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Promoter Rana Kapoor sells all but 900 YES Bank shares, worth Rs 60,000

Year to date, the stock of YES Bank has fallen 65 per cent to Rs 64.15 a share

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Anup Roy  |  Mumbai 

Rana Kapoor
File photo of Rana Kapoor

founder is virtually out of the bank now, holding just 900 shares worth less than Rs 60,000. Kapoor, with his brother-in-law Ashok Kapur and others, set up in 2003, holding 26 per cent in the bank. Now, his stake is close to zero per cent after the holding company YES Capital (India) sold 20.4 million shares worth Rs 142.75 crore.

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First Published: Wed, November 20 2019. 00:37 IST
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