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indiabulls financial service (IBULL) Details

Indiabulls Financial Services Limited, a non-banking financial company, together with its subsidiaries, provides loans and other credit facilities primarily to corporate customers in India. The company offers long term finance for industrial or agricultural development, the development of infrastructure facility, the development of housing, or for the construction or purchase of houses/residential projects. It also offers home loans to self employed and salaried segment clients; commercial vehicle loans to business owners; and loans against properties for funding working capital needs, such as business expansion to small to mid-sized businesses, partnership firms, and private limited or closely held companies. In addition, the company offers insurance products and mutual funds; and provides advisory services. Indiabulls Financial Services Limited was incorporated in 2000 and is based in Mumbai, India. As of March 9, 2013, Indiabulls Financial Services Ltd operates as a subsidiary of Indiabulls Housing Finance Limited.

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indiabulls financial service (IBULL) Key Developments

Indian Commodity Exchange Reportedly Considering The Proposal Of Merging With Universal Commodity Exchange

Indian Commodity Exchange Limited (ICEX) is considering the proposal to be acquired by Universal Commodity Exchange Limited (UCX). ICEX will be sold by Reliance Capital Limited (BSE:500111), MMTC Ltd. (BSE:513377) and Indiabulls Financial Services Ltd., reported The Economic Times citing two people aware of the development. The people said, "The proposal was discussed and minuted at an ICEX board meeting held a month ago. A decision can be taken once the valuation and due diligence is completed." The people added that UCX would first ascribe a value to ICEX. Ketan Sheth, Managing Director of Commex Technology Limited (BSE:532342), is likely to offer cash, but will also be open to a share swap, added the people.However, they also added that the valuation details would have to be worked out after which ICEX would do due diligence on its part. Reliance Capital spokesperson declined to comment. Ketan Sheth, DS Dhesi, Chief Managing Director of MMTC, and Ajit Mittal, Nominee Director of Board of ICEX, were not available for comment. The sources said a takeover of loss-making ICEX made sense for newlylaunched UCX, which wants to increase its member strength from around 100 at present.

Canara Bank Reportedly In Talks To Acquire Retail Loans

Canara Bank Limited (BSE:532483) is in talks with a number of NBFCs, including Indiabulls Financial Services Ltd.; Capital First Limited (BSE:532938); and Bajaj Finserv Limited (BSE:532978) to acquire a part of their retail loan portfolio, said a source in the bank. The talks are currently on to buy another tranche of INR 500 crore from Capital First. The bank already bought INR 500 crore worth of the loan book a few months ago, the source added. The bank is also in touch with Bajaj Finserv and Indiabulls to buy loan books of INR 500 crore each. "The idea is to grow our retail loan book via this route by another INR 4,000 crore. By taking over the loan, we are deploying our cash in high quality customers. Both the NBFC and the bank will share the profit margins," the source said. The source said the retail and smaller borrowers are safer compared to larger borrowers. "We have noticed it is the large borrowers like Winsome, Deccan and Kingfisher which have defaulted on loans and very rarely have small loan borrowers defaulted. The idea is to buy more such loans from NBFCs as their due diligence while selecting customers is very high," the banker pointed out. The non-performing assets of NBFCs are comparatively lower than the banks as they follow stringent lending norms.

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