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FTIL gets temporary relief from Bombay high court

FTIL will file rejoinder to CLB on MCA's petition: Chairman

Speaking exclusively to CNBC-TV18, Venkat Chary, Chairman, FTIL, termed the government allegations at the Company Law Board as frivolous and baseless. Money Control, 1 week ago
Centre's move to supersede Fin Tech board lands in Court Hindu Business Line, 3 weeks ago
Millennium Post

NSEL: Financial Technologies asks shareholders to oppose 'forced' merger

In a letter, board chairman Venkat Chary has asked FTIL shareholders to send to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs their objections to the draft order on merger of NSEL with the company Financial Technologies (India) Ltd has asked its shareholders ...
 Money Life1 month ago NSEL Investors Associations urges MCA to pass FTIL-NSEL merger order  Economic Times1 week ago NSEL Investors Asso urges MCA to pass FTIL-NSEL merger order  Millennium Post1 week ago High court order sets stage for NSEL-FTIL merger  DNA India2 weeks ago

Cyril Shroff meets Jayant Sinha to resolve Rs 5,600 cr NSEL fiasco

MUMBAI: A few days ago, top lawyer Cyril Shroff, acting on behalf of Jignesh Shah promoted Financial Technologies (FTIL), met Jayant Sinha, minister of state for finance, with a settlement plan to address the claims of small and mid-sized investors ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

FTIL's majority shareholders object to government's amalgamation plan

Mumbai, March 10 (IANS) Financial exchanges operator Financial Technologies (FTIL) said on Tuesday that 99.55 percent of its shareholders have objected to the government's move to amalgamate the company with NSEL (National Spot Exchange Limited). ...
 Chennai Online2 weeks ago Majority FTIL shareholders object to NSEL's amalgamation with it  Smart Investor2 weeks ago FTIL board opposes government's move  ProKerala.com3 weeks ago

Majority of FTIL shareholders oppose merger with NSEL

FT Tower, where the office of the NSEL is located in Mumbai. Photo: Abhijit Bhatlekar/Mint Mumbai: A majority of the shareholders of Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL) are opposed to the government's plan to merge the company with the ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago Most FTIL shareholders oppose merger of NSEL  Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago Financial Tech shareholders form body to oppose merger with NSEL  Hindu Business Line1 month ago

'Most shareholders oppose proposed merger of NSEL with FTIL'

Pic Courtesy: - New Delhi: Financial Technologies Tuesday said that over 18,700 shareholders, representing 79.58 percent share capital of the company, have objected to the proposed merger of crisis-hit NSEL with it. The government in October last ...
 ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago Most shareholders oppose proposed merger of NSEL with FTIL'  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

FTIL in talks to sell stake in ATOM, DGCX

Financial technologies has indicated that it is exiting it mobile transaction and payment gateway company ATOM Technologies by selling 95% stake in it. ATOM is a subsidiary of FTIL forms 7-8 years back. The FTIL has also indicated that the process ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago

Blood donation by NSS unit of KITS

Comment · print · T T T+· T- A mega blood donation camp was organised by NSS unit of Kakatiya Institute of Technology & Science (KITS) where students donated 228 units of blood here on Monday. The camp was organised in connection ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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