: The group operates under the mobility sector through Hero Cycles, BSH, Avocet, Firefox and UT.
  2. Automotive: Hero Motors, ZFH, and Munjal Kiriu have supported the group in enhancing its business presence within the sector.
  3. Engineering: The group operates through SPUR and HGO, which manufacture bicycle components and designing of cycles, respectively.
  4. Lifestyle: Hero Group serves the lifestyle sector through OMA, a high-end boutique store catering to the needs of home décor.
  5. Hospitality: Through Munjal Hospitality Private Limited, the group operates Hero Commercial Towers in Gurgaon.

Key Personnel of Hero Group

  • Dr. Brijmohan Lall Munjal, Founder

Dr. Brijmohan Lall Munjal was the founder of the Hero Group. He was the archetypal first-generation businessperson. He was a man who began small, had huge dreams, and utilised tenacity and perseverance to build the world’s top motorbike and scooter manufacturer as well as one of the biggest corporate groups in the nation. When he and his brothers moved to Ludhiana in 1947, following India’s independence from British rule, Dr. Brijmohan Lall Munjal started his business career. The family founded a business that offered bicycles as a means of basic transportation. He included a second, equally important chapter, which depicted the economical and technologically advanced transit that millions of middle-class Indians would have access to three decades later as India developed.

  • Dr. Pawan Munjal, Executive Chairman & Whole-time Director

Dr Pawan Munjal is currently the Executive Chairman & Whole-time Director. He is one of India’s renowned corporate leaders, championing growth, socio-economic progress, and technological innovations. With his leadership, Hero MotoCorp achieved the coveted title of the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles in 2001 and has successfully retained this position to date – for 22 consecutive years. The company has also surpassed the milestone of 112 million units in cumulative production and sales.

How to Invest in Hero Group Stocks?

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FAQs

Which are the listed stocks of Hero Group?

Hero Moto Corp, Munjal Auto Industries Ltd, and Munjal Showa Ltd are listed companies under the Hero Group.

Which is the biggest Hero Group stock in terms of market capitalisation?

As of January 17, 2024, Hero Moto Corp is the biggest company under the group, with a market capitalisation of ₹87,999 crore.

Who is the founder of Hero Group?

Dr. Brijmohan Lall Munjal was the founder of the Hero Group. He was the archetypal first-generation businessperson. He became one of the world’s top motorbike and scooter manufacturers as well as one of the biggest corporate groups in the nation.

Which Hero Group stock is the highest profit-making company?

Hero Motocorp Ltd reported a profit of ₹1,007 crore during the September 2023 quarter and became the highest profit-making company under the group.

Which Hero Group stock has the highest debt?

For the half-year ended September 2023, Hero Moto Bank Ltd reported the highest debt of ₹651 crore under the group.

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