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Yes Bank Acquires 24% Stake in Dish TV Post Invocation of Pledged Shares

By Manthan Pandit      Jun 02, 2020      0 Comments      1,770 Views
Yes Bank Acquires Stake in Dish TV

Yes Bank Limited recently announced that it has procured more than 24 percent stake in Dish TV India following summon of promised shares due to obligation default by the DTH specialist organization and other gathering firms.

In a regulatory filing, Yes Bank Limited has said that it has acquired 44,53,48,990 equity shares of Dish TV India Limited constituting approximately 24.19 percent of the post-issue paid-up share capital as at 31st March 2020.

It further mentioned that Shares were acquired on the invocation of pledge subsequent to the default/breach of terms of the loan to Dish TV India Limited.

Moreover, Yes Bank said there was default/penetration in terms of credit offices endorsed by it to Essel Business Excellence Services, Essel Corporate Resources, Living Entertainment Enterprises, Last Mile Online, Pan India Network Infravest, RPW Projects Private, Mumbai WTR and Pan India Infraprojects.

Subhash Chandra Group comprises these companies which are mentioned above.

Dish TV is a direct to home (DTH) entertainment service provider. It had a merged all out pay of Rs 6,218.28 crore as on 31st March 2019.

As indicated by sources referred to in an ongoing Economic Times report, the bank may confront inconvenience in recouping its duty to the advertisers of Dish TV considerably after the 24.19 percent stake obtained.

The Yes Bank source in a statement said, “Yes Banks' complete presentation with the Essel Group advertisers was to the tune of Rs 3,000 crore. The bank had over and again requested that they increment the guarantee, however, when they neglected to, it had no other choice yet to summon the promise.

The Dish TV shares were apparently kept as security when the stock was at Seventy-three for every offer, while at present, the offers were exchanging at Rs 4-5 for each offer. 

The source additionally stated, "The credits were given by the loan specialist to the Essel Group advertisers, who obtained assets against their shareholdings in recorded organizations, including Dish TV.

This is not the first run through when Yes Bank has conjured promised shares in an organization. Prior this year in January, the bank had gained a 30 percent stake in Reliance Power's auxiliary Rosa Power Supply Company and 10.25 percent in Sical Logistics through a similar course.

It merits referencing that in a significant improvement a week ago, Yes Bank prime supporter Ashok Kapur's better half, Madhu Kapur and her family Shagun Kapur Gogia and Gaurav Ashok Kapur alongside a Madhu Kapur Group substance Mags Finvest Pvt Ltd will no more be delegated the advertisers of the private bank. 

In an administrative recording, the loan specialist educated that Madhu Kapur Group has assented to rename their shareholding in the bank as 'non-advertisers' or open investors. As of March 31, Madhu Kapur holds more than 14 crores or 1.12 percent offers and Mags Finvest holds at over 3.72 crores or 0.30 percent partakes in the bank.



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