Our Milestones

In a span of 17 years, IDFC has demonstrated unmatched leadership and established itself as a key player in the BFSI segment. With the paradigm shift in 2014, we are all set to provide banking services to a high-growth and rapidly evolving economy.

  • 2014
     

    2014

    Receives Banking License.

    Raises Rs.1000 crores through QIP to bring FII holding below 50% as per stipulated guidelines by RBI for New Bank Licence.

  • 2013
     
     

    2013

    Becomes the first financial institution from India to sign up to the Equator Principles (EP).

    Raises Rs. 4,680 Crore for India Infrastructure Fund-2 and Rs. 750 Crore for the Real Estate Fund.

  • 2012
     
     

    2012

    IDFC Completes 15 years with over 1.5 million investors.

    Launches "In Our Hands" a youth engagement initiative.

    Releases a handbook titled "Evolving Perspectives in the Development OF Indian Economy", encompassing the policy work done in the last 15 years.

    Raises an additional Rs. 1,155 Crore from retail investors through Long Term Infrastructure Bonds - Tranche 2

  • 2011
     
     

    2011

    Raises Rs. 1,451 Crore from 730 K investors through Long Term Infrastructure Bonds - Tranche 1.

    Sets up IDFC Foundation as a Section 25 Company.

    Enters into strategic partnership with Natixis Global Asset Management.

  • 2010
     
     

    2010

    Raises additional capital of Rs. 2,654 Crore through a QIP and Preferential Allotments.

    India's first NBFC to be classified as an Infrastructure Finance Company (IFC) by RBI.

  • 2009
     
     

    2009

    Establishes IDFC Foundation to focus on capacity building, policy advisory and sustainability initiatives.

    Becomes part of Nifty 50.

  • 2008
     
     

    2008

    Raises Rs. 3,160 Crore in its 3rd Private Equity Fund and Rs. 3,837 Crore for the India Infrastructure Fund (Project Equity).

    Enters into asset management by acquiring the AMC business of Standard Chartered Bank in India.

    Forays into investment banking by acquiring controlling stake in SSKI.

  • 2007
     
     

    2007

    Raises additional capital of Rs. 2,100 crore through QIP at Rs. 127 per share.

    Sets up IDFC Project Equity Company Limited, focused on developing India Infrastructure projects.

  • 2006
     
     

    2006

    Raises Rs. 1.988 Crore for our second Infrastructure-focused Private Equity Fund.

  • 2005
     
     

    2005

    Becomes a public company after listing its shares on NSE and BSE

  • 2003
     
     

    2003

    Raises Rs. 844 Crore for the India Developmeny Fund, the first Infrastructure-focused Private Equity Fund.

  • 2002
     
     

    2002

    Sets up IDFC Private Equity as an investment manager for private equity funds.

    Sets up Uttaranchal Infrastructure Development Company Limited (UDEC)

  • 2001
     
     

    2001

    Gets registered with SEBI as a debenture trustee.

    Sets up Infrastructure Development Corporation (Karnataka) Limited (iDeCK).

  • 2000
     
     

    2000

    Gets registered with SEBI as a merchant banker.

  • 1999
     
     

    1999

    Is notified as a Public Financial Institution under Section 4A of the Companies Act.

  • 1997
     
     

    1997

    IDFC is founded on the recommendations of the 'Expert Group on Commercialization of Infrastructure Projects', under the Chairmanship of Dr. Rakesh Mohan. The Group conceptualized the channeliztion of private capital into commercially viable projects.

2015

In a span of 17 years, IDFC has demonstrated unmatched leadership and established itself as a key player in the BFSI segment. With the paradigm shift in 2014, we are all set to provide banking services to a high-growth and rapidly evolving economy.

2014

Receives Banking License.

Raises Rs.1000 crores through QIP to bring FII holding below 50% as per stipulated guidelines by RBI for New Bank Licence.

2013

Becomes the first financial institution from India to sign up to the Equator Principles (EP).
Raises Rs. 4,680 Crore for India Infrastructure Fund-2 and Rs. 750 Crore for the Real Estate Fund.

2012

IDFC Completes 15 years with over 1.5 million investors.

Launches "In Our Hands" a youth engagement initiative.

Releases a handbook titled "Evolving Perspectives in the Development OF Indian Economy", encompassing the policy work done in the last 15 years.

Raises an additional Rs. 1,155 Crore from retail investors through Long Term Infrastructure Bonds - Tranche 2

2011

Raises Rs. 1,451 Crore from 730 K investors through Long Term Infrastructure Bonds - Tranche 1.

Sets up IDFC Foundation as a Section 25 Company.

Enters into strategic partnership with Natixis Global Asset Management.

2010

Raises additional capital of Rs. 2,654 Crore through a QIP and Preferential Allotments.
India's first NBFC to be classified as an Infrastructure Finance Company (IFC) by RBI.

2009

Establishes IDFC Foundation to focus on capacity building, policy advisory and sustainability initiatives.
Becomes part of Nifty 50.

2008

Raises Rs. 3,160 Crore in its 3rd Private Equity Fund and Rs. 3,837 Crore for the India Infrastructure Fund (Project Equity).

Enters into asset management by acquiring the AMC business of Standard Chartered Bank in India.

Forays into investment banking by acquiring controlling stake in SSKI.

2007

Raises additional capital of Rs. 2,100 crore through QIP at Rs. 127 per share.

Sets up IDFC Project Equity Company Limited, focused on developing India Infrastructure projects.

2006

Raises Rs. 1.988 Crore for our second Infrastructure-focused Private Equity Fund.

2005

Becomes a public company after listing its shares on NSE and BSE

2003

Raises Rs. 844 Crore for the India Developmeny Fund, the first Infrastructure-focused Private Equity Fund.

2002

Sets up IDFC Private Equity as an investment manager for private equity funds.

Sets up Uttaranchal Infrastructure Development Company Limited (UDEC)

2001

Gets registered with SEBI as a debenture trustee.
Sets up Infrastructure Development Corporation (Karnataka) Limited (iDeCK).

2000

Gets registered with SEBI as a merchant banker.

1999

Is notified as a Public Financial Institution under Section 4A of the Companies Act.

1997

IDFC is founded on the recommendations of the 'Expert Group on Commercialization of Infrastructure Projects', under the Chairmanship of Dr. Rakesh Mohan. The Group conceptualized the channeliztion of private capital into commercially viable projects.