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Latest Articles in Masala bonds

KIIFB To Raise Rs 5,000 Crore From Masala Bonds

In order to fund large and critical infrastructure projects in the state, Kerala Infrastructure Investment Fund Board (KIIFB) plans to raise Rs. 5,000 crore through Masala Bonds

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No More Spice Left In Indian Masala Bonds

These bonds help the corporates to diversify their bond portfolio as the issue is in off-shore market

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‘Sebi's New Bond Rules To Reduce Corporates' Funding Sources’

Last week, the market regulator had said that foreign purchases of rupee-denominated corporate notes would only be permitted through auction

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Banks Add Leverage To Spice Up 'Masala' Bonds For Expatriate Indians

Bankers are finding new ways to sell India's "masala" bonds by structuring this rupee-denominated debt issued abroad into derivatives, and then sweetening the deal with leveraged returns of 12 to 13 per cent after fees and hedging

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What’s In Store After the Spectacle At Wembley Stadium?

Prime minister Narendra Modi’s “Make in India” chant could not have come to the United Kingdom at a better time. Never before has India held investors’ interest as it does today. With a charismatic ambassador, strong international alliances, promising economic prospects, and large skilled young population, India should be set for major economic development.

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Indian Infrastructure Firms Seek To Diversify Debt With Masala Bonds

Some of India's most indebted infrastructure and steel groups are considering so-called masala bonds to diversify their funding options as local banks tighten lending, investment banking sources with direct knowledge of the situation said.

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Masala Bonds: RBI’s Master Chef Recipe

The ability to issue Masala Bonds is a positive and refreshing departure from the conventional and confining ECB framework

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Indian Infrastructure Firms Seek To Diversify Debt With Masala Bonds

The global rupee bonds would be used to refinance costly loans or raise capital for new projects with little currency risk

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Sun Global, ZyFin Lists India Bond ETF For Overseas Investors

Investors in Europe will be able to invest in a basket of corporate bonds through an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) that’s got listed on the London Stock Exchange

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