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Rajiv Lall


Rajiv Lall as MD, IDFC Bank leased space to NGO headed by his wife at Re 1 a month

July 20, 2020 11:34 am

ASIC was provided 800 sq m space way back in 2009 as part of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) initiative by IDFC when it was an NBFC, said Deepak Parekh, who was then IDFC Chairman.

For IDFC, road towards bank begins with a lighter loan book

April 25, 2014 11:37 pm

For FY14, its CAR improved marginally to 22.32 per cent as against 22.24 per cent in FY13. Total provisions by IDFC rose 80 per cent (year on year) to Rs 628 crore.

IDFC charts 9-year road map for banking venture

April 05, 2014 1:19 am

Will start with branches both in India and Bharat and will pursue our financial inclusion strategy in parallel with retail banking, said Rajiv Lall.

To build up capital for bank, IDFC not to expand loan book

April 04, 2014 1:01 am

In FY13, the finance company’s infrastructure lending had risen 16%.

Rajiv Lall succeeds Deepak Parekh as IDFC chairman

May 02, 2013 1:54 am

Infrastructure Development Finance Company has elevated its current managing director and chief executive Rajiv Lall as the chairman in place of Deepak Parekh who has stepped down from the post.

IDFC sees 20% credit growth this fiscal

October 30, 2012 1:38 am

IDFC is hopeful of clocking 20 per cent credit growth in the current financial year.

Final report of Deepak Parekh panel by fiscal-end: IDFC's Rajiv Lall

October 29, 2012 7:56 pm

The final report of the Dipak Parekh committee report on infra financing is likely to come out by the end of this fiscal,infra financing firm IDFC Chairman Rajiv Lall said today.

IDFC study calls for urgent steps to conserve water

December 20, 2011 2:25 am

With rapid industrialisation and rising population,there is a need to focus on reusing,recycling and conserving water,a study by Infrastructure Development Finance Company said

40% of all investment is in power projects

October 14, 2010 11:25 pm

Even as the government tries to cobble together the one trillion dollars needed to fund India’s power plants,roads and ports in the next Plan period,with the latest measure being to open up investment in infrastructure companies to FIIs,problems of privatisation and the government’s reluctance to move ahead threaten to disrupt progress.