BSE CEO Ashishkumar Chauhan stated the alternate which is positioned at India’s solely International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) at Gandhinagar’s GIFT City is turning into the popular platform for itemizing of bonds issued by Indian corporates.
“I am sure over the next decade or so, we will be hopefully listing over USD 1 trillion of debt and probably even more of equity, REITs (Real Estate Investment Trust), Invits (Infrastructure Investment Trust) and many other instruments,” Chauhan stated.
He was talking on the bell ringing ceremony of Exim Bank’s USD 1 billion problem on the BSE right here. He additionally added that SBI’s USD 600 million bonds issued not too long ago are additionally getting listed on Thursday itself.
Exim Bank had raised the cash earlier this month from overseas traders towards issuing 10-year paper at a fee of two.25 per cent every year.
The coverage financial institution’s managing director, David Rasquinha expressed satisfaction on the response which it was capable of obtain from the traders for the difficulty which was oversubscribed 3.5 instances.
He exuded confidence that the success will assist different Indian issuers in elevating funds as effectively.
Chauhan stated all of the Indian points over the past one yr have been listed on INX, which was inaugurated in 2017.
The points listed on the platform embrace SBI’s USD 100 million inexperienced bonds, REC’s USD 500 million bonds, APSEZ’s USD 750 million overseas foreign money bonds and Adani Container Terminals’ USD 300 million bonds, he stated.
All these points have been listed final yr.
As of now, bonds aggregating to USD 24.5 billion have been listed on the platform, he stated.