ICICI Bank raises $88 million via Japanese `Pro-bonds'

MUMBAI: ICICI Bank, India’s largest private lender, has raised 10 billion Japanese yen ($88 million) by selling a new series of bonds known as pro-bonds, the first issue of its kind by an Indian company. The bank’s committee of executive directors, at its …
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