MUMBAI: Shares of Bandhan Bank slumped above 9% on Monday right after a enormous block offer which observed 345.6 million shares changing fingers in bunched trade, Bloomberg claimed. It touched a low of ₹313.10 on BSE in the session so significantly.
Though the aspects of the purchasers and sellers had been not recognized, the bank’s promoter Bandhan Money Holdings, which presently owns a 60.95% stake in the bank, was expected to offer up to 337.40 million shares via a block deal right now to lessen its stake in the bank to fulfill regulatory norms.
At 9.40am, the inventory was buying and selling at ₹316.70 on BSE, down 8.41% from its former close.
Earlier, Mint described that the bank’s shares will be made available at a floor of ₹311.1 every, which will raise $1.40 billion, in accordance to the terms.
Credit Suisse Securities (India) Non-public Limited, J.P. Morgan India Personal Restricted, Goldman Sachs (India) Securities Private Restricted and JM Economical Institutional Securities Restricted are joint bookrunners for the offer.
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