SKS Micro seeks shareholders’ nod for shifting registered office to Mumbai

G. Naga Sridhar Hyderabad | Updated on July 28, 2012 Published on July 28, 2012

SKS Microfinance Ltd has sought shareholders’ approval for shifting the registered office from Andhra Pradesh to Maharashtra.

The Hyderabad-based company has served a postal ballot notice to the sharedholders in this regard, according to a disclosure to the Bombay Stock Exchange.

Though it only mentions Maharashtra as the proposed location for the new registered office, SKS had hinted earlier that it could be Mumbai.

Citing the AP Microfinance (Regulation of Moneylending) Act, 2010 and subsequence halt to MFI operations in the State, SKS said the proposal to move out of Andhra Pradesh was “to explore new areas of business’’.


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Published on July 28, 2012
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