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16 June 2021
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Lenders start voting on resolution plan of RCFL

Financial Express

10/06/2021 - 21:33

The four bidders for RCFL are: Authum Infrastructure and Investment, UV ARC in consortium with Hawk Capital, Invent ARC and Alchemist ARC. Financial creditors have a total exposure of Rs 7,688 crore to RCFL, with Bank of Baroda being the lead creditor.


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