Three Future Group companies report payment defaults – Times of India


NEW DELHI: Three listed entities of debt-ridden Future Group — Future Enterprises, Future Shopper and Future Way of life Fashions — on Friday reported defaulting on their cost obligation in direction of their consortium of lenders underneath a one-time decision (OTR) plan.
Future Way of life Fashions Ltd (FLFL), in a regulatory submitting, reported a default of Rs 335.08 crore on the principal quantity.
The due date was June 30, 2022.
The principal quantity consists of — Rs 3.27 crore time period mortgage, Rs 72.25 crore for a working capital time period mortgage, Rs 51.46 crore for funded curiosity time period loans and Rs 208.10 crore for buy payments discounting.
Nonetheless “curiosity due and payable on the above amenities has been paid as much as 30 June 2022”, mentioned FLFL, the flagship style enterprise of the Future Group.
FLFL has in-house retail chains Central and Model Manufacturing facility, unique model shops (EBOs) and multi-brand shops (MBOs) of almost a dozen attire labels in its portfolio.
Future Enterprises Restricted (FEL) has knowledgeable the exchanges a few default of Rs 126.13 crore on “compensation of Principal quantity of NCD underneath OTR”. The due date was June 30, 2022.
This features a principal quantity of Rs 98.35 crore and Rs 27.78 crore for compensation of time period mortgage.
FEL had “to pay an combination quantity of Rs 126.13 crore (Obligations) (as outlined within the OTR Plan) to varied banks and lenders (who’re events to the Settlement underneath OTR Plan) on June 30, 2022 (due date),” mentioned FEL.
A number of Future Group companies had entered into OTR plans with their consortium of banks as per phrases of a round issued by the RBI on August 6, 2020.
Equally, Future Shopper Ltd (FCL) reported a default of Rs 17.2 crore, which features a principal quantity of Rs 15.3 crore and curiosity of Rs 1.9 crore.
The entire quantity of excellent borrowings of the corporate from banks and monetary establishments is Rs 447.8 crore, mentioned FCL, which is within the enterprise of producing, branding and distributing FMCG meals and processed meals merchandise.
FEL had not too long ago disposed of a part of its funding in its normal insurance coverage three way partnership for a complete consideration of Rs 1,266.07 crore.
“The… proceeds have been immediately deposited in Belief and Retention Account of the Firm, maintained with Central Financial institution of India on 05 Might, 2022,” mentioned FEL.
The proceeds have been appropriated by the lender banks in a specified ratio as agreed between all of them.
“Nonetheless, because the mentioned distribution ratio isn’t communicated to the Firm, it isn’t potential for the Firm to present the factual data of restoration of principal and curiosity quantity appropriated and current excellent balances,” FEL added.
All three corporations had been a part of the 19 group companies working in retail, wholesale, logistics and warehousing segments, which had been imagined to be transferred to Reliance Retail as a part of a Rs 24,713 crore deal introduced in August 2020.
The deal was known as off by the billionaire Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries Ltd in April.


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