4 Responses

  1. Pankaj
    Pankaj at | | Reply

    After a 5 year period the NCDs will carry 10.3% tax for all tax brackets as per your information under Income from NCDs, Capital Gains and Tax.
    So net return on 12.5% is still 11.21%. That is quite handsome return.

  2. RupyaGyan
    RupyaGyan at | | Reply

    Provided we study the issue carefully and then decide, NCDs can really be a good option. You have explained it all in a very simple way. It was important now that many companies are taking this route to attract public investments

  3. Roshni
    Roshni at | | Reply

    Nice article.

    After reading, I scanned the prospectus of Shriram Transport Finance Co. Ltd (700+ pages) for the terms you mentioned. However I could only find CAR clearly mentioned (that too in the risk section).

    The NPA’s is given in a table but has two components – Gross NPA and Net NPA and therefore two different values for % of NPA to total loan book.

    Also no mention of Interest Coverage Ratio or EBIT.

    I don’t have a finance background so I don’t know the synonyms for above terms to look for in the prospectus. A little help please?

  4. verapuli (@verapuli)
    verapuli (@verapuli) at | | Reply

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