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With RCom on way to becoming a bad asset, Anil Ambani gets into lenders' bad booksMore than 10 local banks have red-flagged their loans given to the mobile operator which has suffered a loss of Rs 966 cr in the January-March quarter.
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Anil Ambani draws lenders' ire for failing to service Rcom loansMore than 10 local banks have red-flagged their loans given to the mobile operator which has suffered a loss of Rs 966 cr in the January-March quarter.
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The said amount will cover not only all scheduled repayments, but also include substantial pre-payments to all lenders on a pro-rata basis." He also said that "RCom is presently engaged in discussions with its lenders to obtain their requisite consents for the two transactions and to refinance scheduled instalments falling due in the interim period up to Sept 30, to facilitate expeditious closing of both transactions in the best interests of all stakeholders." "Based on the large number of approvals already received for the two transactions and continuing good progress for the balance, RCom expects to meet its all debt repayment obligations in line with these plans, and substantially reduce its overall debt," the official added. The company suffered a loss of Rs 966 crore in the January-March quarter - its second straight quarterly net loss leading to its first full fiscal net loss.
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The said amount will cover not only all scheduled repayments, but also include substantial pre-payments to all lenders on a pro-rata basis." He also said that "RCom is presently engaged in discussions with its lenders to obtain their requisite consents for the two transactions and to refinance scheduled instalments falling due in the interim period up to Sept 30, to facilitate expeditious closing of both transactions in the best interests of all stakeholders." "Based on the large number of approvals already received for the two transactions and continuing good progress for the balance, RCom expects to meet its all debt repayment obligations in line with these plans, and substantially reduce its overall debt," the official added. The company suffered a loss of Rs 966 crore in the January-March quarter – its second straight quarterly net loss leading to its first full fiscal net loss.
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