Press release
26 Sep 2017

IL&FS Financial Services enters 5th year of 'I Run for Fun'

Open to all age groups, a notable addition to this year’s race categories, is the inclusion of the 16 km run. The 5km and 10km run continues to encourage and introduce running as a daily sport among professionals. All the registration proceeds will go to ADAPT (Able Disabled People All Together) the event charity partners and a non-government organisation. Mr Ramesh C. Bawa, Managing Director & CEO, IL&FS Financial Services, said, “Running has not only been considered as an effective physical activity to chase good health and fitness leading to a healthy body, soul and mind, but this also brings perseverance in one's life to achieve the desired goals and ambitions. 'I Run For Fun' is an initiative undertaken by us five years ago with a motive to boost the morale of our employees and other participants to replicate the aspect of 'Run-to-Chase' in their personal and professional life. Besides this, we also feel privileged to provide financial support to one of the foremost 'Non-Profit' organisations in the country called 'ADAPT' with the funds collected from this event. I welcome all the participants to join hands towards a healthier, soulful, social and noble approach.”

In the news
18 May 2017

IL&FS looking to refinance debt worth Rs15,000 crore through fundraising

With an eye on global liquidity and the increasing global investor interest in the Indian economy, infrastructure conglomerate Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services Ltd (IL&FS) plans to embark on a major refinancing drive this financial year, said a senior executive of the firm. The group is looking to refinance debt to the tune of Rs15,000 crore this financial year, said Ramesh C. Bawa, managing director and chief executive at IL&FS Financial Services Ltd.

In the news
1 Apr 2017

Ramesh Bawa: Rebooting Indian Infrastructure For Faster Growth

It’s a bold and game changing budget, with the government’s focus on increasing infrastructure spending through the public exchequer, while continuing to prepare the ground for greater involvement of private capital over the longer run. The finance minister has acknowledged the need to continue with strong economic reforms, promote higher investments, and accelerate growth, particularly is sectors like railways, roads, and renewable energy. The budget has focused on greater spending in the rural economy, housing, and infrastructure, and yet maintained best standards of fiscal prudence, which is praiseworthy.

In the news
8 Mar 2017

Holy city Varanasi slips on cleanup act

On an e-rickshaw on the road to Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Alka, a third year student, is all praise for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A first time voter, she thinks Modi is a doer. “Just go to Assi Ghat and see for yourself. The place is completely unrecognisable. It is so clean, and cultural events are held every day.”

In the news
2 Mar 2017

IL&FS Financial Services raises $30 million

IL&FS Financial Services Ltd, the financial arm of IL&FS Group, has raised $30 million from Mauritius-based AfrAsia Bank Ltd and SBM (Mauritius) Bank Ltd through a rupee denominated or masala loan, a senior executive of the firm said. “The masala loan enables us to eliminate currency risk entirely, and deploy funding directly into various infrastructure projects without having to convert foreign capital into local currency,” said Ramesh C Bawa, managing director and chief executive officer of IL&FS Financial Services.

In the news
26 Feb 2017

LG Baijal visits waste plant at Burari

To assess a scientific way for disposal of construction waste, LG Anil Baijal and North Delhi Municipal Corporation commissioner P K Gupta inspected the construction and demolition waste management plant at Burari on Saturday. The construction and demolition waste plant, functional since 2009, earlier had a capacity to process 500 metric tonne of construction waste but the plant has now been upgraded to process over 2,000 metric tonne of malba.

In the news
24 Feb 2017

PFRDA hires IL&FS SDC to train 64500 people

Pension regulator PFRDA has appointed IL&FS Skill Development Corporation to train 64500 government employees and other stakeholders on various aspects of flagship schemes NPS and APY, said a PTI report today. The training institute has been appointed to create mass awareness and impart training on National Pension System (NPS) and Atal Pension Yojna (APY) to the employees of Points of Presence, APY service providers, and corporates of North-West zone.

Press release
18 Feb 2017

IL&FS Prime Terminals honoured (Khaleej Times)

IPTF was recently awarded the “Safe and Secure Terminal of the Year 2017” by the distinguished Global Ports Forum, Singapore for their contribution to the maritime industry which was covered in an article by Khaleej Times.

In the news
14 Feb 2017

Launch of RPL under PMKVY 2.0 by IL&FS skills

IL&FS Skills launched Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) programme in the Apparel sector under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) 2.0, the flagship scheme of the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE), Government of India at Shivalik Prints a leading knitwear manufacturer & exporter at Faridabad.

In the news
10 Feb 2017

IBM Signs MoU with IL&FS to help improve quality of Education

IBM has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) Education to help improve the quality of education and skills for the over 10 million people part of the IL&FS network.

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