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Indian Energy Exchange Buyback FAQ's

Indian Energy Exchange Buyback Detail
Buyback Record Date
Buyback Open Date Jan 11, 2023
Buyback Closing Date Jul 10, 2023
Issue Size (Amount) ₹98.00 Crores
Buyback Price ₹200 per Share

Indian Energy Exchange Buyback Date & Price FAQs

The Indian Energy Exchange Buyback price is set at Rs 200 Per Share. The Indian Energy Exchange Buyback opens on Jan 11, 2023 and closes on Jul 10, 2023.

There is no concept of Tender form in case of an open market offer through the Stock exchange. Any equity shareholder holding the Equity shares of Indian Energy Exchange Buyback can participate in the buyback offer through their stockbroker.

The Public Announcement for Indian Energy Exchange Buyback can be download here.

Any equity shareholder holding the shares in Demat form can participate in the buyback offer through their stockbroker. The physical shareholder can participate only once the shares get converted into a Dematerialized form.

The shareholder needs to inform their broker on the details of the Equity shares they wish to sell. The broker will place a sell order whenever the company places a buy order for the buyback. The trade would get executed at the offer price or lesser only when the price offered by the shareholder matches with the buy order placed by the company.

Necessity of the Issue:

The Buyback is being undertaken for the following reasons:

  1. The Buyback gives the Company an opportunity to distribute surplus cash to its shareholders.
  2. The buyback may help in improving return on equity and other financial ratios, by a reduction in the equity base, thereby leading to a long-term increase in shareholders' value.
  3. The buyback gives an option to the existing equity shareholders to participate in the Buyback and receive cash in lieu of equity shares.

The Indian Energy Exchange Buyback offers an opportunity for the shareholders to exit their positions at a premium price. In case you stay invested you would have an increased percentage of shareholding in the company and improved earnings per share. Thus, one should understand the company fundamentals along with one’s need, goals, and risk appetite to decide if one wants to stay invested or participate in the buyback offer.


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