Tata Power mulls US dollar perps

India’s Tata Power has mandated three banks to arrange investor meetings on the heels of Citic Pacific’s recent US$750 million perpetual bond issuance. It is set to be the first Indian company to conduct an international perp deal.

  • 15 Apr 2011

Tata Power, India’s largest power company, is set to become the first Indian company to launch a US dollar perpetual bond issue, according to asset managers in Hong Kong.

Executives from the Indian company, which is part of the Tata Group conglomerate, began meeting investors in Hong Kong ...

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