Reliance Capital to Sell 16 Percent Stake in

11:42 PM Deepankar Pathak 0 Comments

Reliance Capital sells Yatra StakeReliance Capital is situated to sell its 16 per cent stake in online travel portal, Yatra for an expected amount of INR 500 crore in order to encash its minority investment. The organization had procured this stake for INR 40 crore in 2006.

As per an ET report, the arrangement is relied upon to be shut in 4-6 weeks and puts the aggregate valuation of the at around INR 3,000 crore. Different investors in travel portal incorporate Norwest Venture Partners (30 per cent), TV-18 gathering (10 per cent), Intel Cap (7 per cent), Valliant Capital (10 per cent) and 6 percent owned by its management group. is specifically contending with Makemytrip which is having a business estimation of USD 1.2 billion with an operating pay of USD 116 million for the year. While, remained at USD 50 million operating pay every year.

A month ago, SAIF Partners had sold off its 2.41 percent stake in Mumbai-based nearby search provider, Justdial for an aggregate sum of INR 254 crore.

It is intriguing how investors are getting along away with their holding in non-retail e-trade organizations, which are apparently gainful as against online retail. Appears as though they feel they have effectively earned as much as they could.


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