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Jaiprakash Associates - India's Most Admired Companies 2013
November 2013
For a firm whose liquidity position continues to be under stress and current liabilities remain more than current assets Manoj Gaur, Executive Chairman, Jaiprakash Associates' gung ho statement can only, on the face of it,
Lenders to consider Suzlon Energy's debt recast
November 2012
Key lenders to Suzlon Energy are considering debt recast of the company after it failed to receive a rollover of FCCB holders. On 11 October, Suzlon Energy said that bondholders have disagreed to rollover $220 FCCB for four months. Santosh Nayak, Deputy Managing Director, State Bank of India, said the current default $220 million is not much considering the company's overall debt profile.
Lenders to consider Suzlon Energy's debt recast
October 2012
Key lenders to Suzlon Energy are considering debt recast of the company after it failed to receive a rollover of FCCB holders. On October 11, Suzlon Energy said that bondholders have disagreed to rollover $220 FCCB for four months.
Finding Funds for Growth
October 2011
What are the different ways cement companies can find funds - for various aspects of running a cement manufacturing organisation? Whether it is working capital, capex or hybrid consisting of debt or equity - what are the best options?
Power, telecom cos raise foreign funds
September 2011
The Centre had approved companies' fund raising worth Rs 60,950 crore through ext­ernal commercial borrowing (ECB) or foreign currency c­o­nvertible bonds (FCCB) for in­frastructure projects in the last two financial years.
Power, telecom cos raise foreign funds
September 2011
The Centre had approved companies' fund raising worth Rs 60,950 crore through ext­ernal commercial borrowing (ECB) or foreign currency c­o­nvertible bonds (FCCB) for infrastructure projects in the last two financial years.
Govt approves Rs 60,950 cr fund raising for infra projects
August 2011
The government has approved fund raising worth Rs 60,950 crore by companies through external commercial borrowing (ECB) or foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCB) for infrastructure projects in the last two financial years.

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