This move of the bank is being considered as an exercise to increase its capital base.
According to the exclusive information received by CNBC Awaaz, the base size of the bank’s QIP could be Rs 12,00 crore. There will also be an option to increase this issue to Rs 1800 crore. According to preliminary information, the indicative offer price of this QIP can be Rs 33.75 per share.
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What is Qualified Institutional Placement
In fact, qualified institutional placements (QIPs) are a way for companies to raise capital. The listed company on the stock market raises capital by issuing securities such as shares, partial or fully convertible debentures in addition to warrants to qualified institutional buyers (QIBs) under QIP. These securities are converted into shares after a fixed period. Apart from preferential allocation, this is another way to raise capital soon. Sebi started it in 2006 to allow domestic companies to raise money from the market in a short period of time. Its purpose was also to reduce the excessive dependence of domestic companies on foreign capital.