The HDFC series W-003 October 22, 2029 secured redeemable non-convertible debentures have been issued on a private placement basis, HDFC said in a regulatory filing.
The notes will be listed on Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (SGX- ST), the company said in a BSE filing.
The decision was taken by the board of the company at its meeting.
Basel III is an international regulatory framework with a set of reforms to improve the regulation, supervision and risk management within the banking sector.
NHPC's board in its meeting on Tuesday approved the proposal to raise debt up to Rs 2,500 crore in 2019-20 through secured, redeemable, taxable, non-cumulative non-convertible taxable corporate bonds in one or more series or tranches on private placement basis .
The rash of new deals comes as the US-China trade war weighs on the global economy, helping push 30-year Treasury yields to record lows and increasing fears of a global economic slowdown.
Germany's 30-year benchmark bond yield briefly broke into positive territory for the first time in more than a month, while U.S. Treasury yields climbed to 18-day highs.
The civic body on August 20 raised Rs 100 crore through BSE's electronic bidding platform and received an overwhelming response, an official press release said here.
The transaction saw an oversubscription of more than four times with active participation from more than 140 major international investor accounts, allowing it to price inside its current market levels with the tightest coupon ever on its five-year bond.
The outstanding principal amount of $172 million was part of a bond issue of $546.91 million.
The company told the bourse that the issue generated an overwhelming response among investors and bids of Rs 9,359.90 crore were received.
The coupon rate on the bonds is 7.99 per cent per annum payable annually.
A meeting of the company's board of directors will be held on July 12 to consider raising funds by way of issuance of dollar-denominated foreign currency bonds which may be issued in one or more tranches overseas, APSEZ is in a regulatory filing to the BSE.
The money will be raised in one or more tranches up to Rs 500 crore, it said in a regulatory filing.
The Central bank would purchase five government bonds under open market operations (OMOs) on June 20.
The outlook reflects the negative return of asset (ROA) for two consecutive years, weak capitalisation with common equity tier (CET) I of 6.21 per cent in the fourth quarter of last fiscal, Ind-Ra said in a release.
Foreigners bought a net $4.61 billion of regional bonds after selling $3.64 billion in April, data from regional banks and bond market associations in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, South Korea and India showed.
The issuance attracted a strong and diversified order book indicating investor's confidence towards PFC's differentiated credit despite volatile market conditions and concerns over Indian NBFI sector, it mentioned.
After a torrid May that wiped $3 trillion off global equities, worsening trade tensions and the broader economic backdrop made for a jarring start to June.
The executive committee of the central board will take a decision in this regard on April 24, SBI said in a regulatory filing.
The total outstanding value of these GoI-FSBs stood at Rs 88,454 crore at the end of FY19, according to Icra.
The company is offering bonds in two, three and five years maturing with coupon ranging from 9.90 to 10.50 percent.
The five-year dollar money sale saw high demand from investors across Europe and Asia, and had attracted bids worth $1.75 billion, merchant banking sources said.
The notes will carry a fixed coupon rate of 3.87 per cent and be payable on semi-annual basis, the filing said.
The base size of the issue, which is the second tranche, is Rs 500 crore with an option to retain oversubscription of up to Rs 500 crore, the company said in a statement Tuesday.