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Industrial Finance Corporation of India notes-CSEET

Industrial Finance Corporation of India notes-CSEET

Industrial Finance Corporation of India:

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Industrial Finance Corporation of India

Industrial Finance Corporation of India

Industrial Finance Corporation of India notes:

At the time of independence in 1947, the Indian Capital Markets were relatively less developed. The demand for capital was growing rapidly, however there was a dearth of providers of capital. The commercial banks that existed were not equipped well enough to provide for long term capital needs in any significant manner. Against this backdrop and to bridge the demand supply gap for capital needs of the economy, the Government of India established The Industrial Finance Corporation of India (IFCI) on July 1, 1948 by way of an IFC Act 1948.

IFCI was the first Development Financial Institution of India set up to propel economic growth through development of infrastructure and industry. Since then, IFCI has contributed significantly to the economy through its incessant support to projects in all the three spheres of growth & development – manufacturing, infrastructure & services and agriculture allied sectors. The Liberalisation of the Indian Economy in 1991 made significant changes in the Indian Capital Markets & Financial System. To aid raising of funds directly through capital markets, the constitution of IFCI was changed from a statutory corporation to a company under the Indian Companies Act, 1956. Subsequently, the name of the company was changed to ‘IFCI Limited’ with effect from October 1999.

Since its inception 70 years back, IFCI has witnessed and sustained all business economic cycles. IFCI has been able to maintain the financial sustainability with the consistent support and cooperation of all its stakeholders and particularly the Government of India. In addition to its core competence in long term lending to industrial and infrastructure sectors, IFCI is also enhancing its organizational value through optimising value of core and non-core assets & investments. Over the years, IFCI played a pivotal role in establishment of various institutes (including some of its subsidiaries & associates) – that are respected in their fields today, namely Stock Holding Corporation of India Ltd (SHCIL), National Stock Exchange Ltd (NSE), LIC Housing Finance Ltd, Tourism Finance Corporation of India Ltd (TFCI), Management Development Institute (MDI), ICRA Ltd, among many others. With the changes in the markets over a period of time a few of the subsidiaries were divested and currently IFCI Group has the following subsidiaries – Stock Holding Corporation of India Ltd, IFCI Venture Capital Fund Ltd, IFCI Factors Ltd, IFCI Infrastructure Development Ltd, IFCI Financial Services Ltd, MPCON, Management Development Institute and Institute of Leadership Development.

IFCI Products

The products of IFCI may be categorised under the following:

  1. Loan Products: IFCI Ltd., established as the Industrial Finance Corporation of India (IFCI) on July 1, 1948, was the first Development Financial Institution in the country, setup to cater to the long-term finance needs of the industrial sector. Since its inception, IFCI has been a catalyst in creating a robust industrial base for the country through modernization of Indian industry, export promotion, import substitution, nurturing sunrise industries etc. through commercially viable and market-friendly initiatives.

In order to continue serving the needs of the Industry and society, IFCI offers the following products broadly categorized into three segments – Project Finance, Corporate Finance & Structured Finance spreading across industries, services and Agro based sectors.

  1. Project Finance : IFCI’s team of professionals with in-depth understanding of the sectoral dynamics, has the ability to provide customized financial solutions to meet the growing & diversified requirement for different levels of the projects – greenfield projects, brownfield, diversification and modernisation of existing projects in infrastructure and manufacturing sectors.

The various sectors covered under Project Finance are Power including Renewable energy, Telecommunications, Roads, Oil & gas, Ports, Airports, Basic Metals, Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Electronics, Textiles, Real Estate, Smart Cities & Urban Infrastructure etc.

  1. Corporate Finance : IFCI caters to the varied needs of diverse set of customers ranging across small, mid and large corporates. IFCI offers financial solutions in areas of corporate finance through Balance Sheet Funding, Loan Against Shares, Lease Rental Discounting, Promoter Funding, Long Term Working Capital requirements, Capital Expenditure and regular Maintenance Capex.

IFCI also offers a Short Term Loan product (tenure upto 1 year) to meet various business requirements including bridge financing and short term working capital requirements.

  1. Syndication & Advisory : IFCI has taken an initiative to provide customized corporate advisory services and facilitating the financial re-engineering of various corporate houses and companies. We assimilate the inputs gathered from our vast and rich experience of project appraisal, documentation, syndication, product design in providing a customized comprehensive end to end financial solution for Corporates. We further carry out debt and equity syndication and advisory services for our client companies.

In the area of providing customized corporate advisory services, IFCI has been able to secure new assignments relating to financial/investment appraisal, business reengineering and advisory activities.

  1. Structured Products : IFCI also provides financing solutions to its clients through Structured Debt/Mezzanine products and assists in providing optimal financing solutions for various requirements such as sponsor financing, acquisition financing, pre-IPO financing and Off-Balance Sheet Structured Solutions amongst others.

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