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|Section and Group reference: Group 8 |Name: Karan Singh |
|Company Name & Address |HINDUSTAN COPPER LIMITED |
| |“Tamra Bhawan”, 1, Ashutosh Chowdhury Avenue,Kolkata-700 019 |
|Activities, % profit |India’s only vertically integrated Copper producing company encompassing mining ,beneficiation, smelting, |
|contributed |refining and casting of refined copper metal. |
| |CC Wire Rod-25.29%, Cathode- 7.66%, Metal in Concentrate- 67.05% |
|Ownership / Group / Key |President of India-89.95%,Insurance Companies-5.91%,Financial Institutions/Banks-1.16%, Indian Public-1.91% |
|directors |Sh. K D Diwan (CMD), Sh. Anupam Anand- Director(Personnel), Sh. S Nanda- Director (Operation), Sh. V.V |
| |Venugopal Rao- Director (Finance), |
| |Ms. Sujata Prasad (Nominee Director), Ms. Bulbul Sen (Independent Director) |
|I-Risk Rating |CY: A PY: N.A |External Rating |Fund Based- AA+ (ICRA) |
| | | |Non-Fund Based- A1+(ICRA) |

|Proposed Arrangement/share (%) |Sole/ Multiple/Consortium ( 14.8 %)…...

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