State-owned LIC will make investments Rs 80.67 crore within the proposed rights difficulty of its three way partnership LIC (Nepal) Ltd.The proposal was permitted throughout the insurer’s board assembly on Monday. LIC, which obtained listed on the bourses in Might, will maintain its first Annual Basic Assembly on September 27, 2022, in accordance with inventory alternate submitting.
“Approval has been accorded for investing within the proposed rights difficulty of LIC (Nepal) Ltd value NPR 127.07 cr (INR 80.67 Crore) roughly topic to the prevalent alternate price for infusing capital in LIC (Nepal) Ltd,” it mentioned. LIC owns 55 per cent stake in LIC (Nepal).
In one other submitting, LIC mentioned the central authorities has nominated Suchindra Mishra, Extra Secretary, Division of Monetary Providers, as Authorities Director on its board with speedy impact. He replaces Pankaj Jain. Shares of LIC rose 2.33 per cent to shut at Rs 692.50 apiece on BSE.
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