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Creditors of cash-strapped DHFL claim dues worth Rs 87,905.6 crore

Of the total, the financial creditors - banks, bond holders and other financial institutions - have claimed Rs 86,892 crore

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There are claims from four real estate companies worth ~950.5 crore, all are being verified

Subrata Panda Mumbai
Creditors to Dewan Housing Finance (DHFL) have claimed a total of Rs 87,905.6 crore in dues, according to the administrator appointed for the bankrupt company.
 
Meanwhile, the lenders of DHFL, in the first committee of creditors (CoC) meeting held on Monday, appointed R Subramaniakumar the resolution professional or administrator for the entire insolvency process. Also, the lenders have expressed an initial desire to segregate the loan portfolio of the mortgage lender into retail, wholesale and SRA loans and invite expression of interest from investors separately for all three categories, sources aware of the development said. The appointment of valuers

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First Published: Dec 30 2019 | 11:14 PM IST

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