Here are the key decisions taken and issues discussed at the SEBI board meeting.
Vodafone Idea Ltd, India's largest telecommunication company by subscribers, on Wednesday approved terms for its rights issue worth 250 billion rupees ($3.63 billion).
Jet Airways' rights issue size is 1.5 time its current market capitalisation
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The company's board meeting will be held on April 11, to consider and approve the standalone and consolidated audited financial results for the quarter and financial year ended March 31, 2017.
The board of the company approved further issuance of equity shares of Rs 10 each on rights basis to existing shareholders to raise up to Rs 175 crore, Zenotech Laboratories said in a filing to BSE.
Giving details of its annual general meeting, the bank further said it has also plans to raise Basel-III complaint additional tier-I bonds up to Rs 1,000 crore and tier-II bonds up to Rs 1,600 crore.
State-owned United Bank of India on June 29 said it plans to raise Rs 1,000 crore through issuance of equity to qualified institutional buyers (QIBs)
Government owned Central Bank of India on June 8 said it proposes to raise up to Rs 3,000 crore from the public, including the rights issue
The company has posted a net loss of Rs 119.84 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 2016 due to rise in bad loans.
The company's Board of Directors have considered and approved the "raising of funds by way of offer and issue of equity shares to the existing shareholders of the company on a rights basis", Zenotech Laboratories said in a filing to BSE.
Capital markets watchdog SEBI has given clearance to Crest Ventures, non-banking financial company, for raising funds through rights issue.
The rights issue will begin on March 28 and close on April 11, as per the information available with capital markets regulator Sebi.
SBI plans to raise this money via a rights issue as well as through qualified institutional placement (QIP) and follow on public offer (FPO).
The Rs 740 crore rights issue of IL&FS Transportation Networks will open on October 15 and the proceeds will be utilised mainly for repaying loans.
The company‘s Managing Director, R Vasudevan, told CNBC-TV18 that Tamla Chemical, owned by Vallabh Bhansali, bought 1.17 crore shares in the company.
"The share issue was over-subscribed by 1.21 times and Tata Motors collected an amount of Rs 9,040.56 crore on applications," the company said in a statement.
On the positive side, the USD 1.2 billion cash inflow will drive a meaningful improvement in Tata‘s stretched India balance sheet with a sharp fall in D/E (debt equity ratio) and a better interest coverage ratio, says CLSA
The rights issue will open on March 25 and close on April 08. The board of directors has approved proposal for rights issue to raise Rs 195.59 crore.
YD Murthy, executive VP-finance, NCC spoke about the company's performance in the third quarter of this fiscal year.
According to the latest weekly update to the processing status of draft offer documents filed with Sebi, the regulator said clarifications are awaited on the proposed rights issue of State Bank of Travancore as on January 30 this year.
Tata Motors intends to utilise Rs 7,500 crore, which it plans to raise via a rights issue, to fund various activities, including introduction of more than 100 new commercial vehicles over the next three years and passenger vehicles on a new modular platform from FY 2016-17.
State Bank of India (SBI) will raise Rs 15,000 crore through a public offer including rights issue to fund business and meet global capital adequacy norms.
The company's board has approved seeking shareholders' approval through a postal ballot for raising funds up to Rs 7,500 crore through a rights issue of ordinary shares for meeting the company's growth plans as well as for reducing the debt on its balance sheet, Tata Motors said in a statement.
The regulator has ensured that at the time of de-listing, the acquirer or the investment banker will have to prove that all shareholders were contacted.