Anil Ambani’s Reliance Capital nearing exit from mutual fund enterprise


Anil Ambani-led Reliance Capital will on Wednesday promote 6.3 per cent stake in Reliance Nippon Life Asset Administration (generally referred to as Reliance Mutual Fund) by means of the provide on the market (OFS) route.

The share sale is a part of Reliance Capital’s deleveraging program, which incorporates exiting asset administration operations, amongst different companies. At current, Reliance Capital holds 32.12 per cent stake in Reliance MF.

About 21.5 per cent of this shall be offered to Japan’s Nippon Life, which can later change into the only promoter of the fund home.

If the OFS is totally subscribed, Reliance Capital shall be left with the remaining 4.4 per cent stake, which can then be offered to public buyers.


The minimal worth for the OFS has been fastened at Rs 262, which is a reduction of 8.4 per cent towards the final shut of Rs 286 of Reliance MF on BSE.

A complete of 38.6 million shares shall be offered within the OFS, of which a tenth is reserved for retail buyers and shall be auctioned on Thursday.

Reliance Capital will elevate Rs 1,012 crore on the ground worth. Market gamers stated the demand for OFS might strengthen on the again of engaging reductions and steep bounce in share costs of asset administration corporations. Reliance MF shares have gained 80 per cent thus far this 12 months. Huge rival HDFC MF has additionally seen an analogous rally in its share worth. Final month, Nippon Life introduced the closing of an open providing, triggered by a change in possession of Reliance MF.

Within the open provide, Nippon Life had acquired a ten.6 per cent stake, leading to a rise of its stake from 42.9 per cent to 53.5 per cent. The Japanese firm intends to take its whole stake to 75 per cent, with a most of 1 promoter allowed.

Folks with information of the matter say that the remaining 21.54 per cent stake will quickly be acquired by Nippon Life from Reliance Capital.

Analysts say the re-rating of Reliance MF’s inventory has taken place following the change in possession from the joint management between Reliance Capital and Nippon Life.

Nonetheless, the inventory remains to be buying and selling at a reduction to HDFC AMC.



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