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PNB Housing Finance Sept-Quarter Consol Net PAT Falls
PNB Housing Finance To Consider Issuance Of Non-Convertible Debentures Worth Up To 20 Bln Rupees
PNB Housing Finance Says Co And CSC E‐Governance Tie Up On Home Loan Facilities
PNB Housing Finance Limited (PNBHFL) is an India-based housing finance company. The Company provides housing loans to individuals and corporate bodies for construction, purchase, and repair and up gradation of houses. It also provides loans for commercial space, loan against property and loan for purchase of residential plots. It provides home loans, which include home purchase loans, home extension loans, home construction loans, home improvement loans, residential plot loans and loans for non-resident Indians (NRIs). The Company also provides non-home loans, which include commercial property loans, loan against property (LAP), loan for purchase of non-residential premises (NRP) and lease rental discounting (LRD). The Company also offers construction finance to the real estate developers. In addition, PNBHFL offers fixed deposit products for retail investors. The Company has around 38 branches supported by around 16 underwriting hubs.
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9th Floor, Antriksh Bhawan
22 Kasturba Gandhi Marg
Near Connaught Place
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Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operations & Technology Officer
Company Secretary & Head Compliance
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Shares of India's PNB Housing Finance Ltd fell 5% on Monday to their lowest since early June after the mortgage lender scrapped a fund-raising deal with a group of investors, led by private-equity firm Carlyle Group.
Indian shares closed higher on Tuesday after retreating from fresh peaks scaled earlier in the session, as losses in automakers and metal companies tempered gains in IT and telecom stocks.
Indian shares edged higher on Tuesday, supported by private banks and financial stocks, while PNB Housing Finance tumbled following a court restriction on disclosing the results of shareholder votes on a deal with a group of investors.
Indian shares inched higher on Tuesday, helped by banking and financial stocks, while PNB Housing Finance dropped 3% after an Indian court restricted the company from disclosing the results of shareholder votes on a deal with a group of investors.
Indian shares fell on Monday, weighed down by heavyweight financial stocks, while shares of housing loans provider PNB Housing Finance dropped after a regulatory hold on a proposed capital raise.
PNB Housing Finance Ltd (PNBHF) on Sunday said India's markets regulator has asked it to put on hold a share allocation worth 40 billion rupees ($539.81 million) to a clutch of investors led by Carlyle Group Inc.
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