The asset protection industry is booming in India, and its growth is growing at a rapid pace.

In 2016, India generated nearly $4 trillion in gross assets (GVA), a figure that has seen the country surpass China in terms of growth.

The sector, which encompasses everything from fixed income to equity, has seen huge growth over the past few years.

With this growth comes the need for asset protection strategies, which include diversification strategies and investment strategies.

With so much wealth at stake, asset protection is a critical area in India.

For this reason, IIT-Bombay, an independent, public-sector research institute, has launched a new Asset Protection Index (API) to provide an insight into the assets being bought and sold by different sectors of the industry.

The API aims to provide a more accurate picture of asset protection activities in India by providing an insight on how the assets are being sold, acquired, and traded.

This can be useful to investors who are looking to purchase a stake in a new asset.

The IIT’s new asset protection index will provide a better insight into how the asset protection sector in India is functioning, and provide an avenue to investors looking to invest in this space.

The asset protection market is growing rapidly and the industry is becoming more diverse, said Abhishek Kumar, senior research fellow and head of research and consulting at IIT, who led the team that developed the index.

India’s assets are not exclusively in property, but also include gold, copper, metals, land, and other assets.

This is what makes asset protection unique.

The index will help investors know the assets of various sectors of asset management and help them make an informed decision in their investment decisions.

“It will also provide investors with the ability to look at asset prices and other data, such as growth and revenue and compare this to other countries to make informed investment decisions,” Kumar said.

As India has seen a lot of rapid growth, asset management is also expected to continue to grow.

As the country’s economy continues to grow, asset managers are expected to see an increase in the number of their clients in the future.

The IITs research shows that asset managers, which account for around 50 per cent of India’s private equity portfolio, will have a market share of over 15 per cent in the next five years.

The index also provides an insight in how the different asset management firms are doing in India and how their portfolio is being managed.

It will provide investors a better understanding of the investment opportunities available to asset managers.

The latest API is a first-of-its-kind, which aims to reflect the market and industry developments in India from 2016.

IIT added that the index is the first to provide data on asset sales and acquisitions and also on the asset prices of the assets owned by the sector.

The data is based on publicly available data.

The data was compiled from publicly available financial data from all the asset management companies.

The number of asset sales is a good indicator of asset quality, said IIT Managing Director Anurag Sharma.

“The assets sold for more than the market price are being bought, but the price is often much lower than the asset value,” he said.

“When a new company or new asset is acquired, the asset price is a lot lower than what the market value of the asset was when it was acquired,” said Sharma.

The assets acquired for less than the value of what they were worth are being purchased for a higher price, said Kumar.

The number of new asset sales has been on the rise in the past two years.

“This is the biggest jump in sales since the 2008-09 financial crisis,” he added.

The new index also gives a good picture of how asset management company’s assets have been purchased, and how they are being managed by the firms.

“The asset value of a company is a reflection of the value it has earned over the years.

For example, if the asset is worth $10,000, the company has earned more than $10 million over the last 20 years.

The assets are also seen as an indicator of the size of the company,” Kumar explained.

In addition to the API, Kumar added that, in 2017, the IIT conducted a study on the industry to determine whether the asset-protection sector was doing enough to protect assets.

The study, conducted in December 2017, has been submitted to the government for approval.

The study found that asset protection firms are not doing enough, Kumar said, adding that there needs to be more investment in asset protection to ensure that asset prices are sustainable.

“There are a lot more investment options out there, but we need to invest more in asset management,” Kumar added.

The report was also submitted to various government bodies to determine the best asset protection policy, he added, adding this should be a part of the government’s agenda.

“It is the responsibility of the Prime Minister,