IL&FS Financial Services (IFIN), the non-banking financial company arm of Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS), is looking to sell its external corporate loan book through an auction. The process of inviting bids will commence next week. IFIN said in a statement that Rs 5,000 crore worth of corporate loans will be sold. The external loan book includes credit to over 70 firms that have turned non-performing assets.
IL&FS Financial Services (IFIN), a 100% subsidiary of scam-hit IL&FS, has decided to sell its external corporate loan book. As per the decision, corporate loans of Rs 5,000 crore would be auctioned through a bidding process, IL&FS said in a statement.
IL&FS Financial Services plans to sell its external corporate loan book worth about Rs 5,000 crore. It would be auctioned off through a bid process, and the public process of inviting bids is likely to be started this week. "The sale of the loans would be on cash consideration," the company said, adding that it is part of the overall process to reduce the debt of IL&FS.
IL&FS Financial Services (IFIN) has proposed to auction off its external corporate loan book worth about Rs 5,000 crore through a bid process, in an attempt to reduce the over-all debt of the IL&FS group. The process will be launched this week, a source in the know of the development said. As of March 2019, the assets under management of IFIN stood at Rs 18,000 crore, which includes external, internal loans and internal investments. The company is yet to declare its results for financial year 2019-20.
IL&FS Financial Services (IFIN), a wholly owned subsidiary of IL&FS, is looking to sell its external corporate loan book worth close to Rs 5,000 crore, according to a source. The process, aimed at reducing the overall debt of IL&FS, will be launched this week, the source said. As of March 31, 2019, the non-banking finance company's asset under management stood at Rs 18,000 crore which includes external, internal loans and internal investments. The company is yet to declare its results for 2019-20.
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