ChrysCapital may infuse Rs 400 crore in Federal Bank’s NBFC arm

Ltd may together buy a 5% stake in National Stock Exchange of India Ltd (NSE) valued at Rs.900 crore, three people aware of the development said. The stake was put on the block last month by State Bank of India (SBI), the country’s largest lender, which invited bids from potential investors.

Corporation Bank gets the highest infusion of Rs 9,086 crore while Bank of Maharashtra gets the lowest at Rs 205 crore. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that discussions in today’s GST Council meet.

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He said the leading group of Altico has additionally endorsed raising of assets up to Rs 2,000 crore through a blend of instruments and financing sources including bank lines, business paper and NCDs to bolster the NBFC’s development arranges.

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New Delhi: Public lender Canara Bank on Monday said the government will infuse an equity capital of Rs 947 crore in the bank. It said the board of the bank at a meeting held on Monday approved the.

May get Rs 600-700 cr for entire stake in CARE: IDBI Bank. He believes the bank can get between Rs 600 crore and Rs 700 crore for its entire shareholding.. ChrysCapital arm sells 2.5% stake.

ChrysCapital invests $63M in US-headquartered IT firm Infogain. private equity firm ChrysCapital has invested $63 million (Rs 400 crore) to pick an undisclosed stake in California-headquartered IT consulting and application hosting solutions provider Infogain Corporation, according to a press release. Founded by an executive of Indian origin,

Private equity investor, ChrysCapital is likely to buy Indian denim and casual wear brand, Mufti in a deal estimated at slightly over Rs 500 crore. ChrysCapital is in exclusive discussions with Credo Brands Marketing, the owner of Mufti, and is completing due diligence ahead of signing a definitive buyout deal.

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Multifamily Developers Are Planning For Long-Term Partnerships With Short-Term Rental Operators Most short-term rental providers rely on what Fudin calls the "arbitrage" model. "The arbitrage model is used by companies that believe there’s more money in short-term furnished rentals than long-term unfurnished apartments, so they pay the market rate for a certain number of units for two or three years," he says.

Federal Bank H1 profits grow by 39% to Rs. 460.53 crore Net Interest Income recorded a y-o-y growth of 10.48% as it improved from rs. 548.35 crore in Q2 FY14 to Rs. 605.80 Crore in Q2 FY15