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Of Deals And Dealmakers

The dealmakers in this special issue of BW Businessworld, anchored by our deputy editor and banking specialist Raghu Mohan, have passed the satisfaction test Alan Greenspan talks about

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A Solution With Its Own Problems

The SDR provides that the conversion of shares is done at fair value (lower of market price or book value) or face value, whichever is higher

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Private Capital For Infrastructure Sector

The government has already taken a slew of pro-active measures to hasten the pace of infrastructure development and attract private capital in the sector

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I-Banking: On Cloud

That leads us to bottom-line issues. If it’s safe to assume that M&As, which account for the largest piece of the fee-pool, will remain where they are for some time to come, what about the fee-pool itself?

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That’s How The Big Boys Play!

Most mergers & acquisitions (M&A) are complex; some are more so. Like Reliance Industries (RIL) sale of its 49.9 per cent stake in EFS Midstream to Texas-based Enterprise Product Partners for $1.07 billion

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Game Of Deals: Many & Steady

Citi’s success in no flash in pan. It is the only constant among the top 10 closer to the pole-position in Bloomberg’s M&A league tables; even on Dealogic

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It’s Been A Smooth Take-off

The $465 million (Rs 3,018 crore) initial public offering (IPO) by InterGlobe Aviation, the parent of India’s largest airline Indigo, in October 2015 created many a record.

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A Gem Called J. M.

QIP issuers also look for quality investors. For prospective investors, it has the ability to participate in an issue at a good price

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What A QIP!

HDFC Bank’s big bet is the hinterland as it believes this presents a significant opportunity for continued growth in under-served areas and tap into new customers

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The IPO King

The Initial Public Offering mart is cut-throat; it helps that the managing director & CEO of Kotak Mahindra Capital Company (KMCC) multi-tasks well

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It Is Definitely On A Roll

The deal had many firsts to its credit. Not only was it the first Indian global bond offering of 2015, it also marked the re-entry of RIL into the G3 debt capital markets — or bonds issued in dollars (US), yen and euros — after July 2013

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The Bonds Of Bond Market

At the secular level, Standard & Poor’s (S&P) feels Indian cross-border debt issuance (loans and bonds) has the potential to cross the $25-billion mark over the next few years

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