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PNB raises Rs 1,590 cr via preference issue to LIC

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State-owned (PNB) has raised Rs 1,589.90 crore by issuing shares to Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) on preferential basis.

On receipt of allotment money of Rs 1,589.90 crore from LIC, the bank has allotted 15.8 million (1,58,40,607) shares of the face value of Rs 10 each at a premium of Rs 993.69 to the insurer on preferential basis, the bank said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).

is in the process of issuing up to 12.8 million shares to the government, which holds 58% in the bank.

Last year, PNB got a capital infusion of Rs 184 crore from the government.

In 2010-11, the government provided capital support to the tune of Rs 20,157 crore to public sector banks.

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PNB raises Rs 1,590 cr via preference issue to LIC

State-owned Punjab National Bank (PNB) has raised Rs 1,589.90 crore by issuing shares to Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) on preferential basis.

State-owned (PNB) has raised Rs 1,589.90 crore by issuing shares to Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) on preferential basis.

On receipt of allotment money of Rs 1,589.90 crore from LIC, the bank has allotted 15.8 million (1,58,40,607) shares of the face value of Rs 10 each at a premium of Rs 993.69 to the insurer on preferential basis, the bank said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).

is in the process of issuing up to 12.8 million shares to the government, which holds 58% in the bank.

Last year, PNB got a capital infusion of Rs 184 crore from the government.

In 2010-11, the government provided capital support to the tune of Rs 20,157 crore to public sector banks.

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