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Baring to take Hexaware private, accepts exit price of Rs 475 per share

The private equity major may have to spend as much as Rs 5,400 crore to buy out the entire 37.9 per cent stake from public shareholders

Hexaware Technologies | Delisting of shares | Sebi

Samie Modak  |  Mumbai 

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The company said the payments to shareholders, who have successfully tendered their shares, will be made by September 30.

Mid-size IT firm will soon go private. Promoter has accepted the exit price of Rs 475 per share discovered through the reserve book building (RBB) process.



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First Published: Wed, September 23 2020. 18:07 IST