GVK Group co to acquire 12 cr shares in Mumbai International Airport for Rs 924 cr
GVK Power & Infrastructure on Friday said its step-down subsidiary GVK Airport Holdings will acquire 12 crore shares of Mumbai International Airport (MIAL) for Rs 924 crore from ACSA Global
12 crore shares constitutes 10 percent of total paid-up share capital of MIAL
With this stake buy, GVK Group's shareholding in MIAL will increase to 74 percent from the existing 50.5 percent
GVK Group had purchased 13.5 percent stake from Bidvest
New Delhi: GVK Power & Infrastructure on Friday said its step-down subsidiary GVK Airport Holdings will acquire 12 crore shares of Mumbai International Airport (MIAL) for Rs 924 crore from ACSA Global.
After completion of this 10 percent stake buy from ACSA along with the earlier purchase of 13.5 percent from Bidvest, GVK Group's shareholding in MIAL will increase to 74 percent from the existing 50.5 percent, a company statement said.
"GVK Airport Holdings Ltd...has exercised it right, under Right of First Refusal in terms of the Shareholders Agreement dated 4 April, 2006....to acquire 12 crore equity shares of MIAL, constituting 10 percent of the total paid-up share capital of MIAL, from ACSA at the rate of Rs 77 per share," it added.
Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Get technology news, gadgets reviews & ratings. Popular gadgets including laptop, tablet and mobile specifications, features, prices, comparison.
Adani Group makes offer to buyout 23.5% stake in Mumbai airport as South African partners in JV keen to exit
Adani Group has also bid to operate six non-metro airports that are currently under AAI's management.
A CEO of a US-based company has been arrested for allegedly making a hoax bomb call at the Mumbai Airport after apparently being miffed over flight delays.
Narendra Modi lays foundation stone of Navi Mumbai airport, says aviation sector set to soar in India
While laying the foundation of Navi Mumbai international airport in Mumbai on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, "This is the first time that a greenfield project has been undertaken in the aviation sector", media reports said.