Your Story
Your Story

[Funding alert] InCred secures Rs 500 Cr in debt led by public sector banks, financial institutions

[Funding alert] InCred secures Rs 500 Cr in debt led by public sector banks, financial institutions
  • 668d
  • 00

Mumbai-based NBFC InCred has raised Rs 500 crore debt funding from various public sector banks and public financial institutions. The debt issuance took the form of term loans, NCDs (under LTRO and PCG scheme), and market linked debentures.

According to a statement released by the company, the latest round of financing will boost InCred’s lending expansion across select segments in the consumer, education, and MSME markets.

InCred currently disburses four types of loans - personal, education, home, and SME (small and medium enterprises).

The Free Press Journal
The Free Press Journal

Bhopal:Psoriasis infects familial ties, woman neglects husband down with it; he seeks divorce

Bhopal:Psoriasis infects familial ties, woman neglects husband down with it; he seeks divorce
  • 10hr
  • 11 shares

Bhopal(Madhya Pradesh): Psoriasis has turned into familial discord. It came to light when a 35-year-old man afflicted with this skin disease filed a divorce petition before the family court in Bhopal.

Read more
LokmatTimes English
LokmatTimes English

IPL 2022: Hardik Pandya impresses on captaincy debut, veterans Rohit, Williamson fail to deliver for their teams

IPL 2022: Hardik Pandya impresses on captaincy debut, veterans Rohit, Williamson fail to deliver for their teams
  • 11hr
  • 8 shares

Mumbai, May 19 Over the years IPL has either built or damaged the reputations of many captains and this season of the cash-rich league is no different, as Hardik Pandya impressed with his leadership skill on his captaincy debut while veterans like Rohit Sharma and Kane Williamson failed to inspire their teams with their own performances.

Read more

No Internet connection