RCom Aircel Merger Approved By SEBI

RCom Aircel Merger Approved By SEBI

The Indian telecommunication trade is seeing some massive changes. With the entry of another giant in the form of Reliance Jio, we are seeing a phase of consolidation in the industry. There have been a few rumours about Reliance Communications and Aircel merging, and today the Securities Exchange Board of India has formally approved it. Prior to this, we have also been hearing about the possibility of Vodafone and Idea merging, with an official announcement expected this week.


About RCom Aircel Company

In response to the application filed by Reliance Communications Ltd., the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange Of India (NSE), have given their approval. Now, finally, the proposed Scheme of arrangement for demerger of the wireless division of the company into Aircel Ltd and Dishnet Wireless Ltd will take place. This will be done in order to establish a new entity, which will create the country’s third-largest mobile operator by subscriber base.


Reliance Communication RCom Aircel Merge

According to the application filed by the Reliance Communications with the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), Mumbai Bench, after the closing of the deal, RCom and the present shareholders of Aircel Ltd will hold 50% each in Aircel Ltd. In the process of demerger, the tower assets and fixed-line enterprise units will be kept intact with RCom while the wireless units will be merged into Aircel.


Reliance Rcom Partnership with Aircel

Along with RCom, Aircel’s Malaysia-based promoter Maxis Communications Berhad will hold 50 % share in every venture with equal illustration within the board. Before this, RCom merged with Sistema JSFC’s Indian operations – MTS – underneath that the Russian company currently holds a 10 % stake in RCom. The merged entity carries a debt of Rs 28,000 crore that each the businesses distribute equally. Let’s see however the 2 corporations push their freelance ventures along side the new entity which is able to be shortly established.