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Non-Convertible Debentures (NCD)

NCDs (Non-Convertible Debentures) are fixed-interest loans issued by companies. They offer fixed returns and have a specific maturity date. Unlike convertible debentures, they cannot be converted into shares. NCDs provide investors with a simple and secure way to earn fixed income.


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Non-Convertible Debentures Issue Highlight

Tenure18 months from the Deemed Date of Allotment
Face ValueRs. 1,00,000/- Per Debenture
Tranche SizeRs.50 Crores + Rs.100 Crores Greenshoe Option
Mode of IssuePrivate placement 
Types of instrumentSenior, unsecured, rated, listed, redeemable, taxable, non-convertible debentures
Minimum Application ValueRs. 1 Lakh & in it's Multiple
Listing OnBombay Stock Exchange (BSE)


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1. What is an NCD? 

Non-convertible debentures (NCDs) are debt instruments with a fixed tenure issued by companies to raise money for business purposes. 

2. What is the category of this instrument? 

Listed, Unsecured, Redeemable, Non-convertible debentures. 

3. What will be the mode of the issue? 

The NCD will be issued in DEMAT mode only and it is on Private Placement Basis. 

4. What is the total issue size? 

The total issue size is Rs. 150.00 Crores. 

5. What is the face value of the NCD? 

The Face Value and Issue Price per NCD is Rs. 1 Lacs. 

6. What is the minimum size of the application/investment? 

1 NCD (i.e. Rs. 1 lacs) and then an investor can apply in multiples of 1 NCD of Rs. 1 Lacs each. 

7. What is the Interest Rate of NCD? 

11% p.a, payable at Redemption only i.e. on completion of 18 months.

8. What is the tenure of the NCD? 

The NCD will be issued for 18 months from the date of allotment. 

9. What is the interest rate in case of delay/default in interest payment? 

Coupon Rate Plus Additional interest of at least @ 2% p.a. on the outstanding Principal amount. 

10. Is it possible to make premature redemption of the NCD? 

It is listed on the BSE Exchange and investors can exit at any point of time. 

11. Can the debentures be transferred off the market? 

Yes, the debentures can be transferred off the market by following Depository Participant’s processes. 

12. Can the NCD be pledged with bank and Overdraft facilities be availed? 

Depending on the banks’ policies, generally, the banks allow Overdraft facilities against NCD. 

13. What category of investors can invest in NCD? 

The following are eligible categories; 

  • Companies, Body Corporate, Financial Institutions, NBFCs, Statutory Corporations; 
  • Commercial Banks and Regional Rural Banks; 
  • Provident funds/ Superannuation funds or gratuity funds, private trusts, as may be permitted by respective rules and guidelines of such funds/ trusts; 
  • Registered Society; 
  • Partnership firms & LLPs; 
  • Individuals and HUFs; 
  • High Net Worth Individuals; 
  • Insurance Companies; 
  • Mutual Funds; 
  • Portfolio Manager registered with SEBI; 
  • Any other investor permitted to invest in debentures of Indian body corporate 

NOTE: No Identified Person shall be entitled to renounce his right to subscribe to the NCD to any person. Only the person(s) to whom this Placement Memorandum is circulated by the Companyshall be eligible to apply for NCD (“Identified Persons”). 

14. What is the rating for NCD? 

Credit Rating of A by Infomerics Valuation & Ratings Pvt. Ltd.

15. What are the objects of the NCD Issue? 

To fund the Algo-based arbitrage/jobbing business activities of the Company. 

16. Can the NCD be placed with brokers towards margin requirements in securities market transactions?


17. Are there any debenture trustees? 

Yes. MITCON Credential Trusteeship Services Limited is appointed as a debenture trustee. 

18. Do the NCD holders carry any voting rights?

 No, the NCD holders do not have voting rights. 

19. Once the bond matures, how do I get my money back? 

The money will automatically get remitted to your bank account on the date of maturity. 

20. Is a Demat account needed for NCD? 

Having a Demat account to invest in NCDs is essential as most debentures are issued in dematerialized mode.

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