According to the data, as many as five firms -- Muthoottu Mini Financiers and Muthoot Fincorp, Kosamattam Finance, KLM Axiva Finvest and Sakthi Finance -- have mopped-up funds totalling Rs 882 crore through retail issuance of NCDs in the current fiscal till July 13.
Individually, Kosamattam Finance raised Rs 297 crore as against a target of Rs 150 crore.
While, Muthoottu Mini Financiers mopped up Rs 198 crore, Muthoot Fincorp raked in Rs 160 crore, KLM Axiva Finvest raised Rs 124 crore and Sakthi Finance garnered Rs 102 crore.
In the entire fiscal 2019-20, companies had raised Rs 14,984 crore.
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