Vakrangee zooms 7% after withdrawing scheme of amalgamation of two wholly-owned subsidiaries

The company said scheme of amalgamation has been pending with NCLT Mumbai and decision has been taken due to substantial changes in business environment.

Nov 26, 2020 10:11 IST India Infoline News Service

Vakrangee Limited Board has on November 25, 2020, approved the withdrawal of scheme of amalgamation of Vakrangee Logistics Private Limited (VLPL) and Vakrangee Finserve Limited (VFL), subject to the approval of National Company Law Tribunal, Mumbai (NCLT).

At around 10.55 am, Vakrangee Ltd was trading at Rs33.35 per piece up Rs2.25 or 7.23% from its previous closing of Rs31.10 per piece on the BSE.

The company on February 13, 2020 had intimated approval of the board of the draft Scheme of Amalgamation of Vakrangee Logistics and Vakrangee Finserve (both 100% wholly owned subsidiaries) with Vakrangee Limited (VL).

Later, the company had, in the month of March 2020, filed Scheme Application with NCLT, Mumbai and the said Scheme is presently pending with NCLT to seek appropriate directions.

“Since then, there has been substantial changes in business environment in last few months and the management of the company is of the opinion that, considering the present scenario, it would not be prudent to proceed with proposed Amalgamation of Vakrangee Logistics Private Limited and Vakrangee Finserve Limited with Vakrangee Limited,” company said in a regulatory filing on Wednesday.

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