Jaiprakash Associates Ltd and its mutual funds will switch 189 million shares to ICICI Financial institution Ltd as a part of a debt settlement, a regulatory submitting mentioned on Tuesday (November 14).
Consideration of switch will rely upon the day prior to this’s closing value on the Nationwide Inventory Change (NSE), as talked about within the notification submitted to the exchanges, the assertion added.
The inventory has risen over 140 per cent within the final three months, reaching Rs 19.35 per share on November 13 from Rs 8 on August 22.
At present, JP Associates owes round Rs 29,000 crore to main lenders like State Financial institution of India (SBI), ICICI Financial institution and IDBI. In October, JP Associates Financial institution and ICICI Financial institution had been negotiating a mortgage restructuring plan.
In line with a report by The Financial Instances (ET), Jaiprakash Associates plans to settle debt price Rs 10,000 crore inside two years, pending lender approval of its debt restructuring plan and liberating Rs 600 crore from blocked banking limits. The corporate intends to liberalize limits, preserve operations and repair debt to repay principal in 2037.
Jaypee Group’s debt-laden flagship, which operates within the lodge, actual property and building sectors, has acquired funds from 34 banks. Though the debt restructuring plan has already been permitted, ICICI Financial institution and SBI have halted its implementation by referring the matter to the Nationwide Firm Regulation Tribunal (NCLT) and looking for insolvency proceedings in opposition to the corporate, the report added.
First revealed: November 14, 2023 | 4:23 pm he
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