Bond Holders

Flexibonds

IDBI Bank had raised resources from retail investors by issue of Flexibonds. Total issues made till FY 2005 were 25 (i.e. IDBI Bond Series I & II, Flexibonds 1-23).

Guidelines for Bond Holders

In terms of the provisions of IDBI (Issue and Management of Bonds) Amendment Regulations, 2002, the requirement for presentation of original bond certificates for release of redemption proceeds were dispensed in respect of redemptions due from FY 2002-03 onwards.

Guidelines for Bond Holders
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Important Documents

Scheme Redemptions

IDBI Bank had redeemed some of the bond schemes by exercise of Call Option prior to normal maturity dates as provided in the respective Offer Documents. For details of such schemes along with few other schemes redeemed on normal maturity dates (requiring submission of bond certificates for payment of redemption proceeds)

OMNI Bonds

OMNI Bonds are being issued by IDBI Bank as per its capital and business requirement. Such bonds are being targeted to institutional investors including Provident & Superannuation Funds.

ISIN-wise outstanding Omni Bond borrowings
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Trustee(s) and Registrar & transfer Agent (RTA) of IDBI Omni Bonds (Debentures)
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Disclosure Document(s) of Recent IDBI Bank Bond(s) / Debenture(s) issuance(s)
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Ongoing Issue
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Agreement with Media Companies
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Disclosures under SEBI (Listing Obligations & Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015
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Newspaper Notice(s) for Redemption of Bond(s) on exercise of Call option
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Change of Registrar & Transfer Agent
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FAQs - Bonds
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For queries related to IDBI Bank Flexi Bonds

  • Investor Grievance Cell

    Tel Number

    022 - 6655 3406 / 3407

  • Customer Care Centre

    Tel Number

    022 - 6619 4206

Mrs. Swapna Thool

Assistant Manager
Unclaimed / Unpaid Bonds

Details of Unpaid Bonds Maturity Transferred to IEPF Authority, Govt. of India

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Details of Unpaid Bonds Maturity not yet due for transfer to IEPF Authority, Govt. of India

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Details of Unclaimed Bonds Maturity , Bonds issued prior to October 01' 2004

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“Investor Education and Protection Fund (IEPF) has been set-up under Section 205C of the Companies Act, 1956 by way of the Companies (Amendment) Act, 1999. As per the Act, the amount pertaining to matured Debentures or Bonds, which have remained unclaimed and unpaid for a period of seven years from the date they became due for payment shall be credited to the IEPF, Govt. of India”. Investor has to approach directly to IEPF Authority, Govt. of India for claiming the refund.