"The consent of the board be and is hereby accorded for the allotment of the subscription shares...equivalent of $ 254.58 per equity shares to the investors for an aggregate consideration of Rs 47,24,42,17,500.13 (equivalent of $ 660,000,383.64)...," it said.
The resolution was passed by the board through circulation on December 6, 2019, it added.
It had also said it plans to invest around Rs 10,000 crore over the next three years to expand financial services.
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