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Today the road sector is much more mature and robust

Today the road sector is much more mature and robust

A candid interview with experienced financier PR Jaishankar, MD, IIFCL PR Jaishankar, MD, India Infrastructure Finance Company Ltd. (IIFCL), an experienced financier helming the infrastructure financing affairs, shares his deep thoughts on the latest progress, the pace of road development, new strategies carried out by IIFCL to speed up the infra projects, and much more from...

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NaBFID Financing for the Future

So far, the Central Government has made all the right moves as it goes about setting up the National Bank for Financing Infrastructure and Development (NaBFID). But will the newly created entity be able to deliver on its mandate of developing a robust financing ecosystem for the infrastructure sector once it gets operationalised? The Central...

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DFI to create financing ecosystem for infra projects

DFI to create financing ecosystem for infra projects

The new Development Finance Institution (DFI) will be a fairly large entity that will play a key role in the Central Government’s strategy to facilitate the creation of a robust financing ecosystem for infrastructure projects in the country. Simultaneously, the government also remains committed to rolling out systemic interventions to ensure the necessary action on...

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We can’t shy away from PPPs

We can’t shy away from PPPs

PR Jaishankar, Chief General Manager, India Infrastructure Finance Company Ltd (IIFCL) says that old models of development financing need a complete overhaul. He feels while development financing still holds relevance, it needs to be viewed in the context of the dynamic needs of the emerging environment.

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In the HAM of a Dilemma

In the HAM of a Dilemma

Just as with PPP projects, HAM contracts too are finding financial closure to be a challenge. Banks, especially, are wary of putting their money on developers with weak financials and lack of adequate experience. Industry insiders, however, beg to differ.

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Infra-vestment | Follow the Money

Infra-vestment | Follow the Money

India will need $1.5 trillion of investment in infrastructure over the next 10 years. Of this nearly $10 billion is required in sewage treatment plants. Similarly, about $8 billion is required to be invested in ensuring regular drinking water supply.

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There is a need for the regulator to get more teeth

There is a need for the regulator to get more teeth

Sandeep Upadhyay - MD & CEO, Centrum Infrastructure Advisory Ltd, says that a more consultative process involving the NHAI and all stakeholders, by giving due weightage to the lenders, would result in a win-win situation for infrastructure development in India.

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