Bankers to Issue - Infrastructure Development Finance Company Ltd – Infrastructure Bonds 2010


IDFC Infrastructure Bonds 2010 which are open for subscription from September 30, 2010 closes on October 18, 2010. In addition to the tax rebate available for Financial Year 2010-2011 of Rs 1 lakh in long term securities, an additional rebate on investments in Infrastructure Bonds up to Rs20000 is also available The Bankers to the Issue are

IDFC Infrastructure Bonds 2010 which are open for subscription from September 30, 2010 closes on October 18, 2010. In addition to the tax rebate available for Financial Year 2010-2011 of Rs 1 lakh in long term securities, an additional rebate on investments in Infrastructure Bonds up to Rs20000 is also available The Bankers to the Issue are

ICICI Bank
Kotak Bank
IDBI Bank
Citibank
Axis Bank
HDFC Bank
Indusind Bank
Dhanlaxmi Bank


Applications for Bonds can also be submitted Online by Persons having demat account with any of the following brokers, in which case their demat acount will be credited with the allotted bonds

Kotak Securities Limited
Enam Securities Private Limited
Sharekhan Limited
JM Financial Services Private Limited
ICIC Securities Limited
RR Equity Brokers (P) Limited
SMC Global Securities Limited
Bajaj Capital Limited
Almondz Global Securities Limited
HDFC Securities Limited
NJ India Invest Private Limited
Karvy Stock Broking Limited

National Security Depository Services Ltd (NSDL) now offers the facility to use existing demat accounts for converting existing mutual fund units in dematerialized form. Please click the link for this purpose Contact your Depository Participant to avail this facility.


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