Firms of Ambani brothers still on top despite large exodus

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on January 23, 2018

Despite losing a large number of retail investors, five Reliance group companies (RIL and ADAG), still features among the top 10 companies in terms of largest number of shareholders.

The top 10 companies are RPower (37.82 lakh), RIL (27.44 lakh), RCom (16.35 lakh), SBI (11.95 lakh), RInfra (11.48 lakh), RCapital (10.25 lakh), Tata Steel (9.89 lakh), NHPC (9.56 lakh), Suzlon (8.77 lakh) and L&T (8.28 lakh).

SBI (3.55 lakh), ICICI Bank (1.99 lakh), Axis Bank (1.5 lakh), PNB (0.97 lakh) and ITC (0.84 lakh) were the top five gainers in terms of retail investors while RPower (-2.53 lakh), RIL (-1.51 lakh) Power Grid (-1.09 lakh), JSW Steel (-0.96 lakh) and RCap (-0.76 lakh) were the top five losers.

Jhunjhunwala’s wealth

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, along with his wife Rekha Jhunjhunwala, are the largest ‘individual’ public shareholders with a cumulative holding worth ₹8,331 crore for the quarter ending March 2015. The top five entities in terms of value of holdings in NSE listed companies, include LIC (₹3.89 lakh crore), Tobacco Manufacturers India (₹64,699 crore), Deutsche Bank Trust Cos Americas (₹53,148 crore), Europacific Growth Fund (₹47,659 crore) and SUUTI (₹42,276 crore).

Published on May 26, 2015

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