British investment firm Abrdn plans to sell its stake in India’s HDFC Life Insurance Company Ltd. Sources close to the matter told CNBC-TV18 that the company plans to sell a 1.66% stake in HDFC Life, equivalent to 3.57 million shares, through the trading bloc on Wednesday, May 31. He paid his premiums at Edinburgh at Rs 563.
20 to 585.15 rupees according to the same source. This shows that strong demand is expected which could lead to strong gains.
The transaction will be sponsored by Bank of America Securities India Limited, the sole authority for the sale.
This development benefits HDFC Life Insurance, a well-known company in the insurance industry in India.
Significant investment from foreign sources such as Abrdn reflects global interest in India’s financial services, which has proven steady growth potential.
Wednesday’s blockbuster deal should attract a large number of business participants and analysts and could lead to changes in ownership in the insurance industry. Further updates will be made on the changes and their impact on HDFC Life Insurance and Abrdn.
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