PPrivate lender Kotak Mahindra Bank has filed a writ petition with the Bombay High Court after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) turned down the bank’s proposal to reduce promoter stake by issuing perpetual non-convertible preference shares (PNCPs).
Industry captains Anand Mahindra and Uday Kotak on Thursday came out against “proliferation” of regulations in business, stating that in the current environment they are forced to follow the rules in letter and not in spirit. The comments come days after industry veteran Rahul Bajaj expressed his displeasure on laws made by Sebi and corporate affairs ministry in the wake of fleeing defaulters.
Private sector lender Kotak Mahindra Bank on Wednesday reported a rise of 21.3 per cent in its consolidated net profit to Rs 1,747.37 crore in the second quarter ended September this fiscal. The bank had posted Rs 1,440.68 crore net profit in the July-September period of 2017-18.
Kotak realty fund (KRF) has received commitments worth a significant amount from marquee investors over and above the Rs 2,300 crore it has raised as part of its two new funds, chief executive officer (CEO) Vikas Chimakurthy told FE in an interaction on Tuesday. KRF has already deployed part of the funds and has ample liquidity that is yet to be deployed.
Kotak Mahindra Life Insurance Company Saturday said it has rolled out three mobile medical vans under the corporate social responsibility initiative ‘Life First’, in association with Wockhardt Foundation. As part of the agreement, three medical vans which act as primary health care centres on wheels would be managed by the Wockhardt Foundation, a press release said.
The stock of Kotak Mahindra Bank declined 3.62% on Thursday to hit a three-month low of Rs 1,244.90 on Thursday on the BSE after the lender said the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had rejected its proposal to issue non-convertible preference shares to reduce promoter holding. During the day, it plunged 3.82% to Rs 1,242.25. On NSE, shares of the company slumped 3.71% to close at Rs 1,245.
Shares of Uday Kotak-run Kotak Mahindra Bank tanked by nearly 3.5% on Thursday, after India’s apex bank RBI notified on Tuesday that the bank’s preferential issue does not meet its dilution norms. Under RBI’s current norms, Founder and Promoter Uday Kotak was required to reduce his stake in the bank to 20% by December 2018 and 15% by March 2020.
Kotak Mahindra Bank on Friday raised the issue of financial creditors suffering due to the huge haircut proposed in the resolution plan submitted by the Reliance Industries-JM Financial ARC combine for Alok Industries at the National Company Law Tribunal’s (NCLT) Ahmedabad bench. The tribunal will hear all the cases related to Alok Industries on September 6 and 7.
Promoters of Kotak Mahindra Bank, led by MD & CEO Uday Kotak, reduced their stake in the private sector lender to 19.7 per cent after the bank issued preference shares worth Rs 5 billion to investors. Before the issue, promoters held 30.03 per cent in the bank.
The bank issued one billion non-convertible perpetual non-cumulative preference shares (PNCPS) of a face value of Rs 5 each to investors on Thursday.
New Delhi: Kotak Mahindra Bank will raise up to 500 crore by issuing preference shares on a private placement basis.
The non-convertible preference shares (NCPS) issuance committee of the board of directors of the bank on Wednesday resolved to approved the issue of perpetual non-cumulative preference shares on a private placement basis aggregating to an issue size of up to 500 crore, Kotak Mahindra Bank said in a regulatory filing.
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