Tata Realty Secures Rs 8.25 Bn Loan from IFC
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Tata Realty Secures Rs 8.25 Bn Loan from IFC

Tata Realty and Infrastructure Limited (TRIL) has secured a significant loan of Rs 8.25 billion from the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group. The loan aims to support TRIL's ongoing and future infrastructure projects, reinforcing its commitment to enhancing urban infrastructure and sustainable development across India.

The financing from IFC, which comes under its Sustainable Development Bond program, underscores TRIL's strong credentials in implementing environmentally and socially responsible projects. The loan will primarily be used to finance green and sustainable projects in the infrastructure sector, aligning with global standards for climate-friendly investments.

TRIL, a subsidiary of Tata Sons Private Limited, has a robust portfolio that includes various real estate and infrastructure projects across the country. The loan from IFC will enable TRIL to accelerate the development of critical infrastructure, including residential, commercial, and mixed-use projects, while adhering to high standards of environmental and social governance.

IFC's support not only provides financial backing but also signifies its confidence in TRIL's capability to deliver impactful infrastructure solutions. The loan is expected to bolster TRIL's efforts in contributing to India's infrastructure development agenda, creating jobs, enhancing urban living standards, and promoting sustainable growth.

The partnership between TRIL and IFC highlights the importance of private sector collaboration in driving sustainable infrastructure investments. It underscores a shared commitment to fostering economic development, promoting environmental sustainability, and addressing India's infrastructure challenges through innovative financing solutions.

Tata Realty and Infrastructure Limited (TRIL) has secured a significant loan of Rs 8.25 billion from the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group. The loan aims to support TRIL's ongoing and future infrastructure projects, reinforcing its commitment to enhancing urban infrastructure and sustainable development across India. The financing from IFC, which comes under its Sustainable Development Bond program, underscores TRIL's strong credentials in implementing environmentally and socially responsible projects. The loan will primarily be used to finance green and sustainable projects in the infrastructure sector, aligning with global standards for climate-friendly investments. TRIL, a subsidiary of Tata Sons Private Limited, has a robust portfolio that includes various real estate and infrastructure projects across the country. The loan from IFC will enable TRIL to accelerate the development of critical infrastructure, including residential, commercial, and mixed-use projects, while adhering to high standards of environmental and social governance. IFC's support not only provides financial backing but also signifies its confidence in TRIL's capability to deliver impactful infrastructure solutions. The loan is expected to bolster TRIL's efforts in contributing to India's infrastructure development agenda, creating jobs, enhancing urban living standards, and promoting sustainable growth. The partnership between TRIL and IFC highlights the importance of private sector collaboration in driving sustainable infrastructure investments. It underscores a shared commitment to fostering economic development, promoting environmental sustainability, and addressing India's infrastructure challenges through innovative financing solutions.

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