: The budget presented by FinanceMinister Arun Jaitley would give a boost to the buildercommunity while the government addressed the issue of unsoldflats, Sundaram BNP Paribas Home Finance Managing Director,Srinivas Acharya said here today. Money Control, 1 month ago
Sundaram BNP Paribas Home Finance has announced a cut in its rate of interest for new housing loans with effect from tomorrow. The rate of interest for new housing loans would be 8.70 per cent per annum from the existing 9.20 per cent per annum with effect ...Business Standard, 2 months ago
Sundaram BNP Paribas Home Finance has cut interest rate for new home loans to 8.70 per cent a year from 9.20 per cent, effective 10 January 2017, according to a statement. The company hopes that this will help in reviving the sluggish real estate market, said ...Business Line, 2 months ago
Non-banking finance company Sundaram Finance has registered a 35.2 per cent rise in its quarter ending December 31, 2016 to Rs 138.24 crore. The Chennai-based company had registered net profit at Rs 102.18 crore during corresponding quarter of previous year.Business Standard, 1 month ago
Posted by Equitymaster Three months ago, Tata group stocks bore the brunt of the Tata-Mistry boardroom battle. The Tata-Mistry spat began on October 24, when the Tata board in a surprise and unexpected move dismissed Mr Cyrus Mistry as the chairman of Tata ...Equitymaster.com, 2 weeks ago
There is no desperation to either buy or sell. A sort of waiting game is being played in the real estate sector due to demonetisation, says Srinivas Acharya, Managing Director, Sundaram BNP Paribas Home Finance. Excerpts of an interview:The Hindu, 2 months ago Note ban, positive for real estate: Srinivas Acharya The Hindu, 2 months ago
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