Airtel’s board approves raising funds of up to ₹21,000 crore
Airtel's board on Sunday approved up to ₹21,000 crore rights issue, according to a regulatory filing.
- The Board, which met to consider the company's capital raising plans, cleared rights issue price of ₹535 per fully paid-up equity share, including a premium of ₹530 per equity share.
- The rights entitlement ratio entails 1 equity share for every 14 equity shares held by eligible
shareholdersas on the record date.
In a BSE filing, Airtel said that the "board approved the issuance of equity shares of face value of ₹5 each of the company on rights basis to eligible
The rights entitlement ratio entails 1 equity share for every 14 equity shares held by eligible shareholders as on the record date.
The terms of payment of issue price, envisage 25 per cent on application and balance in two more additional calls as may be decided by the Board or committee of the Board based on the company's requirements within an overall time-horizon of 36 months, Airtel said.
"The promoter and promoter group of the company would collectively subscribe to the full extent of their aggregate rights entitlement," it said adding "they will also subscribe to any unsubscribed shares in the issue".
The board has constituted a 'Special Committee of Directors' to decide the other terms and conditions of the issue including issue period and the record date.
The Board of Directors at the meeting reviewed the industry scenario, business environment, financial and business strategy of the company and approved the the plan to raise further capital, Airtel said.
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