MOIL Limited Buyback Offers Open Today

Board of Directors of the Company, has approved the proposal to buyback of not exceeding 2,02,81,009 equity shares (representing 7.87% of the paid-up share capital of the Company) at a price of Rs. Rs. 152/- per equity share

MOIL Limited Buyback Offers Open Today

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As per shareholding data available in FY 2017-18 annual report, acceptance ratio comes around 15% for retail shareholders.*

*Retail shareholders are classified as the one’s who hold shares of market value upto 2 lakhs on the record date.

MOIL Limited Buyback Offers Open Today

Other Information about the Buyback

• The Entire procedure might take approximate 3-4 months.
• Record date for the buyback is yet to be announced by the company

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