icici-adopts-a-nimble-borrowing-strategy

ICICI adopts a nimble borrowing strategy

Global head of ICICI's financial institutions group, Sudhir Dole, discusses the bank's borrowing requirements and what value advisers add to the fund-raising process.
In late April, IndiaÆs largest private-sector lender, ICICI Bank, beat forecasts with a nearly 40% rise in fourth-quarter net profit. Sudhir Dole, global head of the bank's financial institutions group, talks about how the bank is raising funds, forging links with investors and mandating banks.

How much do you need to raise this year
We will seek to continue to capitalise on the growth opportunities presented by the foreign currency financing needs of Indian corporations. Our requirements would depend upon an evaluation of these opportunities, the return thereof and the market conditions.

How are you going to achieve these targets
The bond market has been a very important source of borrowing for us in recent...
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