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FPI holding in HDFC, HDFC Bank drops amid sharp selloff in domestic market

FPIs have sold shares worth Rs 1.6 trn in domestic equities market so far this year. Historically, foreign investors have had high exposure to both HDFC Bank and HDFC

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BS Reporter Mumbai
Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) and HDFC Bank, in separate stock exchange disclosures on Friday, stated their total foreign shareholding was 68.56 per cent and 66.55 per cent, respectively, on May 13.

“HDFC Bank ("HDFC Bank") has been receiving queries from several investors seeking information on its aggregate foreign shareholding. With a view to have a fair and transparent disclosure and in order to avoid selective disclosure, we wish to inform you that as on May 13, 2022, the total foreign shareholding in HDFC Bank is 66.55 per cent (including 20.98 per cent of shareholding held by HDFC and its

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First Published: May 20 2022 | 7:23 PM IST

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