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Mutual funds object to securitisation deals by DHFL
Banks are tapping the route to avoid haircuts while mutual funds have already taken 70% hit.
DHFL lenders may have to take up to 30% haircut
A haircut on loan is a partial loss incurred by a creditor on the advances or deposits.
IL&FS road SPV lenders stare at huge haircuts
Losses may be to the tune of Rs 4,500 crore as bid values are lower than loans advanced.
DHFL wants lenders to take 35% haircut
On net present value basis, bond holders may see a 30-35 per cent hit on principal.
Suzlon Energy bankers stare at haircut on loans in new debt recast plan
Two international companies had shown interest at different stages, but both have subsequently pulled out.
Banks with exposure to poorly-run NBFCs will have to take larger haircuts, warns RBI governor
Banks will have to take more haircuts while resolving the stressed loans extended to NBFCs, Das has said.
DHFL proposes 35% haircut to lenders, stock up 12%
DHFL has also sought a moratorium of more than six months on debt repayment.
DHFL’s stock soars on assurance of no haircut in debt resolution
In the past nine months, DHFL has securitised home loan assets worth more than Rs 40,000 crore.
DSP takes 50% haircut on Coffee Day Natural Holding
The price of Coffee Day fell from Rs 262 on May 2 to Rs 122.75 on July 31.
Lenders, bond investors stare at haircut as CCD stock tumbles 57%
It is not known how much money RBL Bank, Yes Bank and Axis Bank individually lent to the company.
DHFL jumps 11% as lenders mull haircuts; restructuring plan likely this week
Following the report, the scrip surged 3.65 per cent to hit a high of Rs 52.45 on BSE.
DHFL says working with creditors to resolve issues without any haircut to lenders
DHFL on Saturday reported a loss of Rs 2,223 crore for the March quarter of 2018-19 financial year.
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