Muthoottu Mini Financiers NCD June 2020 Review
Muthoottu Mini Financiers is coming up with NCD issue that would open for subscription from 3rd June, 2020. It is issuing secured NCD’s now. The interest rates are as high as 10.5% and yield is as high as 11.02% per annum. It is offering NCDs of 480 days, 24 months, 36 months, 50 months and 85 months tenure. Currently banks are offering low interest rates of 4% to 6.5% and investors might be looking for high interest rate fixed income options. Should you invest in Muthoottu Mini Financiers NCD 2020? What are the risk factors one should consider before investing in such high risk NCDs.
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About Muthoottu Mini Financiers Limited
They are a non-deposit taking systemically important NBFC in the gold loan sector lending money against the pledge of household gold jewelry in the state of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Haryana, Maharashtra, Delhi and Goa and the union territory of Puducherry.
Muthoottu Mini Financiers NCD June 2020 Issue details
Muthoottu Mini Financiers is issuing secured redeemable Non Convertible Debentures (NCD’s) to the tune of Rs 100 Crores with an option to retain another Rs 100 Crores over subscription totaling to Rs 200 Crores. It comes with 7 different options, which contains 480 days, 24 months, 36 months, 50 months, 60 months and 85 months tenure NCDs.
About Muthoottu Mini Financiers June 2020 Secured NCD
They are offering secured NCD’s now in June 2020. The NCDs would constitute secured and senior obligations of the Company and shall be first ranking pari passu with the existing secured creditors on all loans and advances/ book debts/ receivables, both present and future of the Company equal to the value one time of the debentures outstanding plus interest accrued thereon, and subject to any obligations under applicable statutory and/or regulatory requirements.
Issue details of Muthoottu Mini Financiers NCD of June 2020
NCD Issue start date: 3-June-2020
NCD Issue closes on: 26-June-2020
NCD’s are available in 7 different options.
The interest on these NCDs are payable monthly and at maturity depending on the NCD option chosen.
The face value of the NCD bond is Rs 1,000.
Minimum investment is for 10 bonds means, you need to invest for a minimum of Rs 10,000. Beyond this you can invest in multiples of 1 bond.
These NCD bonds would be listed on BSE. Hence, these are liquid investments.
Non-resident Indians (NRI’s) cannot invest in these NCD’s.
CARE has rated these NCDs as BBB-; Stable which indicate that instruments with this rating are considered to have a moderate degree of safety regarding timely servicing of financial obligations and carry a moderate credit risk.
Vivro Financial Services is the lead manager for this issue in 2020.
Download Muthoottu Mini Financiers NCD Prospectus.
Muthoottu Mini Financiers NCD Interest Rates
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How is the company doing in terms of Financials?
Here are the financials in the last 3 years.
1) Its revenues have fallen from Rs 435.4 Crores in FY2017 to Rs 298.1 Crores in FY2019. Its revenues for the half year ended Sep-2019 are at Rs 145 Crores compared to Rs 152 Crores of previous half year ending Sep-2018.
2) It incurred loss of Rs 81 Crores in FY2017 and earned a profit of Rs 20.95 Crores in FY2019. Its revenues for the half year ended Sep-2019 are at Rs 4.7 Crores compared to Rs 12.5 Crores of previous half year ending Sep-2018.
3) Its current gold loan business is around 93.3% of its overall business for the year FY2019.
3) Gross NPA is at 1.84% for the year FY2019. Net NPA is at Rs 1.08% for similar period.
Why to invest?
1) This is a Leading NBFC company in India.
2) Attractive interest rates where one can get 11% yield.
3) It is issuing secured NCDs which are safe to invest compared to other unsecured NCDs.
Why not to invest in Muthoottu Mini Financiers June 2020 NCD?
1) Low credit rating from CARE Ratings as CARE BBB-; Stable.
2) Its revenues and profits are in downtrend in the last few years.
3) Their financial performance is primarily dependent on interest rate risk. If they are unable to manage interest rate risk in the future it could have an adverse effect on their net interest margin, thereby adversely affecting the business and financial condition of the company.
4) Volatility in the market price of gold may adversely affect their financial condition, cash flows and results of operations.
5) You can refer all risk factors in the NCD prospectus.
How to apply these NCDs?
You need to apply these NCDs in demat form. If you have demat account, you can login to your account and go to IPO/NFO/NCD section and apply for the same. You can reach out to any of the lead managers websites to know more details on how to apply them.
How Interest received from these NCDs are taxed?
Since you need to apply through the demat form only, there would not be any TDS deduction on the interest paid on these NCD’s. It is immaterial whether the company would deduct TDS or not, one has to declare the NCD interest as income in their income tax returns and pay income tax based on the individual tax bracket.
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When these NCDs would get listed on BSE?
These NCDs would get listed after 6 working days from the date of closure.
Should you invest in Muthoottu Mini Financiers NCD of June 2020?
They are offering secured NCDs now in this 2020 issue. NCDs offered by them have high interest rates + yield. However the company has low credit rating of BBB-; Stable. Investing in NCDs in NBFC companies is high risk now. You should stay away investing now in NBFC companies that too, which has low credit rating on their NCDs. You can check for some of the quality NCD’s that keep coming to market.
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Muthoottu Mini Financiers NCD June 2020 Issue Review
Could you please make an article on some best liquid funds which can be used instead of FD.
Looks you have not subscribed for email news letter about latest posts. Last week we published this article. https://myinvestmentideas.com/2020/05/top-10-best-liquid-mutual-funds-to-invest-in-2020-in-india/
What is the difference between Liquid funds and Overnight funds? Please suggest any good either of these to invest for a year or so. Thanks.
You can check this article about liquid funds. https://myinvestmentideas.com/2020/05/top-10-best-liquid-mutual-funds-to-invest-in-2020-in-india/
Very good article. Could you please explain effective yield?
Hello Raman, Yield in simple terms is what you get yearly over tenure without compounding. Lets say you are getting Rs 60,000 for 5 years on Rs 12 Lakhs investment post compounding, then yield is 60,000 / 12 Lakhs x 100 = 5%. Yield would be always high compared to interest (which is compounded Qtrly, yearly depending the option)
thank your information K.P. Suresh