Infrastructure Development Finance Corporation: The Controlling Battles


Code : GOV0012

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Industry : Banking, Insurance and Financial Services

Region : India

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Abstract: Infrastructure Development Finance Corporation (IDFC) is the largest private sector development financial institution (DFI) in India. Post liberalisation of the banking sector, IDFC was created as a vehicle to channel private sector capital into commercially viable infrastructure projects. Since its inception it had many credits, including that of being a DFI with zero non-performing assets (NPAs). However, there was wide spread criticism that its lending operations had been too conservative and thus had failed to fulfill the infrastructure needs of the country. This raised curtains to the series of controlling battles made by the pro and anti nationalist activists to gain control over the new-age development bank.

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Pedagogical Objectives:

  • To discuss the various reasons that compel IDFC to be nationalised

    Keywords :Nationalisation; Private capital; Development financial institutions; Managing in Troubled Times Case Study : Non-performing assets; Infrastructure Development Finance Corporation (IDFC); Long term finance; Reserve Bank of India; Long term operational funds; Statutory liquidity ratio; Reverse merger; Privatisation; Indian commercial banking structure; New-age development bank; Refinancing; Flexi-bonds

    Contents :
    Evolution of IDFC
    The Controlling Battles
    Whither IDFC?

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