Bond Investors brace for Hawkish RBI after Urjit Patel surprises again
7th April 2017
The Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) surprise move to raise the interest rate it uses to drain excess funds from lenders is being seen as a sign of things to come. The commentary accompanying Thursday’s decision by a panel led by RBI governor Urjit Patel indicates that policy makers are turning increasingly hawkish, according to fixed-income investors.
Indian utility bond electrifies discom debt revamp
27th February 2017
Uttar Pradesh Power (UPPCL) raised 65.1 billion rupees ($970 million) from state government-guaranteed rupee bonds, using an account at the Reserve Bank of India
as a backstop to provide investors more security than previous prints. UPPCL is the holding company for the state's five power distribution companies, known as discoms.
TRUST set stage for EESL’s first domestic bond issuance.
30th August 2016
Mumbai: Prime Minister Modi's pet energy game changer, the state-owned Energy Efficiency Services (EESL), is likely to raise Rs 10,000 crore in a bond sale that could open yet another door for yield hungry investors over two years.
TRUST No. 1 arranger to the DHFL Public Issue
29th August 2016
Edelweiss Financial Services, A K Capital Services, ICICI Bank, SBI Capital Markets, Trust Investment Advisors, Yes Securities, Axis Bank, IndusInd Bank and IIFL Holdings are the lead managers to the issue.
DHFL's NCD issue fully subscribed
29th August 2016
Economic Times :
NEW DELHI: Mortgage lender Dewan Housing Finance Corporation's issue of non-convertible debentures worth up to Rs 10,000 crore was fully subscribed today, on the first day of the issue itself.
Bond PMS plans entice investors as stock valuations soar
7th July 2016
MUMBAI: Wealthy investors, nervous about soaring stock prices, are turning to bond products tailor made for them.
Mahindra and Mahindra Financial Services to raise Rs1,000 crore via NCDs
24th May 2016
The NCDs proposed to be issued under this Tranche 1 Issue have been rated ‘IND AAA’ by India Ratings and Research and ‘CARE AAA’ by Credit Analysis & Research Ltd
IFR Outlook for Indian Borrowers Roundtable 2016: Part 2
5th December 2015
IFR: What about appetite for high-yield from India?
Vikas Halan, Moody’s: One of the issues for high-yield issuers is the all-in cost ceiling, meaning they have to borrow within the 500bp limit set by RBI.
Building On Trust
31st March 2015
Nipa and Utpal Sheth, now a husband-wife business team, have been selling debt offerings so well for nearly two decades that they can be anointed brand ambassadors of the Indian bond market. The couple struck their first deal in 1996, while studying for their CFA.
India bond house
29th July 2014
Trust Investment Advisors was at the centre of efforts to develop the rupee debt market in 2014, using its solid relationships to broaden the investor base for new structures in the bank capital and property sectors.
How seven traders are changing the Indian corporate bond market
25th August 2012
MUMBAI: Seldom do men and women in the bond market make it to front pages for the right reasons. Occasionally, news of an obscene bonus payout receives flitting attention.
Bonds out, IDFC to raise Rs 250-cr long-term capital
23rd March 2011
KOLKATA: Infrastructure Development Finance Company (IDFC) plans to raise 250-crore long-term capital as it has no time left for mobilising more funds through tax-saving retail bonds.
Trust this one to make waves
14th October 2009
Most investors are familiar with equity portfolio management service (PMS) .