Capital First merger will help IDFC Bank build its retail portfolio

Radhika Merwin
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However, the recent run up in stock prices, deal value and near-term integration hitches, leave little upside for shareholders

For IDFC Bank, that was granted the universal bank licence, building its retail portfolio has been critical. After the much talked about IDFC-Shriram group merger being called off, IDFC Bank’s merger announcement with non-banking finance company—Capital First, is yet another attempt to ramp up its retail franchise. While the synergy—of access to high yielding retail loan portfolio—is obvious, it ...
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