LIC cuts 2% stake in Axis Bank to 10.2% through open market transaction

With the sale of these shares, the stake of LIC in Axis Bank has now come down to 10.2 percent from 12.21 percent earlier

Press Trust of India June 25, 2019 09:39:52 IST
LIC cuts 2% stake in Axis Bank to 10.2% through open market transaction
  • With the sale of these shares, stake of LIC in Axis Bank has now come down to 10.2 percent from 12.21 percent earlier

  • LIC sold 5,25,06,202 shares through open market

  • The total sale value could not be ascertained as the insurer sold the shares over a period of time.

Mumbai: State-owned LIC has sold over 5.25 crore shares, representing about 2 percent stake, of Axis Bank through open market transaction.

With the sale of these shares, stake of LIC (Life Insurance Corporation of India) in the private sector bank has now come down to 10.2 percent from 12.21 percent earlier, as per the BSE filing by Axis Bank.

LIC cuts 2 stake in Axis Bank to 102 through open market transaction

Logo of Axis Bank . Reuters

LIC sold 5,25,06,202 shares through open market, the filing said without disclosing the sale value.

The total sale value could not be ascertained as the insurer sold the shares over a period of time.

The bank's shares closed at Rs 762.85, a piece on BSE, down 1.18 percent.

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