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As per the break up provided by the company, Axis Bank received Rs 497 crore, followed by Standard Chartered Bank (Rs 413 crore), PHL Finvest Pvt an NBFC subsidiary of Piramal Enterprises (Rs 199 crore), Yes Bank (Rs 108 crore), RBL Bank (Rs 81 crore) STCI (Rs 81 crore), Bajaj Finance (Rs 72 crore), Kotak Mahindra Investments (Rs 60 crore), Indiabulls (Rs 38 crore) and AK Capital (Rs 38 crore), Aditya Birla Finance (Rs 22 crore), IFCI (Rs 24 crore), and Shine Star (Rs 11 crore). … [Read more...] about Coffee Day pays 13 lenders Rs 1,644cr from proceeds of Blackstone IT park deal
Even after shared mobility programmes, employees can be reluctant to share a cab due to privacy reasons. Here, companies can educate their employees about natural gas fuel such as CNG and incentivise the same. For instance, they can reimburse for fuel bill in case of a CNG vehicle. This method will provide excellent cost-benefit to employees due to which they may prefer natural gas vehicles over petrol and diesel. Even if companies do not incentivise the plan, individuals can still save a lot of money in travelling. For instance, the price of petrol per litre in New Delhi is Rs 72.01 and the cost of 1kg CNG in the national capital is Rs 46.60. The drastic difference in price will help employees save money and environment too. … [Read more...] about 4 Ways Corporates can bring Green Mobility
Between October 20, 2008, and January 5, 2009, then RBI Governor D Subbarao wielded the knife on the repo, slashing it by 350 basis points in four tranches — from 9 percent to 8 percent on October 20, 2008, from 8 percent to 7.5 percent November 3, 2008, from 7.5 percent to 6.5 percent on December 8, 2008, and from 6.5 percent to 5.5 percent on January 5, 2009. … [Read more...] about Policy | Zero is not too far from 4.4; Repo at record low, inching towards CRR
Fossil fuels are arguably overvalued even now, at rock bottom prices, because of the carbon bubble—the idea that fossil fuel reserves can’t be burned and stay within the limits dictated by climate science. But government buying these companies shouldn’t be seen as an investment. “Really we’re trying to buy out and dismantle an industry in the name of public good,” Paul says. Fossil fuel companies are incredibly cheap now. “The second thing is we have to really weigh this with the cost of inaction,” he says. “That’s basically incalculable at this point. What I mean by that is the cost of inaction is so high that really the government needs to do everything in its power to eliminate emissions.” … [Read more...] about Big Oil is cheap: Should the government take it over?