Tata Motors - Speed Breakers Galore
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To finance the acquisition of JLR, Tata Motors took a bridge loan of US$ 3 billion. To refinance bridge loan, Tata Motors came out with two rights issues. When the rights issues were opened in September-October 2008, the share price of Tata Motors fell drastically, and the rights issue had to be bailed out by the promoters of the company. Then Tata Motors called for deposits from public and issued non-convertible debentures. However, as of May 2009, Tata Motors was yet to refinance US$ 1 billion of the bridge loan. With the global economic slowdown hampering the growth of global automobile industry, Tata Motors had a tough task ahead to bring JLR back on the growth track.
» Analyze the problems faced by Tata Motors and suggest probable solutions.
Tata Motors Limited, Jaguar and Land Rover, Global Financial Crisis, Subprime Crisis, Rights Issue, Bridge Loan, Debt Management, Macroeconomic Environment, Merger and Acquisition, Refinancing Debt, Non-convertible debentures, Fixed Deposit Schemes, Credit Availability, Financing Issues, Working Capital Requirement, Private Placement, Nano, Global Recession, Global Automobile Industry
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