Consistent with higher volume of operations, PFC’s ‘Net Profit’ increased by a whopping 23% to Rs.1950 crore from Rs. 1582 crore, during the quarter ended 31st December, 2016. While the Sanctions increased by 64% to Rs 32,027 crore, Disbursements during this period (Q3 FY 17 vs. Q3 FY 16) increased by 13% to Rs, 12,150 crore from Rs 10,755 crore. Earning Per Share (EPS) increased by 23% to Rs. 29.54 from Rs 23.97.
Shri Ravinder Singh Dhillon presently Director (Projects), Power Finance Corporation (PFC), has been appointed to the post of Chairman and Managing Director (CMD), PFC. … [ Read more ]
PFC, a Government owned NBFC has successfully tapped international market and raised USD 1 billion through Reg- S bonds in one go. This was … [ Read more ]
In a ceremony held in PFC, under the aegis of Ministry of Power, Four (04) State Discoms namely Bihar, West Bengal, Telangana and Tamil … [ Read more ]
Shri Rajeev Sharma, CMD, PFC, presented RTGS advice of US $ 1 million to Shri R. K. Singh, Hon’ble Union Minister of State (I/C) … [ Read more ]