YES Bank sells over 1.7 million shares of Reliance Capital for Rs 2.8 crore

Topics Reliance Captial | YES Bank | NSE

Private sector lender Yes Bank has offloaded over 1.7 million shares of Reliance Capital for Rs 2.8 crore, its third consecutive sell off in the financial services firm.

So far, the lender has offloaded over 4.72 million shares. Of the total shares sold by Yes Bank, 1.32 million scrips were sold on Friday and 1.67 million shares were sold on Monday.

As per the bulk deal data on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) for Tuesday, the private sector lender sold a total of 17,22,587 shares at an average price of Rs 16.51 apiece, valuing the transaction at Rs 2.84 crore.

The buyer of the shares could not be ascertained.

Yes Bank, in a regulatory filing on Tuesday said, its board of directors will meet on Friday, November 29 to discuss and consider raising of funds by issuance of equity or equity linked securities through permissible modes.

However, this is subject to necessary shareholders or regulatory approvals as applicable.

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