NEW DELHI: Partly paid shares of Reliance Industries on Thursday got relisted at Rs 1,572 per share on NSE. The partly paid scrip had delisted at Rs 982 on May 10 when fully paid RIL’s share price was at Rs 1,926.20 apiece. Since then share prices of Reliance Industries had gone up 12.91 per cent or Rs 248.80 on NSE.
“Those wanting to invest in RIL can take the partly-paid route to get more bang for the buck. You don’t have to pay any premium. Instead get to buy 30 per cent more with the same amount. Or the 30 per cent can be saved and invested elsewhere,” said an analyst.
According to the terms of the offering, buyers were required to pay 25% of the price at the time of subscription, 25% in May 2021 and the rest in November 2021.
Can we buy Reliance PP?
Reliance PP will be available for trading till 10th May 2021 before getting suspended while the company collects the call money. If you continue to hold the shares after suspension, you will have to pay Reliance Industries Rs. 314.25 per share to get the new Reliance PP shares.
Reliance PP = Reliance Partially Paid, meaning these shares have not been paid for in full yet. Paid Up capital = To the money paid vs. money due to the rights issue share. In this case, paid-up is 314.25 and the rest 950 is to be paid.
One reason why RIL shares weakened after the AGM was due to disappointment among shareholders regarding the $15 billion Saudi Aramco deal. While Mukesh Ambani said the deal will be closed this year, some shareholders are unhappy that the deal has not been sealed yet.
Yes, you can sell partly paid shares before the call date. Are partly paid shares tradable in the market? Yes, partly paid shares can be traded in the markets until they are suspended two days before the record date.
(a) The buy back is authorized by the Articles of Association of the company; (b) A special resolution has been passed in the general meeting of the shareholders, authorizing the company to buy back its own shares; … No partly paid-up shares can be bought back by a company.
With partly paid shares, investors get an opportunity to buy a company’s stock at a lower price. But they need to pay the remaining instalments when due or if they exit before the due date. Once all the instalments are paid on these shares, they are converted into fully paid shares and traded at the same price.
What is Reliance First Call Payment?
Reliance Industries (RIL) received Rs 13,150.7 crore as the first call on partly paid-up equity shares. The company, till May 31, 2021, received Rs 13,150.7 crore on first call representing around 99 percent of the total amount due, the company said in the regulatory filing.
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What is First Call money?
Introduction. Call money is also referred to as the money at call. It is a short-term loan which is due to be paid immediately in full as and when demanded by the lender. Not similar to a term loan, call money loan does not have a defined schedule of payment and maturity.