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Kiloskar Investments and Finance continues to be in the red

Jan 24, 2000

Kirloskar Investments business has been on the decline due to fall in operating income. Losses continue inspite of lower interest expenses and fall in operating expenses.

Allianz looks for partners for insurance foray

Nov 11, 1999

Allianz, the international financial services giant, is scouting around for more joint venture partners in India for its insurance sector foray. The company already has a joint venture with Alpic Finance, a domestic non-bank finance company.

Reliance Capital remoulds business profile

Oct 27, 1999

According to newspaper reports, Reliance Capital Limited has decided to convert itself into a special purpose vehicle cum venture capital outfit. The company plans to develop infrastructure projects and invest in infotech, internet, media and biotech startups. The company is also drawing up plans to enter the insurance sector and to expand its mutual fund business.

Tata Finance looks for a foreign partner

Aug 21, 1999

Tata Finance Ltd., one of the largest non-banking financial companies (NBFC) in India, is in talks with various international companies, investment banks and foreign institutional investors (FIIs) to privately place upto 20% of its paid up equity capital. The company is expected to close the deal within 60-90 days.

IDBI looks for stake in BoB

Jun 12, 1999

The Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI) is in talks to pick up a stake in the Bank of Baroda (BoB).

IDBI to retire high cost funds

Jun 5, 1999

The low-interest regime has prompted IDBI to retire its high-cost debt that it had taken 3 years ago at 15.75% to 16.64%. The total high-cost debt currently amounts to Rs 12 bn. Should the IDBI go ahead with this debt-swapping exercise, it shall make savings of nearly 4-5% of its total interest cost.

IDBI may skip IFCI rights

May 26, 1999

Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI) is not keen on subscribing to the proposed rights issue of the Industrial Finance Corporation of India (IFCI) and will infuse funds only if the government puts pressure on it. Left to ourselves, we will not put a single rupee in it. But if the government, the largest shareholder, puts pressure on us, we will have to subscribe to the capital float, IDBI officials told the Business Standard. With the IFCI scrip quoting at discount for some time now, reta

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