FCCB

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AcronymDefinition
FCCBFootball Club Crolles Bernin (French football club)
FCCBForeign Currency Convertible Bond
FCCBFootball Club de la Côte des Blancs (French football club)
FCCBFootball Club de la Côte Bleue (French football club)
FCCBFootball Club Cheval Blanc (French football club)
FCCBFalls Church Concert Band (Falls Church, VA)
FCCBFractional Currency Collectors Board (est. 1983)
FCCBField Configuration Control Board
FCCBFresno Community Concert Band (Fresno, CA)
FCCBFranklin County Community Band (Rocky Mount, VA)
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Nearly two dozen Indian firms have an outstanding $5.8 billion in foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCBs) that mature in 2012, brokerage Kotak Securities says.
The 172 million dollars foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCBs) default on Tuesday was for the last tranche of the 547 million dollars.
The Indian companies raised the capital both via external commercial borrowings (ECBs) and foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCBs) routes.
In other cases, when it was fashionable to soak up foreign currency convertible bonds ( FCCBs), companies went overboard.
Of late, the Indian legal system is being tested with enforceability of legal contracts, mainly in cases where companies which had issued foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCBs) are defaulting.
According to a report in The Economic Times, the first step that Amtek Auto will take in that direction is redeeming $250 million foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCBs) due in June.
Expected to tap the capital markets next month, the company may opt for a private placement, shares with differential voting rights or foreign currency convertible bonds.
Some analysts said that the rise was due to the company's plans to raise $ 225 million through foreign currency convertible bonds to retire part of USL's own ` 7,700 crore debt.
The downgrade also factors in the expected pressure on the Everest Kanto group's liquidity because of the possible redemption of its foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCBs) in September 2012; the group's internal accruals may not be adequate to service the instruments.
The Indian government may exempt private banks from new Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) rules.The government had recently changed FDI guidelines and many private banks in India with overseas branches found their status changed to 'non-resident' from 'resident.' This was so because the total FDI will take into account the stakes held by Non-Resident Indians, American and global depository receipts, foreign currency convertible bonds and convertible preference shares.
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