Kolkata: Emami on Thursday said post-closure of its share buyback, the stake of the promoter group rose to 53.9% in the company from 52.7% earlier.The FMCG major has bought back a total of 94,21,498 equity shares, and the total amount invested was Rs 191.9 crore (excluding transaction costs), which represents 99.9% of the maximum buyback size.“The price at which the equity shares were bought back was dependent on the price quoted on BSE and National Stock Exchange of India,” the company said in a stock exchange filing. The equity shares were bought back at an average price of Rs 203.78 per equity share.
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