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Tata Sons, Tata Investment Corporation to participate in TCS buyback offer

the TCS Board had approved an upto Rs 18000 crore buyback offer entailing 4 crore shares at Rs 4,500 apiece

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Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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Consultancy Services (TCS) promoters - Sons and Investment Corporation Ltd - intend to participate in the IT service major's Rs 18,000 crore buyback offer by tendering about 2.88 crore shares, according to a regulatory filing.

On Wednesday, the TCS Board had approved an upto Rs 18000 crore buyback offer entailing 4 crore shares at Rs 4,500 apiece.

According to a postal ballot notice by the company, the remote e-voting period will commence from January 14, 2022 and end on February 12, 2022.

The results of the Postal Ballot will be announced on February 15, 2022, it added.

As per the document, and Tata Investment Corporation Ltd - promoter of TCS - also intend to participate in the buyback offer.

Tata Sons, which holds about 266.91 crore shares, intends to tender 2.88 crore shares, while Tata Investment Corporation Limited (which holds 10,23,685 shares) intends to tender 11,055 shares, it added.

The previous buyback of the TCS, worth about Rs 16,000 crore, had opened on December 18, 2020, and closed on January 1, 2021, in which group holding firm had tendered shares worth Rs 9,997.5 crore. Over 5.33 crore equity shares were bought at that time (offer price was Rs 3,000 apiece) and out of the total, Tata Sons' 3,33,25,118 shares were accepted under the buyback offer.

As per the postal ballot detailed in Thursday's stock exchange filing, promoter held 72.19 per cent share in TCS as on January 12, 2022.

It added that the offer price of Rs 4,500 per share represents a premium of 18.21 per cent and 18.19 per cent over the closing price of the equity share on BSE and NSE, respectively, as on Thursday, January 6, 2022.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Fri, January 14 2022. 01:36 IST
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