'A Need Based Finance Is The Best Remedy For Any Enterprise. Less Financing Is Harmful For Business However Excess Financing Is More Harmful For Any Entrepreneur.


1- Identification of Risk and Need of Remediation

A FC makes a review of business process and identifies business risk and financial risks involved.

Remediation work necessary as consequence of feedback from monitoring and testing.

2- Design and Implementation of Control

Design control aimed at mitigating identified risks

Controls are implemented to become part of regular business activities

3- Performance of Control

FC controls as an integral part of day to day operations of not only the company as well as group.

Issues, Non-performance and Identified variances are continuously communicated to the owners for immediate attention and action.

4- Monitoring and Testing

Management review the assessment and control management

Periodic independent controlling reports and assessment effectively performed b y internal operations.

5- Feed Back and Assurance

Assurance and control effectiveness give to internal auditors.

High risk and medium risks issues identified in monitoring and testing process are taken due care.


To explore the best opportunity for investment we cater our services of funding requirement of best projects and projects with best returns.

It is time to work our team to match them correctly and find out best results.

In addition to that we always have best investment opportunities with appropriate liquidity.


An external commercial borrowing(ECB) is an instrument used in India to facilitate the access to foreign money by Indian companies and PSUs

Any money that has been borrowed from foreign sources for financing the commercial activities in India are called External Commercial Borrowings. The Government of India permits ECBs as a source of finance for Indian Corporates for expansion of existing capacity as well as for fresh investment. The ECBs are defined as money borrowed from foreign resources including the following:

  1. Commercial bank loans Buyers’
  2. credit and suppliers’ credit
  3. Securitised instruments such as Floating Rate Notes and Fixed Rate Bonds etc.

Credit from official export credit agencies and commercial borrowings from the private sector window of Multilateral Financial Institutions such as International Finance Corporation (Washington), ADB, AFIC, CDC, etc.

Borrowers can use 25 per cent of the ECB to repay rupee debt and the remaining 75 per cent should be used for new projects. A borrower cannot refinance its entire existing rupee loan through ECB. The money raised through ECB is cheaper given near-zero interest rates in the US and Europe, Indian companies can repay part of their existing expensive loans from that.

Features Of The Policy:

ECBs have been introduced through the Policy to provide a source of finance to Indian Corporate for expansion of existing capacities and also for fresh investments

The Policy gives greater priority for projects in Infrastructure, Power, Oil Exploration, Telecom, Railways, Roads & Bridges, Ports, Industrial Parks and Urban Infrastructure and Export Sectors.

Through sub-lending against ECB approvals allowed under the Policy.

The two routes to access this facility of ECB are:

  1. Automatic Route and
  2. Approval Route.

This, together with a strong sense of commitment, has been instrumental in establishing strong business relationships with reputed corporate houses and business groups.

Automatic Route

ECB for investment in real sector -industrial sector, especially infrastructure sector-in India, will be under Automatic Route, i.e. will not require RBI/Government approval.

In case of doubt as regards eligibility to access Automatic Route, applicants may take recourse to the Approval Route.


Eligible Borrowers

Corporates registered under the Companies Act except financial intermediaries (such as banks, financial institutions (FIs), housing finance companies and NBFCs) are eligible. Individuals, Trusts and Non-Profit making Organizations are not eligible to raise ECB.

Amount And Maturity

  • ECB up to USD 20 million or equivalent with minimum average maturity of three years.
  • ECB above USD 20 million and up to USD 500 million or equivalent with minimum average maturity of five years
  • The maximum amount of ECB which can be raised by an eligible borrower under the Automatic Route is USD 500 million during a financial year.
  • ECB up to USD 20 million can have call/put option provided the minimum average maturity of 3 years is complied before exercising call/put option.


  • ECB can be raised only for investment (such as import of capital goods, new projects, and modernization/expansion of existing production units) in real sector - industrial sector including small and medium enterprises (SME) and infrastructure sector - in India. Infrastructure sector is defined as
    • Power,Telecommunication
    • - Railways
    • - Road including bridges
    • - Ports
    • - Industrial parks and
    • - Urban infrastructure (water supply, sanitation and sewage projects);
  • ECB proceeds can be utilized for overseas direct investment in Joint Ventures (JV)/Wholly Owned Subsidiaries (WOS) subject to the existing guidelines on Indian Direct Investment in JV/WOS abroad.
  • Utilization of ECB proceeds is permitted in the first stage acquisition of shares in the disinvestment process and also in the mandatory second stage offer to the public under the Government’s disinvestment programme of PSU shares.
  • Utilization of ECB proceeds is not permitted for on-lending or investment in capital market by corporate
  • Utilization of ECB proceeds is not permitted in real estate. The term ‘real estate’ excludes development of integrated township as defined by Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Department of Industrial Policy
  • End-uses of ECB for working capital, general corporate purpose and repayment of existing Rupee loans are not permitted.


Prepayment of ECB up to USD 100 million is permitted without prior approval of RBI, subject to compliance with the stipulated minimum average maturity period as applicable for the loan.


Borrower may enter into loan agreement with recognized overseas lender for raising ECB under Automatic Route without prior approval of RBI. The borrower may note to comply with the reporting arrangement under paragraph 2(C) (i). The primary responsibility to ensure that ECB raised / utilized are in conformity with the ECB guidelines and the Reserve Bank regulations/directions/circulars is that of the concerned borrower.


The financing of long-term infrastructure, industrial projects and public services based upon a non-recourse or limited recourse financial structure where project debt and equity used to finance the project are paid back from the cash flow generated by the project.

As many existing companies look to expand their business and their manufacturing facilities. The basic choices in financial options are "off-balance sheet" or "limited recourse" financings.

  • This is done through
    • = Traditional Project Finance Model
      • = Term loan
      • = Working capital
      • = Bridge loan\
    • = Industrial Revenue Bonds Financing
      • = CDR
      • = CP
      • = Equity Investment
    • = Equipment and Structural Funding

EEC has well experienced learn of professionals in counselling clients in evaluating structures to accomplish the desired goal. This experience in structured finance for industrial companies is an integral part of our finance practice.

  • Micro , Small Medium Level Enterpreuns at Stage of Enterprises
    • = Initial
    • = On the trot
    • = Expansion or
    • = Crunch

are in need of Financial and legal support , EEC Please provide Complete Finance Support and legal guidance with support to run this enterprises & monthly.

We cater our services to provided venture capital these enterprises .


Venture capital is money provided by professionals who invest alongside management companies that have the potential to develop into significant economic contributors. Venture capital funding may be by way of investment in the equity of the new enterprise or by way of debt or a combination of both, though equity is the most preferred route.

Venture capitalists generally provide finance for promising start-ups. However, they also invest in companies at various stages of the business life cycle viz.

Various Stages Of Investment

Seed Investing

Invest before there is a real product or company organized

Early stage investing

Provide capital to start up a company in its first or second stages of development

Expansion stage financing

Provide needed financing to help a company grow beyond a critical mass to become more successful

Later stage investing

Providing financing to help the company grow to a critical mass to attract public financing through a stock offering

Acquisition, turnaround or recapitalization

Of public and private companies that represent favorable investment opportunities.

Types Of Firms

Private independent firm

An independent venture firm that has no affiliations with any other financial institution

Affiliates or subsidiaries

Of a commercial bank, investment bank or insurance company and make investments on behalf of outside investors or the parent firm's clients.

Direct investors or corporate venture investors

Subsidiaries of non-financial, industrial corporations making investments on behalf of the parent itself

It is ultimately the quality, experience and work ethic of the investment professional you have chosen that will define the experience and -- we believe -- lead to the optimal outcome.

We don't believe there is a better team than ours when it comes to choosing a partner to work with.

All members of our investment team have had significant operating experience before becoming venture capitalists. Many of us have been founders and entrepreneurs ourselves. We understand the challenges our entrepreneurs face, and we're not afraid to roll up our sleeves and do whatever it takes to help out.

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We acquire/hold prime valuable properties at minimum cost which can be provided to our corporate clients for the purpose of opening of their own ventures/ office or investment for best returns or regular income.

About EEC

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