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HDFC

On October 17th, 1977, it was incorporated as a Public Limited Company. It was also promoted by the Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India. It also got certified of commencement of business on 3rd December and provided housing finance in India. It also provided the long term housing loans mainly to low and middle-income individuals as well as corporate bodies. It also provided a modest amount of construction finance to housing developers.

Some of the Milestones:

  • 1979: It introduced the HDFC Certificate of Deposit Scheme.
  • 1983: It issued bonds of the face value of INR 5000 each for a total amount of INR 10 crores.
  • 1984: It issued the second bonds of INR 5,000 each for INR 10 crores was floated by the way of public issue of bonds in 1986.
  • 1985: Also, a new agreement was entered into with USAID, in which a sum of about the U.S. $25 million was being borrowed from the U.S. capital market in the year 1986-87.
  • 1987: It issued its New Corporate Bonds - Series I for INR 20 crores. Also, VI, VII, and VIII series bonds of an amount of INR 20 crores were issued.
  • 1989: The two new types of loans, such as Home Improvement Loans (or HIL) and Home Extension Loans (or HEL) were launched.
  • 1993: It launched a new deposit product Easy Way Savings, which is a unique product rendering households with flexible maturity choice as well as saving the profile.
  • 1994: It promoted the educational loan facility to offer financial support to students pursuing higher education.
  • 1995:
  • It undertook to set up its first overseas branch office in Dubai.
  • A MoU was signed with Bank Papera Sejhtera, Indonesia on the parameters of technical assistance to be provided for 6 months.
  • It issued 50, 00,000 - 12.5% Cumulative Redeemable Convertible Preference Shares of INR 100 each.
  • 1996:
  • It introduced Flexi-Rate Individual Housing Loan.
  • The HDFC Developers, Ltd., and HDFC Investments Ltd. are the wholly-owned subsidiaries of the company.
  • 1997:
  • About 50, 00,000 Cumulative Redeemable Non-convertible pref. shares redeemed.
  • It tied-up with the Rajasthan government to set up a new company.
  • With a 56% share, it became a market leader in housing finance.
  • 1998: It is one of India's leading housing finance companies, and floated its maiden debenture issue via the private placement route as of 14th July.
  • 1999: It entered into a memorandum of understanding for the strategic business collaboration with Chase Manhattan bank.
  • 2000:
  • It informed that SLAC acquired an aggregate of 10 lac equity shares from the secondary market.
  • It opened an office in Kozhikode, Kerala.
  • It acquired the housing finance business of Gujarat Ambuja Cement Ltd for a total consideration of INR 60 crores.
  • It acquired 2 crore shares in Lafarge India representing the face value of INR 20 crore.
  • Both ICICI Ltd and HDFC hiked their housing loan rates by 50 basis points.
  • The amalgamation of Hometrust Housing Finance Company Ltd took place.
  • CRISIL assigned an `AAA' rating to the INR 1,500-crore bond program of the company.
  • Also, ICRA assigned the `LAA' rating to Hudco INR 1 billion tax-free and INR 5 billion taxable bonds program.
  • 2001:
  • It acquired the entire equity holding of its subsidiary HDFC Holdings in HDFC Bank.
  • It launched its $100-million 5-year syndicated loan with roadshows beginning in Singapore.
  • 2002: It approved a

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