The principal bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on Thursday approved Tata Steel’s nearly Rs 800-crore bid to acquire Bhushan Energy. The NCLT, while approving this bid, also rejected Bhushan Energy’s former promoter Neeraj Singhal’s objections to Tata Steel’s bid for the debt-laden company.
As part of the plan, Tata Steel will offer an upfront payment of Rs 730 crore, while it will pay an additional Rs 50 crore to operational creditors of the company. A further sum of Rs 367 crore will be infused by Tata Steel in the company as a part of equity infusion, depending on the prevalent market conditions.
Till the time Tata Steel takes over the company and starts running it, the Committee of Creditors and the resolution professional of the company will act as monitoring agency to oversee the day to day functioning of the company, the NCLT said. A detailed copy of the order is awaited. Read More
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