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IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd. Stock Info: As on 2018-02-19 15:56:07

Nse

225.65

-4.30(-1.87%)
Change%
52 Week Range
193.50
13.00
272.65
3.00
Open229.95
Day's Range206.96 - 252.95
Value Traded (in ₹ Cr.) 23.55

Bse

225.70

-3.50(-1.53%)
Change %
52 Week Range
193.80
13.00
272.40
3.00
Open234.00
Day's Range206.28 - 252.12
Value Traded (in ₹ Cr.) 1.31

Stock Exchange

Category No. Of Shares Share %
ForeignPromoters 0.00 0.00%
IndianPromoters 201,630,613.00 57.37%
Mutual Funds/UTI 29,119,756.00 8.29%
FII 82,753,375.00 23.55%
Employee 0.00 0.00%
Public 18,349,674.00 5.22%
Government 0.00 0.00%
Others 6,712,611.00 1.91%
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Key Statistics

Valuation Measures
Market Cap / Sales Ratio 2.95
Basic EPS (Rs.) 9.24
Cash EPS 9.24
BVPerShare Excl 66.41
Operating Revenue 78.75
PBDITPerShare 17.83
Dividend 4.00
NPPerShare 9.24
Current Ratio 0.68
Quick Ratio 0.68
PriceToBV 3.50
Earnings 0.03
PBDIT Margin 22.64
PBT Margin 13.79
NP Margin 11.74
Return On Assets 4.13
Retention Ratios 56.73
Parameter Mar-16 (₹ Cr.) Yoy%change
Total Income 3,160.61
Total Expenses 2,778.90
EBITDA 626.67
PBT 381.71
PAT 324.91
Net Income 324.91
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Parameter Mar-16 (₹ Cr.) 6M % change
Total Income 1,893.63
Total Expenses 1,539.47
EBITDA 354.16
PBT 233.96
PAT 202.64
Net Income 0.00
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Total Assets
Total Assets
Parameter Mar-16 (₹ Cr.) Yoy%change
Total share capital 351.45
Net worth 2,334.10
Investments 2,471.74
Total Liability 7,853.68
Total debt 2,497.15
Net block 0.00
Total Assets 7,853.68
Parameter Mar-16 (₹ Cr.) 6M % change
Total share capital 351.45
Net worth 2,334.10
Investments 2,471.74
Total Liability 7,853.68
Total debt 2,497.15
Net block 0.00
Total Assets 7,853.68
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Parameter Mar-16(in ₹ Cr.)
Cash from operating activities 535.10
Cash from investing activities -435.62
Cash from financing activities -63.61
Net change in cash 35.87

Stock Held By Mutual Fund Schemes

Scheme Holding (%)
SBI Magnum Tax Gain Scheme 93 1.82%
SBI Magnum Balanced Fund 0.49%
Aditya Birla Sun Life Frontline Equity Fund 0.41%
Aditya Birla Sun Life Midcap Fund 1.85%
SBI Contra Fund 2.35%
Aditya Birla Sun Life Enhanced Arbitrage Fund 0.76%

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IRB Infrastructure Developers said that its wholly owned subsidiary - Kishangarh Gulabpura Tollway has achieved financial closure in terms of the concession agreement executed with NHAI, by tying up of the project finance of Rs 1020 crore. The total cost of the project is Rs 1526 crore, out of which equity contribution / internal accrual by the company will be Rs 506 crore and remaining will be funded through project finance of Rs 1020 crore, the company said in a BSE filing. The Project involves Six Laning of Kishangarh to Gulabpura Section of NH 79A and NH 79 in the state of Rajasthan (length 90.000 km) on DBFOT (Toll) mode, under NHDP Phase-Y Package-l (the Project). The concession period of the Project is 20 years including construction period of 910 days. Meanwhile, shares of the company were trading at Rs 226.85 apiece, down 0.18 per cent from the previous close at 11:03 hours on BSE.

14-Feb-2018 10:56 AM

IRB Infrastructure - Updates

IRB Infrastructure Developers Limited has informed the Exchange regarding ''that Kishangarh Gulabpura Tollway Private Limited ? Wholly-owned Subsidiary of the Company (?the SPV?), has achieved financial closure in terms of the Concession Agreement executed with NHAI, by tying up of Project finance of Rs. 1020 Crores. The total cost of this project is Rs. 1,526 Crores, out of which equity contribution / Internal Accrual by the Company will be Rs. 506 Crores and remaining will be funded through Project Finance of Rs. 1,020 Crores. The average cost of debt for this project finance is approx. 10.20% p.a. A Consortium of Lenders comprising of State Bank of India ? Lead Institution, Yes Bank Limited, Bank of Maharashtra and IFCI Limited have financed this project. Other details of the Project being implemented by the SPV is as under: The Project involves Six Laning of Kishangarh to Gulabpura Section of NH 79A and NH 79 in the state of Rajasthan (length 90.000 km) on DBFOT (Toll) mode, under NHDP Phase-V Package-I (?the Project?). The concession period of the Project is 20 years including construction period of 910 days.  The SPV gets tolling rights from the Appointed Date.  The Company has offered premium of Rs. 186.30 Crores to NHAI. The premium payment will commence after three years from the Appointed Date in terms of the Concession Agreement.  Having achieved financial closure, the SPV would commence construction and tolling on its Project soon. ''.

14-Feb-2018 08:45 AM

IRB Infrastructure - Announcement under Regulation 30 (LODR)-Updates

This is to inform you that Kishangarh Gulabpura Tollway Private Limited - Wholly-owned Subsidiary of the Company ('the SPV'), has achieved financial closure in terms of the Concession Agreement executed with NHAI, by tying up of Project finance of Rs. 1020 Crores.


14-Feb-2018 08:38 AM

IRB Infrastructure - Outcome of Board Meeting

IRB Infrastructure Developers Limited has informed the Exchange regarding Outcome of Board Meeting held on February 07, 2018.

07-Feb-2018 06:21 PM

IRB Infrastructure - Financial Result Updates

IRB Infrastructure Developers Limited has submitted to the Exchange, the financial results for the period ended December 31, 2017.

07-Feb-2018 04:05 PM

IRB Infrastructure - Announcement under Regulation 30 (LODR)-Updates

This is to inform you that Kishangarh Gulabpura Tollway Private Limited - Wholly-owned Subsidiary of the Company ('the SPV'), has achieved financial closure in terms of the Concession Agreement executed with NHAI, by tying up of Project finance of Rs. 1020 Crores.


14-Feb-2018 08:38 AM

IRB Infrastructure - Financials Results For Quarter Ended 31/12/2017.

07-Feb-2018 03:40 PM

IRB Infrastructure - Board approves Dividend

Please note that the Board of Directors of the Company at its meeting held on February 7, 2018 has declared Second Interim Dividend of Rs.2.50/- per equity share of face value of Rs. 10/- each for the financial year 2017-18.

Please note that February 16, 2018 has been fixed as the Record Date for the purpose of Payment of Second Interim Dividend. Second Interim Dividend will be paid / dispatched to the equity shareholders of the Company on or before February 28, 2018.

07-Feb-2018 03:40 PM

Corporate Details

About Management

The Company was incorporated as a private limited company,DVJ Leasing and Finance Private Limited on July 27,1998 under the Companies Act. The Company was primarily formed to fund the capital requirement of the IRB Group'sinitiatives in the infrastructure and construction sectors Although the Company was incorporated as a leasing and financing company, it did not undertake any leasing business. In the past, the Company has carried on certain maintenance operations for road projects constructed by other entities in the IRB Group. In 2005, the Company was granted the Bharuch Surat BOT project. Subsequently, pursuant to the restructuring of the IRB Group in the fiscal year 2007, the Company became the holding company of the IRB Group Following the restructuring of the IRB Group, the name of the Company was changed from DVJ Leasing and Finance Private Limited to IRB Infrastructure Developers Private Limited pursuant to a special resolution of the shareholders of the Company at an EGM held on October 30, 2006. The fresh certificate of incorporation consequent upon the change of name was granted by the RoC on November 8, 2006. Subsequently, pursuant to a special resolution of the shareholders of the Company at an EGM held on November 25, 2006, the Company became a public limited company and the word private was deleted from its name. The certificate of incorporation to reflect the new name was ssued by the RoC on November 27, 2006. IDAA become the subsidiary of the Company on June 21, 2006. The Company subsequently subscribed to 66% of the shareholding in Aryan on July 18, 2007. On September 8, 2007, the Company increased its shareholding in IRBPL, MIPL, TGTRPL, IRB Infra and NKT to further consolidate the Company's shareholding in the Subsidiaries. For further information on such reconstruction see Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations as per the consolidated Financial Statements . The registered office of the Company was shifted with effect from July 1, 1999 from Manisha Safalya, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Dombivli, Mumbai 421 202, to 501, Dattashram,Hindu Colony, Lane No.1, Dadar Mumbai 400 014. Thereafter, the registered office of the Company was shifted to 3rd Floor, IRB Complex, Chandivli Farm, Chandivli Village, Andheri (East),Mumbai 400 072 with effect from November 28, 2006.Ideal Road Builders Private Limit 1977 IRBPL was incorporated as a private limited company. 1977 to 1995 Execution of various construction contracts in the roads sector including World Bank aided projects as an EPC contractor. September 1995 First venture in BOT Project being the signing of the Concession Agreement for Thane Bhiwandi Bypass Phase June 1997 Completion of the construction activities in the Thane Bhiwandi Bypass November 1997 Signing of the concession agreement for the Kharpada Project for construction of a bridge over river Patalganga on a BOT basis. January 1998 Signing of the concession agreement for the Bhiwandi Wada project on a BOT basis. July 1998 Incorporation of the Company as a private limited company. September 1998 Signing of the concession agreement for the Thane Bhiwandi Bypass Phase II on a BOT basis. November 1998 Signing of the concession agreement for the Khambatki Ghat project on a BOT basis. December 1998 Signing of concession agreement for the Kaman Paygaon project on a BOT basis. February 4, 1999 Completion of the Bhiwandi Wada project on a BOT basis. July 20, 1999 Completion of the Kharpada Project Bridge over River Patalganga on a BOT basis. March 25, 2000 Completion of the Kaman Paygaon project on a BOT basis . August 15, 2000 Completion of the Khambatki Ghat project on a BOT basis. January 2001 Signing of the joint venture agreement with Mudajaya Corporation of Malaysia for the execution of NHAI funded contract for the Ratanpur to Himmatnagar section of NH 8 for 54 kms. January 2001 Signing of a funded EPC contract for the Ratanpur to Himmatnagar section of NH 8 for 54 kms with the NHAI. November 2001 Signing of the concession agreement for the Ahmadnagar-Karmala-Temburni Road project on a BOT basis. May 2002 Signing of an O&M and rehabilitation works contract with the NHAI for the Chiloda Naroda Section, Ahmedabad Bypass and the Ahmedabad Vadodara Section of NH 8 inGujarat. May 2002 Signing of an O&M and rehabilitation works contract with the NHA I for Vadodara-Surat section of NH 8 in Gujarat. May 2002 Signing of the concession agreement for the Mohol-Kurul-Kamti-Mandrup road on a BOT basis. February 2003 Signing of the concession agreement for the Pune Sholapur Project on a BOT basis.August 25, 2003 Completion of construction activities i n the Ahmadnagar-Karmala-Temburni Road project on a BOT basis . August 2003 Signing of the concession agreement for the Pune Nashik project on a BOT basis. December 2003 Completion of the Thane Bhiwandi Bypass Phase II. December 2003 Completion of the construction activities in Thane Bhiwandi Bypass BOT project - Phase January 2004 Completion of the construction activities for the funded EPC Contract for the Ratanpur to Himmatnagar Section of NH 8 for 54 kms. May 2004 Emerged as the highest bidder for Mumbai-Pune Expressway project by making upfront payment of Rs. 918 crore to MSRDC for concession rights for a period of 15 years. August 2004 Signing of the concession agreement and financial closure of the Mumbai Pune Expressway project of Rs. 1,181.41 crore. August 2004 Commencement of construction activities of the NH 4 and commencement of toll collection on the Mumbai Pune Expressway. December 10, 2004 Completion of construction activities for the Pune Sholapur BOT project. April 2005 Commencement of construction activities on the O&M on Mumbai-Pune Expressway as BOT operator. July 2005 Signing of the concession agreement with the NHAI for the the four-laning of (a) km 64-000 to km 94-000 and (b) Km 123 to km 153 of the Nagpur-Hyderabad section of NH 7 in the State of Maharashtra. November 2005 Emerged as the highest bidder for the Thane Ghodbunder project by offering a negative grant of Rs. 140.40 crore to the MSRDC for concession rights for a period of 15 years. December 20, 2005 Completion of the construction activities for the Pune-Nashik Project. December 2005 Signing of the concession agreement and financial closure of the Thane Ghodbunder project with financing of Rs.216.60 crore and commencement of toll collection. July 2006 Signing of the concession agreement for the Bharuch Surat project on a BOT basis. September 2006 Commencement of toll collection on Mumbai- Pune NH 4. December 2006 Achieved financial closure of the Bharuch Surat project with financing of Rs. 1,210.95 crore. December 2006 Payment of a negative grant to NHAI of Rs. 504 crore in respect of the Bharuch Surat project. January 2007 Formed a consortium with Deutsche Bank AG, Singapore to jointly pre-qualify for eight packages of four to six laning under NHDP V. February 2007 Awarded the contract by the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation for the construction of Janmarg (Bus Rapid Transport System Project) from Narol Circle to Naroda Patiya in Ahmedabad for a total project cost of Rs. 132.99 crore. April 2007 Balance work of construction of Tapi Bridge amount to Rs. 44.15 crore was awarded as an additional scope of work to Bharuch Surat BOT Project June 2007 Awarded the funded contract by the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation for construction of Janmarg (Bus Rapid Transport System Project) from Pirana-Danilimada-Maninagar-Narol in Ahmedabad for a total project cost of Rs. 78.36 crore. July 2007 Successfully Completed the construction phase of the Thane-Ghodbunder project. September 2007 Granted "pre-qualified" status that entitled the IRB Group to submit request for proposals for certain NHDP Phase V road infrastructure projects; namely, the Chennai-Tada project on NH 5, the Gurgaon - Kotputli - Jaipur project on NH 8, the Surat - Dahisar project on NH 8, the Chilkaluripet - Vijayawada project on NH 5 and the Panipat - Jalandhar project on NH 1. September 2007 Acquisition of shares in IRBPL, IRB Infra, NKT, TGTRPL and MIPL making them wholly-owned Subsidiaries of the Company. November 2007 Submitted bids for the Gurgaon - Kotputli - Jaipur project on NH 8 and the Surat - Dahisar project on NH 8. For further information, see "Business-Our BOT Infrastructure Development Projects - Recent Developments" on page 83 of this Prospectus December 2007 Submitted a bid for a BOT project relating to the Integrated Road Development Program in Kolhapur. January 2008 Company has launch its Initial Public Issue duing 31st January 2008 to 5th February 2008. The issue was oversubscribed by 4.3 times. Issue price thereafter was fixed at Rs. 185/- per share February 2008 Declared as Successful Bidder for the Project of " Six Lanning of Surat - Dahisar section of NH-8 from Km 263.00 to Km 502.00 (Length - 239 Km ) in the state of Gujarat / Maharashtra to be executed as BOT (Toll) basis on DBFO Pattern under NHDP Phase - V" February 2008 Company was listed on Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange on 25th February 2008 February 2008 Declared as Successful Bidder for the project of " Integrated Road Development Programme (IRDP) for Kolhapur City" April 2008 Concession Agreement for 6 - Laning of Surat - Dahisar BOT Project on DBFO pattern has been executed on 30th April 2008 Between National Highways Authority of India and IRB Surat Dahisar Tollway Private Limited at New Delhi 2009 -IRB has emerged as lowest bidder for a Jaipur Tonk Deoli BOT Project of NHAI -IRB wins the CNBC TV 18 Essar Steel Infrastructure Excellence Award -IRB hits a Four !!! emerged as lowest bidder for a Talegaon Amravati BOT Project of NHAI 2010 -The Company have received an official communication from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) by way of a Letter of Award whereby NHAI has accepted Company's Price Bid and has declared the Company as the "Selected Bidder" for the Project of Four Laning of Goal Karnataka Border to Panaji - Goa stretch of NH-4A from Km 84.000 to Km 153.070 in the State of Goa on BOT Toll Basis on DBFO pattern. -IRB Infrastructure Developers has bagged the six-laning of Tumkur-Chitradurga section of NH-4 in the state of Karnataka. 2011 -IRB Infra emerges preferred bidder for Ahmedabad to Vadodara highway project 2012 -IRB Infra has Acquired MVR Infrastructure & Tollways Pvt. Ltd 2013 -IRB Infrastructure Developers wins Rs. 1500 Cr project from Maharashtra Govt 2014 -IRB Infra receives letter of award for MSRDC project -IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd has bagged Rs 2,300 crore road project in Haryana from National Highways Authority of India 2015 -IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd Yedeshi Aurangabad Tollway Pvt. Ltd. wholly-owned Subsidiary of the Company -IRB Infra receives LOA for Agra -Etawah Bypass project -IRB executes agreement with NHAI for six laning project -AE Tollway Private Limited - Wholly-owned Subsidiary of the Company now executed Concession Agreement with NHAI 2016 - IRB Infra bags DBFOT road project in Rajasthan - IRB Infra bags road project from NHAI

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