Power Finance Corporation Ltd. (PFC), a Navratna Company providing financial assistance to the various entities in the power sector has consistently been rated as ‘Excellent’ by the Government of India in the achievement of its MOU targets. PFC is geared up to meet the challenges faced by the Power Sector. In order to augment manpower resources, PFC is looking for a dynamic, committed and self-motivated professionals for its Legal & Documentation unit:
Graduation in any discipline with LLB (3 years) from a recognized university with a minimum of 55% marks. OR 5-year Integrated Law Course with a minimum of 55% marks
Minimum one-year post qualification experience as Officer in the Legal Department of a Scheduled Commercial Bank/ Financial Institution
Preference: Having experience in conveyancing, drafting of financing and security documents, guarantees and contracts, Land/Corporate due diligence, company laws, transfer of property and contracts, RDDBFI Act, SARFAESI Act, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code. Candidates having experience in Documentation involved in sole lending/consortium funding of large infrastructure projects in power sector Organizations and recovery cases in such funding shall be given preference.
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About the Company:
PFC is under the administrative control of the Ministry of Power. PFC has conferred the title of a ‘Navratna CPSE’ in June 2007 and was classified as an Infrastructure Finance Company by the RBI on 28th July 2010.
PFC plays a crucial role in the rise of India as a global player. Increasingly, a country’s development is gauged by measuring its energy usage. With a large fraction of our nation still, unfortunately, without any access to electricity, PFC will become an increasingly important factor in the years to come.
Our shareholders and clients place their full faith in our ability to deliver unbeatable results. Despite the hardships played by the power and financial sectors, PFC continues to maintain a healthy loan book, as well as low levels of NPAs. This is thanks to PFC’s robust evaluation and appraisal processes.