Nov,2011 : Tata Sons, the holding company of the $83-billion Tata Group, has proposed a bonusissue after 12 years on the back of a robust year when it doubled its profits.
The company is on course to allot five shares for every share held by its shareholders (5:1), expanding its equity base six times. In the last 14 years, this is the third time Tata Sons is rewarding its shareholders through a bonus issue. The previous two, each in the ratio of 1:2, were in 1999 and 1997.
The bonus issue decision by the unlisted Tata Sons board comes at a time when the firm is set to see a change at the helm, with its current chairman Ratan Tata stepping down in December 2012. In addition to the bonus issue, the company is also paying a dividend of Rs 8,000 per share of face value Rs 1,000.
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