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Sowmya Kamath
June 10, 2013
Trading in non-convertible redeemable preference shares and privately-placed redeemable preference shares, experts say, will give people one more liquid investment option.


PTI
New Delhi, April 19, 2013
Funds raised by Indian companies through retail issues of non-convertible debentures (NCDs) more than halved to nearly Rs 17,000 crore in 2012-13.


BT Online Bureau
Mumbai, March 11, 2013
Srei Infrastructure Finance has sought the Securities and Exchange Board of India's (Sebi) approval to raise up to Rs 150 crore through issue of non-convertible debentures.


PTI
New Delhi, December 13, 2012
The bond issue would be for a period of 10-15 years offering an interest rate between 7.19 per cent and 7.86 per cent. The bonds are proposed to be listed on the BSE.


BT Online Bureau
Mumbai, December 13, 2012
Indian Railway Finance Corporation (IRFC) plans to raise nearly Rs 9,000 crore through tax-free bonds by March next year.


PTI
New Delhi, November 21, 2012
The Rs 7,400-crore issue has a AAA rating from India Ratings, the domestic services of Fitch, reflecting the unconditional guarantee extended by the government to make timely repayment of principal and interest on the bonds.


PTI
New Delhi, October 10, 2012
The government decides to guarantee Air India's non-convertible debentures (NCDs) worth Rs 7,400 crore, which will pave the way for the ailing carrier to pay off its short-term loans.


www.businesstoday.in
November 10, 2012
Several non-banking financial companies have come out with non-convertible debentures (NCDs) offering up to 12.25 per cent pre-tax return.


BT Online Bureau
Hyderabad, July 30, 2012
Deccan Chronicle Holdings - the company which owns Deccan Chronicle newspaper - slipped to an all-time low on the bourses amid reports that the company is facing severe financial crisis.


Dipak Mondal
January 21, 2012
The mathematics of return clearly favours company FDs and non-convertible debentures. As with any other investment option, the risk of losing money should be a key consideration here as well.


PTI
Mumbai, January 11, 2012
The third largest gold loan player Muthoot Fincorp is looking at divesting up to 6 per cent of its promoter holding to raise about Rs 500 crore.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
December 12, 2011
Muthoot Finance is today the largest lender against gold jewellery in the country. Its rise is due to two factors: its rapidly growing portfolio of gold loans and its low rate of borrower default.


Dipak Mondal/Money Today
Delhi, December 13, 2011
Company deposits and NCDs offer more than bank deposits with slightly higher risk.


PTI
Hyderabad, August 22, 2011
Gold financing company Muthoot Finance on Monday said it plans to raise about Rs 6,000 crore in the current fiscal to meet working capital requirements.


PTI
New Delhi, August 16, 2011
The NCD issue with three investment options and effective yield of up to 12.25 per cent per annum opens on August 23 and closes on September 5, 2011.


Pritam P. Hans
Delhi, August 15, 2011
Non-convertible debentures offer 2-3 percentage points more in interest than bank fixed deposits for a slight increase in risk.


Narayan Krishnamurthy
February 18, 2009
Sebi has gone on record to say that it’s working on the details of a variable mutual fund structure, triggering renewed hopes among investors.


Rachna M. Koppikar
January 11, 2010
Eight years after Tata Finance came apart, the Tata Group is ready with the first phase of its second wind in financial services with a former group company CFO at the helm.


Anand Adhikari
April 30, 2009
Slowdown is a time to refrain from the adventurous and return to the safe, tried and tested. Here’s a walk through what’s once again in flavour and what’s gone out the window.


Rachna M. Koppikar
April 16, 2009
For three decades, the three Ks—Kothari, Kampani and Kotak—ruled The Street. Today, Kothari has hung up his gloves, Kampani is in the eye of a storm and Kotak is building a bank—ending an era of home-grown dealmakers. Rachna M. Koppikar goes into the details.


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