When did DHFL go Public? When was its last rights issue?
Here’s the dateline of DHFL as a public company:
IPO: February, 1985
Rights Issue: 2:1, April, 1992
Rights Issue: 1:1, September, 1994
Rights Issue: 3:10, August, 2000
Rights Issue: 4:10, December, 2004
What is the total number of Equity subscribed and paid up?
` 128,42,02,400 comprising of 12,84,20,240 shares of ` 10 each
What is the dividend history?
You can study the DHFL dividend history below:
Who are DHFL's statutory auditors?
Following are the details of DHFL’s joint auditors:
How many employees does DHFL currently have?
1,891 employees as on 13th February, 2014.
Who are the Registrars and Share Transfer Agents of DHFL?
The contact details of Registrars and Share Transfer Agents of DHFL are:
Where is the registered, corporate and national of DHFL located?
The contact details of the DHFL Registered Office is:
Warden House, Sir P.M. Road,
Fort, Mumbai 400001.
Phone No.: (91-22) 2202 9900 / 2204 7092
Fax: (91-22) 2287 1985
The contact details of the DHFL Corporate Office with effect from 25th February, 2014 is:
10th Floor, TCG Financial Centre,
BKC Road, Bandra Kurla Complex,
Mumbai – 400051.
Phone No.: (91-22) 6600 6999
Fax No. (91-22) 6600 6998
The contact details of the DHFL National Office with effect from 25th February, 2014 is:
6th Floor, HDIL towers,
Anant Kanekar Road, Station Road,
Bandra (East), Mumbai – 400051
Phone No.: (91-22) 7158 3333/2658 3333
Fax No. (91-22) 26583344
On which Stock Exchanges are the shares of DHFL listed?
DHFL shares are listed on Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd. (511072) and National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. (DHFL)
What is the procedure to be followed to transfer shares and bonds?
SEBI has made it compulsory to trade in DHFL shares only in the Electronic Form with effect from January 04, 1999. Therefore the transfer of shares will take place in electronic form through National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) and Central Depository Services (India) Limited. Shares can however, be held in physical form (less than 500 shares).
In case of bonds in the nature of Promissory Notes the investor is required to fill the Notification and Mandate (NAM) Form and no stamp duty is required.
In case of bonds in the nature of debentures you are required to execute a transfer deed which can be obtained from the offices of stockbrokers/ stock exchanges. Stamp duty is applicable @ 0.5% on the market value and is to be affixed on the reverse of the transfer deed. The maximum stamp duty payable is Rs.10, 000/- in respect of debentures.
How do you open a Depository account?
A Depository account can be opened with one of the participants of NSDL/CDSL by filling an Account Opening Form. Thereafter, you will receive an account number.