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Vedanta Resources to issue $400 million notes to Oaktree Capital

The notes will be partly secured by shares in Mumbai-listed unit Vedanta Ltd

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The new deal with Oaktree comes after Vedanta Resources sold $1 billion of securities earlier this month

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A unit of Vedanta Resources will issue $400 million in notes to an entity under Oaktree Capital Group, as the mining conglomerate looks to meet liquidity needs.
 
The notes will be partly secured by shares in Mumbai-listed unit Vedanta Ltd., according to separate exchange filings from Vedanta and the U.S. hedge fund.

India’s macroeconomic troubles have attracted a wave of global investors betting they can eke out profits from the rising number of capital-starved businesses struggling to stay afloat. Some global heavyweights including Oaktree and Apollo Global Management Inc. have either struck recent India deals or scaled up their teams

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First Published: Dec 29 2020 | 3:18 PM IST

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