Sebi rejects lenders’ plea on client shares pledged by Karvy
HDFC Bank, IndusInd, ICICI and Bajaj Fin had sought return of shares pledged by Karvy.
‘NBFCs could face solvency stress despite surplus system liquidity’
Tight funding for NBFCs raising risks for banks: Moody’s
Suraksha Realty raises objections to lenders, IRP for not putting highest bid on vote
On Tuesday, Suraksha Realty wrote to both Interim resol...
Coffee Day Enterprises seeking lenders nod for tech park sale deal
Terming the report suggesting roadblocks from some bankers as "bruits", Coffee Day Enterprises said that it along with its subsidiary Tanglin Developments is working on that.
Ujjivan Small Finance Bank to make stock market debut on Thursday
Microfinance lender Ujjivan Financial Services is the holding company of Ujjivan Small Finance Bank.
CDS data hint at upside for lenders
This suggests overseas investors expect banks to only get financially sounder from here, said analysts.
YES Bank likely to reject $1.2 billion offer from Canada’s Braich
The offer from Braich and SPGP made up 60 per cent of the planned capital raising.
YES Bank pares gains on report that lender may reject Braich's $1.2 billion offer
YES Bank is raising $2 billion by way of preferential allotment of shares.
Suraksha Realty hopeful of getting favourable vote of lenders, home buyers on Jaypee bid
A Committee of Creditors (CoC) on Saturday decided that home buyers and lenders of Jaypee Infratech will vote on the bids of state-owned NBCC Ltd and private sector firm Suraksha Realty at the same time.
Duggal may be chairman of Shriram Group Companies, again
Shriram Capital is the holding company for the financial services and insurance entities of the Shriram Group.
SAT refuses relief to lenders in Karvy case
The tribunal asked these companies to approach Sebi by December 6 with their pleas.
Odisha Slurry lenders pick ArcelorMittal bid
Odisha Slurry owes financial creditors Rs 3,300 crore, of which Rs 2,350 crore is the principal amount.
Banks’ economic apartheid towards SMEs must end
The SME sector is facing some sort of economic apartheid from lenders which means “separateness”.
Lenders meet RBI, mull 4-month programme to resolve DHFL Case
Banks have proposed a four-month programme to resolve the Dewan Housing Finance (DHFL) case, the biggest bankruptcy case in the financial services sector after the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.
Lenders to refer more cases to NCLT
Banks must come up with a plan by January 7. It they fail, it would be the beginning of a difficult chapter.
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