Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services NCD Vs SREI Equipment Finance NCD

Published on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 by Dilip Davda | Modified on Monday, November 4, 2019

The detail comparison of Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services NCD and SREI Equipment Finance NCD opening in July 2017.

MMFSL NCD July 2017 Vs SEFL July 2017 NCD Public Issue

Particulars MMFSL NCD July 2017 SEFL NCD July 2017
Instrument typeUnsecured NCDsUnsecured NCDs
FVRs. 1000 eachRs. 1000 each
Issue open10.07.201717.07.2017
Issue closeon or before 28.07.17on or before 31.07.17
Allotment onFirst Come-First Servved BasisFirst Come-First Servved Basis
Allotment modeDematDemat
Overall Issue SizeRs. 2000 croreRs. 1000 crore
Object of the issueOnward lending, Financing, working capital etc.Onward Lending, repayment of loan, working capital etc.
Min application10 NCDs10 NCDs
Additional Applin multiple of 1 NCD thereon, thereafterin multiple of 1 NCD thereon, thereafter
Tenures7 yr, l10 yr and 15 yr5 yr-3 mnth, 7 yr and 10 yr
Call optionfor 15 yr (after 10 yrs of term)NA
Coupon rates (other than retail)7.75%, 7.90%, 7.95%9.25%,9.30%,9.35%,9.40%,9.50%, 9.55%
Coupon rates (Retail)7.85%, 8.00%, 8.05%Same as above
Additional coupon ratesNA0.15%fro Category III, Sr Citizens etc
Interest payment optionsAnnuallyMonthly/Annually/Cumulative
Additional coupon ratesNA0.15%fro Category III, Sr Citizens etc
Debt: Eqluity ratio rise5.34 to 5.665.13 to 5.53
Net NPA as on (up from 3.2%)1.76% (down from 1.99%)
Ratings of instrumentIND/AAA, BWR/AAABWR/AA+(stable), SMERA/AA+(stable)
Listing atBSEBSE, NSE
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1. Ashutosh   I Like It. |Report Abuse|  Link|Jul 19, 2017 11:00:25 AMReply
Can we withdraw premature NCD?
is this tax beneficial?
1.1. PINAKI BANERJEE   I Like It. |Report Abuse|  Link|Jul 24, 2017 7:03:07 PM
You cannot withdraw except for when the issuer executes a call option which in this case is after 10 years. However, you can sell the NCDs in the market.