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Business Standard India
GIC Re IPO subscribed 1.37 times, LIC accounts for over 50% of the bidsIPO, largest in seven years, saw bids worth Rs 15,440 crore, of which over half
Business Standard India / Posted 10 days ago
IPO, largest in seven years, saw bids worth Rs 15,440 crore, of which over half of the bids came from state-owned Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC). The retail portion of the IPO was subscribed 60 per cent subscription, while high... Read more
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The Economic Times
GIC Re IPO subscribed 81% on Day 2; should you invest?was subscribed 1.56 times, retail was subscribed 81 per cent till around 11.35
The Economic Times / Posted 11 days ago
was subscribed 1.56 times, retail was subscribed 81 per cent till around 11.35 am (IST) According to media speculations, Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) put in a major bid for shares of GIC Re worth Rs 7,000-8,000. The issue will close... Read more
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17d
Business Standard India
Stewardship code to nudge institutional shareholders to turn activeThe Uday Kotak-led committee on corporate governance's proposal to put in place
Business Standard India / Posted 17 days ago
The Uday Kotak-led committee on corporate governance's proposal to put in place a common 'stewardship code’ might compel Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) and top mutual funds (MFs) to play a more active role in this regard. At present, there... Read more
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Business Standard India
Hero MotoCorp, LIC on-air sponsors for Fifa U-17 World Cuproped in Hero MotoCorp as the ‘presenting sponsor’ for the Fifa under-seventeen
Business Standard India / Posted 18 days ago
roped in Hero MotoCorp as the ‘presenting sponsor’ for the Fifa under-seventeen (U-17) World Cup that kicks off on Friday. Life Insurance Corporation of India has come on board as the on-air 'powered by' sponsor for the first Fifa event to take... Read more
18d
The Economic Times
To go 100% electric, auto companies have to change machinery, take risk: Nitin GadkariThere’s no fund crunch in my department. I can raise money from EPFO (Employees
The Economic Times / Posted 18 days ago
There’s no fund crunch in my department. I can raise money from EPFO (Employees' Provident Fund Organisation), LIC (Life Insurance Corporation of India) and other funds. We can also get NHAI (National Highways Authority of India) listed.... Read more
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The Economic Times
Blackstone set to buy UIOF for Rs 800 crore, step up housing playmentioned above. Apart from Reliance Industries, the fund also counts Anand Ja
The Economic Times / Posted 29 days ago
mentioned above. Apart from Reliance Industries, the fund also counts Anand Jain’s Jai Corp, State Bank of India and Life Insurance Corporation of India and several other institutions as its investors, the fund’s website showed. Urban... Read more

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