September 03, 2014

Denso India Ltd.( SRF Nippondenso ) Annual Report 2013-14

Denso India Limited Delisted wef 05/11/2013 at Exit Price of Rs.145

For the Financial Year ended 31/03/2014

Sales : Rs.1334 cr

LOSS Rs.56 cr

 Promoters' Holding : Around 96%.

History of Company

http://www.denso.co.in/history.aspx

AGM  23/09/2014 at New Delhi 


DENSO INDIA PROPOSES COMPULSORY BACK BACK FROM MINORITY SHAREHOLDERS

It is very surprising that despite opposition from minority shareholders of Cadbury India, Shakti MetDor, Nirma etc to proposals for Compulsory Buy back , yet another MNC , Denso India has proposed Compulsory Buy Back of Minority- Non Promoter Shareholders by approaching Delhi High Court.

In the AGM dt. 23/09/2014 Resolution No. 8 for this Compulsory Buy Back

Highlights of the  Compulsory Buy back

1 ) Same price of Rs. 145 as was paid to those who voluntarily tendered their shares.

2 ) While Minority Shareholders are to be thrown out compulsorily there is going to be  preferential allotment to Promoters 
  
3 ) In the Explanatory Statement this compulsory extinguish of shares is being projected as being in the interests of those shareholders who shares are to be compulsorily cancelled as if a favour is being done to them.

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IT IS THE SHAREHOLDERS WHO CAN BEST DECIDE WHETHER IT IS IN THEIR INTEREST TO HOLD SHARES OR SELL THEM .THE MANAGEMENT OF DENSO INDIA CANNOT TELL THEM WHAT TO DO. 

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1 comment:

Prakash Agwani said...

Denso India compulsory share buy back issue
Cant we shareholders ask for higher price ( I think they have sent the buy back amt to the bank )
Please advise.