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Jio content material distribution, different promoter cos to dump 19% stake in Hathway Cable, Datacom

The promoter entities of Hathway Cable and Datacom Ltd plan to dump about 19 per cent stake within the firm, entailing 33.79 crore shares at flooring value of 25.25 per fairness share, through inventory alternate route, in line with a regulatory submitting.

The provide on the market of fairness shares of Hathway Cable and Datacom by the promoter entities — Jio Content material Distribution Holdings, Jio Web Distribution Holdings and Jio Cable and Broadband Holdings — is geared toward complying with the minimal public shareholding norms.

“The sellers suggest to promote in mixture as much as 33,79,83,855 fairness shares held by the sellers within the firm, representing 19.09 per cent of the entire issued and paid-up fairness share capital of the corporate…,” in line with a submitting by Hathway Cable and Datacom.

The sale would happen over two buying and selling days. The provide on the market on March 26, 2021, shall be for non-retail traders solely, and on March 30, 2021, for retail traders and people non-retail traders who select to hold ahead their un-allocated bids from the earlier date.

The ground value for the sale has been mounted at 25.25 per fairness share.

The shares are proposed to be offered by means of a separate, designated window of the BSE and the NSE.

In the meantime, promoter entities of Den Networks suggest to promote as much as 5.54 crore fairness shares or 11.63 per cent of the entire issued and paid-up fairness share capital of the corporate on March 26, 2021 and March 30, 2021.

Jio Futuristic Digital Holdings, Jio Digital Distribution Holdings and Jio Tv Distribution Holdings, that are a part of promoter and promoter group, will promote the shares at a flooring value of 48.50 per fairness share.

“The provide is being undertaken by the sellers for attaining the minimal public shareholding within the firm, as prescribed beneath Rule 19(2)(b) and Rule 19A of the Securities and Contract Regulation (Guidelines), 1957 and Regulation 38 of the Securities and Alternate Board of India (Itemizing Obligations and Disclosure Necessities) Rules, 2015,” a separate submitting by Den Networks stated.

The promoter holding in Den stands at 86.5 per cent, whereas for Hathway Cable and Datacom, it’s about 94 per cent.

In August final yr, the federal government notified modifications within the Securities Contracts (Regulation) Guidelines, 1957, offering extra time to listed entities to fulfill standards of minimal public shareholding of 25 per cent.

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