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CDC Group plc, the UK owned development finance institution, will make an investment of about crore in India Infoline Finance. The proposed investment is by way of compulsorily convertible preference shares, which on conversion will result in about 15 per cent equity stake for CDC in IIFL Finance on a fully diluted basis.

investment will help IIFL Group expand the financing business and address the capital needs of under served segments through diversified offerings, said a press statement.

IIFL Finance, a subsidiary of IIFL Holdings, is a non banking financial company engaged in the business of home and property loans, gold loans, commercial vehicle finance, healthcare finance, loan against securities and SME business loans.

For the financial year ended March 31, 2016, IIFL Finance loan book stood at crore and net profit at crore.

Nirmal Jain, Founder, IIFL Group, said was the first private equity investor in IIFL during our start up phase in 1999. wholesale nfl jerseys We are excited to have them back as a partner. IIFL strategy of focussing on small ticket retail credit to under served geographies and segments resonates with CDC investment objectives.

Srinivasan Nagarajan, Head South Asia, CDC, said, investment will help IIFL Finance grow further, with a particular focus on affordable housing and micro and SME financing. Our ability to provide long term capital means we can provide IIFL Finance with the patient backing it needs to reach even more customers in under served sectors.

In July 2015, billionaire investor Prem Watsa increased his stake to 40 per cent from 14 per cent in IIFL Holdings by investing crore. In October, General Atlantic Singapore Fund Pte picked up 21.61 per cent in IIFL Wealth Management for crore.

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While there are many dreaded commutes, such as those that cross the Phoenix area, the trip between Phoenix and Tucson always has gained a reputation for being especially tedious.

The 100 plus miles on I 10, which is mostly two lanes in each direction, is largely devoid of scenery. It’s the most heavily traveled non metropolitan stretch of freeway in the state.

Commuters say the trip gets more stressful and expensive every year. Traffic is increasing, and vehicles are traveling at 75 mph or faster. Gasoline prices continue to hover near $3 a gallon. And the major widening project has closed the main freeway ramps leading to Tucson’s downtown and the University of Arizona for the next 2 1/2 years.

Commuters say they don’t want to give up their homes, or it’s too hard to sell a home today; they don’t want to relocate their family; or their job requires regular trips back and forth.

A common theme: Tucson is a nicer place to live, but you can earn more money working in the Phoenix area.

Also, growth between the two major metropolitan areas makes commuting more likely. A resident who lived on the outskirts of Marana, north of Tucson, almost might be able to get to a job in south Tempe in an hour, about the same time it might take an Intel worker who lived in Surprise to get to south Chandler.

Glenn Merrell, a Tucson information technology worker who commutes daily to his job in Tempe and is away from home about 12 hours a day, figures he earns about 30 percent more by working in Maricopa County than in Pima County. He said Tucson has a nice “small town feel.”

The commute well, that’s another story.

“You got to have a good cellphone plan,” he said. “A whole bunch of us are crazy people for wanting to make that commute.”

John McDaniel, a Scottsdale biotechnology salesman who has been driving two or three times a week to Tucson for six years, said, “I kind of equate it to a NASCAR race. The competition between cars and truckers makes it stressful.”

Some of those workers say they can take the tedium for only so long. They break down and rent apartments, or stay in hotels in the city they work in and go home on Thursday or Friday nights.

Traffic has grown dramatically, in part because of population growth in Pinal County. This stretch of I 10 is also a major truck route from Los Angeles and Mexico.

The freeway carries about 169,000 vehicles daily in the downtown Tucson area, about 50,000 vehicles a day near Casa Grande, and about 253,000 on the Broadway Curve at the Tempe Phoenix border, according to 2006 Arizona Department of Transportation counts.

Daily traffic counts at Pecos Road and I 10 in Chandler rose 40 percent from 72,900 in 2003 to 102,000 in 2006, ADOT said. Traffic at Ina Road in north Tucson jumped 20 percent, from 87,200 to 105,000, in the same time.

The Maricopa and Pima Associations of Governments want to get better numbers on how many motorists travel between the urban areas. In the fall, they plan to conduct a 48 hour survey using cameras at 17 locations in the Phoenix and Tucson areas that will snap pictures of license plates.

Then they can determine how many vehicles end up in each area and how many pass through, said Aichong Sun, the new manager of the Pima Association of Governments’ traffic demand modeling office.

“It’s kind of interesting because nobody knows how many people commute daily between Phoenix and Tucson,” he said.

Some workers are based in Phoenix or Tucson but must drive to the other metro area as part of their jobs.

Emergency Restoration Experts, a Chandler company that cleans up after fires, water damage and other situations, has two or three employees commuting daily between the company’s offices in Chandler and Tucson, said Penni Leiser, finance and marketing director. Leiser, a Chandler resident, goes at least once a week to Tucson, usually on Thursdays, and starts dreading it on Wednesdays.

“One day I was so busy because I had a report to work on and some contracts I had to read. So the company literally paid one of my administrative people to drive me down to Tucson so I could work on the hour and 45 minutes down and hour and 45 minutes back,” she said.

A number of commuters interviewed said that even though they drive long distances and gas is expensive, they still prefer to drive less economical SUVs.

Lee Dueringer, a Scottsdale resident who works for the Arizona Cancer Center at the University of Arizona in Tucson, considers a big vehicle safer for his trips once or twice a week to Tucson. He is associate director of development for major gifts and lives in Scottsdale because more large donors live in the Phoenix area.

“It can be a pretty fast drive because everybody is going at least 75 or 85 miles an hour,” he said. “One thing I learned early on is you got to have a good powerful vehicle. http://www.cheapnfljerseysonlineus.top My safety and being able to get out of the way of somebody is more important to me than the gas mileage.”

Once they settle in and decide there’s nothing to do but commute, the next question these road warriors have to decide is what to do for three hours or more a day while traveling.

They listen to the radio, music CDs and audiobooks, make phone calls or study the habits of other drivers.

McDaniel saves up phone calls for his return trip, using a hands free phone.

“Usually I don’t get a chance to listen to the radio because I am exclusively on the phone,” he said. “I am trying to spin a positive, and the good side is that in an hour and 45 minute trip I get a lot done telephonically that I normally might be doing at home.”

Doug Jones, a financial representative for Northwestern Mutual who commutes at least two days a week to Tucson, listens to professional enrichment tapes.

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