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Govt invites merchant bankers for stake sale in OIL, NFL, RCF

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Government today invited bids from merchant bankers to assist in its stake sale in three PSUs - OIL, NFL and - which could fetch around Rs 2,260 crore to the exchequer.

The government intends to sell its 15 per cent stake or 7.35 crore shares in Ltd (NFL) while it will put on block its 5 per cent stake or over 2.75 crore equity shares in Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilisers (RCF) through offer for sale (OFS).



It also plans to sell 10 per cent stake or over 6.01 crore shares in 'Navratna' Oil Ltd.

At the current market price, sale of OIL shares could fetch over Rs 1,900 crore, while that in NFL and could fetch Rs 230 crore and Rs 130 crore to the exchequer.

The government plans to appoint two merchant bankers for each of NFL and and they will have to apply to the Department of Investment and Public Asset Management by May 18, as per the Expression of Interest invited by DIPAM.

For OIL, it is looking at appointing three merchant bankers.

Government holds 89.71 per cent shares in NFL and 80 per cent in and 67.64 per cent in OIL.

RCF, a mini-ratna Central Public Sector Enterprise, is engaged in the business of manufacturing and marketing fertilisers. The company's paid up capital stands at Rs Rs 551.69 crore.

NFL, a mini-ratna CPSE under the administrative control of Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilisers, is the second largest producer of urea. The company has a paid up capital of Rs 490.58 crore.

OIL is engaged in the business of exploration, development and production of crude oil, Natural Gas and LPG.

Shares of NFL were trading at Rs 31.50, down 1.56 per cent on the BSE. shares were quoting 2.68 per cent low at Rs 47.20.

OIL scrip was trading at Rs 330.85, up 0.93 per cent on the BSE.

The government is also considering allotting shares to employees of the three PSUs at a discount of up to 5 per cent to the issue. The employees will be eligible to apply for shares up to Rs 2 lakhs only.

It has pegged disinvestment target at Rs 56,500 crore for this fiscal. Of this, Rs 36,000 crore is to come from minority stake sale in PSU and Rs 20,500 crore from strategic sale.

The government has kickstarted the disinvestment programme for current fiscal with 11.36 per cent stake sale in NHPC. The government aims to raise Rs 2,700 crore from the NHPC share sale, which is open for bidding by retail investors today.

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Govt invites merchant bankers for stake sale in OIL, NFL, RCF

Government today invited bids from merchant bankers to assist in its stake sale in three PSUs - OIL, NFL and RCF - which could fetch around Rs 2,260 crore to the exchequer. The government intends to sell its 15 per cent stake or 7.35 crore shares in National Fertilisers Ltd (NFL) while it will put on block its 5 per cent stake or over 2.75 crore equity shares in Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilisers (RCF) through offer for sale (OFS). It also plans to sell 10 per cent stake or over 6.01 crore shares in 'Navratna' Oil India Ltd. At the current market price, sale of OIL shares could fetch over Rs 1,900 crore, while that in NFL and RCF could fetch Rs 230 crore and Rs 130 crore to the exchequer. The government plans to appoint two merchant bankers for each of NFL and RCF and they will have to apply to the Department of Investment and Public Asset Management by May 18, as per the Expression of Interest invited by DIPAM. For OIL, it is looking at appointing three ... Government today invited bids from merchant bankers to assist in its stake sale in three PSUs - OIL, NFL and - which could fetch around Rs 2,260 crore to the exchequer.

The government intends to sell its 15 per cent stake or 7.35 crore shares in Ltd (NFL) while it will put on block its 5 per cent stake or over 2.75 crore equity shares in Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilisers (RCF) through offer for sale (OFS).

It also plans to sell 10 per cent stake or over 6.01 crore shares in 'Navratna' Oil Ltd.

At the current market price, sale of OIL shares could fetch over Rs 1,900 crore, while that in NFL and could fetch Rs 230 crore and Rs 130 crore to the exchequer.

The government plans to appoint two merchant bankers for each of NFL and and they will have to apply to the Department of Investment and Public Asset Management by May 18, as per the Expression of Interest invited by DIPAM.

For OIL, it is looking at appointing three merchant bankers.

Government holds 89.71 per cent shares in NFL and 80 per cent in and 67.64 per cent in OIL.

RCF, a mini-ratna Central Public Sector Enterprise, is engaged in the business of manufacturing and marketing fertilisers. The company's paid up capital stands at Rs Rs 551.69 crore.

NFL, a mini-ratna CPSE under the administrative control of Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilisers, is the second largest producer of urea. The company has a paid up capital of Rs 490.58 crore.

OIL is engaged in the business of exploration, development and production of crude oil, Natural Gas and LPG.

Shares of NFL were trading at Rs 31.50, down 1.56 per cent on the BSE. shares were quoting 2.68 per cent low at Rs 47.20.

OIL scrip was trading at Rs 330.85, up 0.93 per cent on the BSE.

The government is also considering allotting shares to employees of the three PSUs at a discount of up to 5 per cent to the issue. The employees will be eligible to apply for shares up to Rs 2 lakhs only.

It has pegged disinvestment target at Rs 56,500 crore for this fiscal. Of this, Rs 36,000 crore is to come from minority stake sale in PSU and Rs 20,500 crore from strategic sale.

The government has kickstarted the disinvestment programme for current fiscal with 11.36 per cent stake sale in NHPC. The government aims to raise Rs 2,700 crore from the NHPC share sale, which is open for bidding by retail investors today.
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Govt invites merchant bankers for stake sale in OIL, NFL, RCF

Government today invited bids from merchant bankers to assist in its stake sale in three PSUs - OIL, NFL and - which could fetch around Rs 2,260 crore to the exchequer.

The government intends to sell its 15 per cent stake or 7.35 crore shares in Ltd (NFL) while it will put on block its 5 per cent stake or over 2.75 crore equity shares in Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilisers (RCF) through offer for sale (OFS).

It also plans to sell 10 per cent stake or over 6.01 crore shares in 'Navratna' Oil Ltd.

At the current market price, sale of OIL shares could fetch over Rs 1,900 crore, while that in NFL and could fetch Rs 230 crore and Rs 130 crore to the exchequer.

The government plans to appoint two merchant bankers for each of NFL and and they will have to apply to the Department of Investment and Public Asset Management by May 18, as per the Expression of Interest invited by DIPAM.

For OIL, it is looking at appointing three merchant bankers.

Government holds 89.71 per cent shares in NFL and 80 per cent in and 67.64 per cent in OIL.

RCF, a mini-ratna Central Public Sector Enterprise, is engaged in the business of manufacturing and marketing fertilisers. The company's paid up capital stands at Rs Rs 551.69 crore.

NFL, a mini-ratna CPSE under the administrative control of Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilisers, is the second largest producer of urea. The company has a paid up capital of Rs 490.58 crore.

OIL is engaged in the business of exploration, development and production of crude oil, Natural Gas and LPG.

Shares of NFL were trading at Rs 31.50, down 1.56 per cent on the BSE. shares were quoting 2.68 per cent low at Rs 47.20.

OIL scrip was trading at Rs 330.85, up 0.93 per cent on the BSE.

The government is also considering allotting shares to employees of the three PSUs at a discount of up to 5 per cent to the issue. The employees will be eligible to apply for shares up to Rs 2 lakhs only.

It has pegged disinvestment target at Rs 56,500 crore for this fiscal. Of this, Rs 36,000 crore is to come from minority stake sale in PSU and Rs 20,500 crore from strategic sale.

The government has kickstarted the disinvestment programme for current fiscal with 11.36 per cent stake sale in NHPC. The government aims to raise Rs 2,700 crore from the NHPC share sale, which is open for bidding by retail investors today.

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