S4A scheme: HCC allots 19 crore equity shares to lenders
Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) said that it has allotted nearly 19 crore equity shares and 1.20 crore optionally convertible debentures (OCDs) to many lenders under the RBI's Scheme for Sustainable Structuring of Stressed Assets (S4A).
It said, “The company has allotted equity shares at a face value of Rs 1 each to the following lenders who have completed the process of conversion of debt into equity under the S4A scheme.”
HCC allotted IDBI Bank with 2.54 crore equity share accounting for 2.62% of its share capital. This was followed by EXIM Bank with 2.42 crore shares (2.50% of HCC), Canara Bank with 1.96 crore shares (2.02% of HCC), State Bank of India with 1.51 crore shares (1.57% of HCC), United Bank of India with 1.45 crore shares (1.50% of HCC), ICICI Bank with 1.38 crore shares (1.43% of HCC) and Syndicate Bank with 0.96 crore shares (1% of HCC).
Others lenders which received a percentage of HCC's share capital under the scheme were – Bank of Baroda (0.64 crore shares), IFCI Limited (0.75 crore shares), Jammu and Kashmir Bank (0.61 crore shares), Union Bank of India (0.62 crore shares) and State Bank of Patiala (0.64 crore shares).
HCC assigned 1.20 crore of OCDs at a face value of Rs 1000 to the following lenders who completed the process of conversion of debt into OCDs under the scheme.
Lenders which received highest OCDs were – IDBI Bank with 1.55 crore, followed by EXIM Bank with 1.49 crore and Canara Bank with 1.20 crore of OCDs.
HCC added, “LIC of India and Vijaya Bank are also in the process of the completing their respective internal processes for S4A scheme and upon completion of the same, it will further proceed to issue and allot corresponding equity shares and OCDs to them.”
HCC was the first company to receive RBI nod for debt reconstruction under the S4A scheme.
Last month on December 2, the company said, “The board has approved issuance of nearly 25.20 crore equity shares of HCC – which represents 24.44% of the expanded share capital of the company, along with optionally convertible debentures (OCDs) not exceeding Rs 2000 crore on preferential basis to the lenders.”
Shares of HCC was trading at Rs 40.95 per share on BSE, down by 1.56% at 11.25 am.