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SREI Infrastructure Finance Limited NCD July 2015 Interest Rate up to 11.04%

Company Profile

Srei Infrastructure Finance Limited is a leading infrastructure financing conglomerate in India. Srei, derived from the Hindi word Shrey, pronounced as ‘Shrey’, meaning ‘merit’ / ‘credit’ has completed a quarter of a century. In these 25 years, Srei has come a long way after starting perhaps in one of the most difficult and challenging times. In 1989, India had not opened up and the economy was in doldrums. There was hardly any quality investment in infrastructure projects. Srei was born then, a child of a dream, with the aim to address two of the most critical problems in our country then – financing and infrastructure.Srei believes in being the driving force for entrepreneurs. By empowering over 30,000 customers through our bouquet of services, our value proposition towards our customers and partners is much beyond finance. Our services in the infrastructure sector include

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Application Process and Form Submission/Collection Centers

Please take print of the Application Form A4 paper size. Click here to download Application form of SREI Infrastructure Finance Limited NCD july 2015
Attach following document along with the application form : –
1] PAN Card and Address Proof Photo Copy attested by applicant.
2] One Cancelled Cheque copy.
3] Bidding is mandatory.
4] Cheque / DD should be drawn in favour of “SIFL – NCD VII 2015 Public Issue Escrow Account“.
5] On First come First Serve Basis
6] Keep photocopy of application form for your record.
7] Submit / deposit your NCD application form in Listed/ Design Bank Branches. (search below for your city)
8] To record and track the status/allotment of your application form, send us the soft copy Application Form/ Acknowledgement Slip.
9] The actual bond will reflect in your demat account within 8-12 weeks time form date of allotment.
10] Free Home Service available *

Who Can Apply/Invest

Public Financial Institutions, Statutory Corporations, Commercial Banks, Co-operative Banks and Regional
Rural Banks,Public/private charitable/religious trusts,Scientific and/or industrial research organisations,Resident Indian individuals;Hindu Undivided Families through the Karta.

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