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E.g., 21-01-2021
E.g., 21-01-2021
India’s largest mortgage finance company, Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC), has chosen London Stock Exchange to launch a programme of offshore rupee-denominated bonds, the first by a private sector Indian company. The ‘Masala’ bonds are set to raise up to USD 750 million, with the proceeds being used to improve housing infrastructure in India. Masala bonds will be crucial to the expansion of India’s innovative economy as they allow Indian companies to raise finance to expand and grow without exposing themselves to currency risk.
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London Stock Exchange today welcomed Indian Minister of Railways, Suresh Prabhu and Rajiv Datt the Managing Director of the Indian Railways...
London Stock Exchange today welcomes the first offshore green Masala bond to list on its Main Market. Issued by IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, the bond is the first green bond to be issued in the offshore rupee markets and raised 3.15 billion rupees (£31million).
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Priti Patel MP, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury attends welcome ceremony at London Stock Exchange 10 billion INR ($163 million) bond...
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