Edelweiss Financial Services NCD July 2024: Key Details and Investment Insights

4 July, 2024


Edelweiss Financial Services Limited (EFSL), a well-known investment banking firm based in Mumbai, is set to launch its Non-Convertible Debentures (NCDs) in July 2024. This article provides a comprehensive overview of the NCD issue, key details, and the company's background to help potential investors make informed decisions.

Edelweiss Financial Services NCD July 2024

IPO Details

➔ Key Details of the NCD:
  • ● Issue Open: July 8, 2024 - July 22, 2024
  • ● Security Name: Edelweiss Financial Services Limited
  • ● Security Type: Secured, Redeemable, Non-Convertible Debentures (Secured NCDs)
  • ● Issue Size (Base): Rs 100.00 Crores
  • ● Issue Size (Oversubscription): Rs 100.00 Crores
  • ● Overall Issue Size: Rs 200.00 Crores
  • ● Issue Price: Rs 1000 per NCD
  • ● Face Value: Rs 1000 each NCD
  • ● Minimum Lot Size: 10 NCDs
  • ● Market Lot: 1 NCD
  • ● Listing At: BSE

About Edelweiss Financial Services Limited

Incorporated in November 1995, Edelweiss Financial Services Limited is a prominent investment banking firm and Merchant Banker headquartered in Mumbai. The company offers a broad range of financial services, including retail and corporate credit, asset management (including mutual funds and alternative asset management), asset reconstruction, insurance (both life and general), and wealth management through its subsidiaries. As of March 31, 2024, the Edelweiss Group consists of 27 subsidiaries, operating through 250 domestic offices and 3 international offices, and employing over 6,117 individuals.

The objective of the NCD

The proceeds from the NCD issue are intended for the following purposes:

Repayment/Prepayment of Existing Borrowings: The funds will be used to repay or prepay the interest and principal of the company’s existing borrowings. General Corporate Purposes: A portion of the funds will be allocated for general corporate expenses, ensuring the company’s smooth operational flow.


Edelweiss Financial Services Limited’s NCD issue offers an attractive opportunity for investors, with a solid credit rating and flexible tenors. The funds raised will help the company manage its existing debt and support its corporate operations. Interested investors should consider the issue dates and details carefully to take advantage of this opportunity.

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