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YES Bank to be dropped from Nifty 50, and other Nifty indices from March 19

In Nifty 100, Adani Transmission will replace Yes Bank, while in Nifty 500, Sterling and Wilson Solar will be added

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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The troubled lender will also be removed from Nifty 100 and Nifty 500

Troubled private lender will be dropped from benchmark index Nifty 50, banking index Nifty bank and other Nifty indices from March 19, said on Monday. Earlier, the changes were scheduled to happen on March 27, NSE Indices, a subsidiary of the National Stock Exchange (NSE), said in a statement.

However, in light of the recent developments relating to and its reconstruction scheme, NSE Indices' Index Maintenance Sub-Committee (IMSC) has decided to accelerate the removal of from and Nifty Bank and also remove it from all Nifty equity indices from Thursday, March 19.

Shree Cement will replace the private lender in and in Nifty bank index, Bandhan Bank will find a place. The troubled lender will also be removed from Nifty 100 and Nifty 500.

In Nifty 100, Adani Transmission will replace Yes Bank, while in Nifty 500, Sterling and Wilson Solar will be added.

Earlier in February, had announced that on account of Yes Bank being excluded from and Nifty 100, it was being included in Nifty Midcap 150, Nifty Midcap 50, Nifty Midcap 100, Nifty MidSmallcap 400 and Nifty Midcap Liquid 15 from March 27.

In light of the decision to exclude Yes Bank from all our equity indices, the lender will not be included in these indices from March 27 and the replacements of Yes Bank in these indices will be announced in due course.

On Saturday, the government had notified the Yes Bank Limited Reconstruction Scheme, 2020, a day after cabinet approval. Under the scheme, State Bank of India will invest for 49 per cent equity in Yes Bank and other investors are also being invited.

There will be a three-year lock-in period for all the investors. However, the lock-in period for SBI would be only for the 26 per cent of the shareholding.

The moratorium, which was placed by Reserve Bank of India on March 5, restricting withdrawal to Rs 50,000 per account, will also be lifted by 6 pm on Wednesday.

First Published: Mon, March 16 2020. 10:52 IST
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