Yes Bank crisis: IDFC First to invest Rs 250 cr in cash-strapped private lender to acquire 25 cr shares
IDFC First Bank on Sunday said it will make an equity investment of Rs 250 crore in beleaguered Yes Bank to acquire 25 crore equity shares
New Delhi: IDFC First Bank on Sunday said it will make an equity investment of Rs 250 crore in beleaguered Yes Bank to acquire 25 crore equity shares.
"...duly authorized committee of the Board of Directors of IDFC FIRST Bank Ltd had at its meeting held on 14 March, 2020 accorded approval for an equity investment of upto Rs 250 crores comprising upto 25 crore equity shares at a price of Rs 10 each and face value of Rs 2 each, under the proposed Scheme of Reconstruction of Yes Bank Ltd under the Banking Regulation Act, 1949, subject to regulatory and government approval(s), if any," the bank said in a BSE filing.
Earlier on Saturday, Federal Bank had committed to investing Rs 300 crore in Yes Bank for subscription of its 30 crore shares.
The Centre on Saturday notified the Yes Bank Limited Reconstruction Scheme, 2020, a day after the Union Cabinet approved a reconstruction plan proposed by the RBI for bailing out fund-starved Yes Bank.
The authorised capital of Yes Bank has been increased to Rs 6,200 crore, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Friday.
As per the reconstruction scheme, a moratorium on the troubled lender will be lifted on 18 March.
Under the plan, state-run SBI will infuse Rs 7,250 crore in the crisis-ridden bank and take 49 percent equity.
As per the rescue plan, ICICI Bank will invest Rs 1,000 crore, mortgage lender HDFC Rs 1,000 crore, Axis Bank Rs 600 crore, Kotak Mahindra Bank Rs 500 crore, Bandhan Bank and Federal Bank Rs 300 crore each.
There will be a three year lock-in period for all the investors. However, the lock-in period for SBI would be only for 26 percent of shareholding. It would be 75 percent in case of other investors.
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According to data by the Reserve Bank of India, private banks account for over half the flow of remittances, at 52.8 percent.
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