IDFC Limited is planning to part exit from its holding in NSE by selling around 3% stake, taking it down to 3.55% from 6.55%.
The Tata Group, Vedanta, Barclays, LIC and the State Bank Group are interested in buying NSE shares.
IDBI Capital is the lead manager for this share sale process.
Last year, IDFC sold around 6 lakhs shares cutting its stake by 1.33%.
The NSE operates a nation-wide, electronic market, offering trading in Capital Market, Derivatives and Currency Derivates segments including equities, ETFs, Retail Government Securities etc.
It accounts for nearly 74% in Equity Market and more than 98% market share in equity derivatives segment. Today NSE network Stretches to more than tan 1500 locations in the country and supports more than 2, 30,000 terminals.
Sunnyvale, California-based Druva Inc., a cloud-first data protection solution provider, announced receiving $51 million in funding. This round of funding was led by existing investor Sequoia India, along with participation of new investors such as Blue Cloud Ventures, Hercules Capital, and Singapore-based EDBI. Existing investors like Japan’s NTT Finance (financial arm of Japanese telecommunications company Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation), Nexus Venture Partners and Tenaya Capital also contributed to this round.