| Log in
A man cycles past the construction site of a residential apartment building by Indian property developer DLF Ltd. in Gurgaon January 27, 2010. Shares in DLF Ltd, India’s top listed real estate firm, rose more than 3 percent on Thursday after it reported a sequential rise in quarterly profit, signalling a recovery in the realty market was gaining momentum. Picture taken January 27, 2010. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA – Tags: BUSINESS) – RTR29K4D Photo Credit: Reuters

Why the GIC deal may not help DLF break the debt jinx

02 March, 2017

DLF Ltd, India’s biggest property developer by market value, may not be able to come out of its debt trap anytime soon despite its promoters’ planned stake sale in the company ....

To read the Full Story

subscribe

Definitive news, exclusives, analyses and videos

  • Exclusive reporting, expert analysis and commentary on PE/VC/M&A deals & dealmakers
  • Daily, weekly and monthly curated newsletters on the deal ecosystem in India
  • Breaking news alerts
  • Participation in marquee events at concessional rates

Comprehensive | Accurate | Unbiased | Impeccably sourced


Leave Your Comment
PE deal of the month: GIC cements commercial realty play with DLF deal

PE deal of the month: GIC cements commercial realty play with DLF deal

Jyotindra Dubey 2 months ago
Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC Pte Ltd has emerged as one of the biggest...
DLF to ink pact with GIC for stake sale in rental arm

DLF to ink pact with GIC for stake sale in rental arm

TEAM VCC 8 months ago
Real estate firm DLF Ltd said on Wednesday it has decided to enter into an...
DLF extends deadline for stake sale in rental arm to March 2017

DLF extends deadline for stake sale in rental arm to March 2017

Swet Sarika 2 years ago
DLF Ltd, the country’s biggest listed developer, has pushed to next year the...
No Comments

Why the GIC deal may not help DLF break the debt jinx

Powered by WordPress.com VIP