Throwing a lifeline to India’s leading wind turbine maker and debt-ridden Suzlon Energy, lenders to the company have finalised a resolution plan. They hope to conclude the process by the month end, which is also the deadline for the resolution. Sources said barring one bank, all lenders are ready to convert more than 50 per cent of the total debt into new debt.
The remaining will be haircut taken by the lenders or unsustainable debt. State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank (PNB), Union Bank and Bank of Baroda are major lenders to the company. Of this, Read More