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14-Dec2017

L&T Finance extends Rs 300 crore loan to Satellite Group's realty projects: Report

L&T Finance Holdings has reportedly extended a loan of Rs 300 crore towards three projects of realty developer Satellite Group. The funding for nearly a million sq ft of development potential has been made at around 15% with a total tenure of up to 7 years.

The funds will be used for construction of the developer's 5-lakh-sq-ft low-cost housing project in Mumbai's western suburb Malad, a mid-income group project in Goregaon suburb, and a premium project in South Mumbai.

L&T Finance Holdings is a financial holding company offering a diverse range of financial products and services across the corporate, retail and infrastructure finance sectors, as well as mutual fund products and investment management services, through its direct and indirect wholly-owned subsidiaries.


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