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  1. 1. Larsen and Toubro
  2. 2. Company Background  Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T) is India's largest engineering, construction, manufacturing and technology conglomerate with additional interests in electrical & automation, Information Technology and other diversified business.  L&T has an international presence, with a global spread of offices. A thrust on international business has seen overseas earnings grow significantly. It continues to grow its global footprint, with offices and manufacturing facilities in multiple countries.
  3. 3. Diversification  Construction  Hydrocarbon  Heavy Engineering  Power Projects  Electrical & Automation  Machinery and Industrial Products  IT & Engineering Services  Financial Services  Infrastructure Projects  Ship Building & Railway Projects
  4. 4. Corporate Address  L & T House , Ballard Estate, Mumbai-400001, Maharashtra www.larsentoubro.com
  5. 5. Sources of loan
  6. 6. Long Term Borrowing (Secured) Particular s Secured (Cr) Unsecured (Cr) Interest Maturity Condition s Redeemabl e non convertible Fixed rate debentures 400 9.15 % P.A Annually 10 Year Face Value 10,00,000 Redeemabl e at the face value at the end of 10 year Redeemabl e non convertible Fixed rate debentures 500 11.45 % P.A Annually 10 Year but the company has call option to redeem debenture at the end of 5 year from the date of Face Value 10,00,000 Redeemabl e at the face value at the end of 10 year
  7. 7. Long Term Borrowing(Unsecured)
  8. 8. Short Term Borrowings
  9. 9. Sources of funds  Capital  Reserve & Surplus  Long Term Borrowings/Liabilities  Other long term liabilities  Short Term Borrowings  Current Maturities of Long Term Liabilities
  10. 10. Proportion of Various Sources  Capital (0.31 % )  Reserve & Surplus (75.41 % )  Long Term Borrowings/Liabilities (18.89 %)  Other long term liabilities ( 1.30 % )  Short Term Borrowings ( 1.90 %)  Current Maturities of Long Term Liabilities (2.15 % )
  11. 11. Internal Funding  Internal Funding includes all the funds generated by company from all the internal sources  Basically it includes Reserve and Capital  Reserve and Capital are 29019.64 Cr. and the total funds generated by the company is 72174.21 Cr.  They are depending 40.20% on the internal funding
  12. 12. Dividend Policy  The Directors recommend payment of final dividend of 18.50 per equity share of 2 each on the number of shares outstanding as on the record date. Provision for final dividend has been made in the books of account for 61,53,85,981 equity shares outstanding as at March 31, 2013 amounting to 1138.47 crore.  The Company sends letters to all shareholders whose dividends are unclaimed so as to ensure that they receive their rightful dues.
  13. 13. Contd..  Other income for the year 2012-13 amounted to 1851 crore as against 1338 crore for the previous year. It includes profit of 219 crore on sale of certain surplus properties.  Dividends from Group companies during the year 2012-13 amounted to 585 crore. The short term investments made in low risk securities yielded income at 575 crore for the year
  14. 14. Dividends Declared
  15. 15. Reference  http://www.debtsteps.com/debt-consolidation- loans.html  http://www.larsentoubro.com/lntcorporate/common/ ui_templates/HtmlContainer.aspx?res=P_CORP_CINV _GQUE_AFAQ

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