New Delhi: State-owned Coal India Ltd arm CCL on Saturday said that it will not go ahead with the proposed buyback plan worth Rs 1,001.8 crore.
"The board of Directors of CCL at its meeting held on March 10, 2017 have after reviewing the limited reviewed unaudited financials of the Company ended 31 December 2016, based on the Revised Valuation Report submitted by Merchant Banker, decided not to proceed with the proposed buyback," Coal India said in a filing to BSE.
Central Coalfields Ltd (CCL)-- the Coal India arm -- had a few days back approved a share buyback plan worth Rs 1,001.88 crore.
"The board of directors of CCL, our wholly-owned subsidiary, at a meeting held on March 3, 2017 considered and approved the buyback of 5,21,000 fully paid equity shares of face value of Rs 1,000 each from the members of CCL on a proportionate basis through tender offer," Coal India had said.
The equity shares are proposed to be bought back "for an aggregate amount not exceeding Rs 1,001.88 crore...at a price of Rs 19,230 per equity share payable in cash, subject to the approval of the shareholders of CCL," it had said.
The equity shares proposed to be bought back by CCL represent 5.54 per cent the total number of equity share capital in the paid up share capital of CCL, the company had said.
Coal India accounts for over 80 per cent of the country's domestic production.
MCL's 4,51,743 shares would be tendered in the buyback offer and "the price per share at which the shares are to be tendered is (in Rs) 35,796.02."
NCL's 4,11,135 shares would be tendered in the buy back offer and "the price per share at which the shares are to be tendered is (in Rs) 30,260.70."
SECL's 6,09,250 shares would be tendered in the buy back offer and "the price per share at which the shares are to be tendered is (in Rs) 19,699.47."
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