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Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, November 25, 2020
How the 64-year-old Life Insurance Corporation should be valued for stock market listing


BusinessToday.In
August 7, 2020
Weakening financials coupled with rising NPAs and issues such as increasing exposure in sectors badly hit by pandemic could pose hurdles in government's plan to sell around 10 per cent stake in insurance behemoth via a share sale


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 19, 2020
The government will engage two pre-IPO transaction advisers for what could be the largest ever IPO in India. LIC is a fully-owned government entity, which has delivered strong performance over the years


Kunal Sanghavi
February 12, 2020
While the government divests its stake in LIC, it should also shoulder the responsibility of creating other huge profit-making companies with large market capitalisation, whose reserves can support the Indian economy for key investments and in times of distress as well


Team BT
New Delhi, February 4, 2020
A dozen experts interpret Budget 2020 and its impact


BusinessToday.In
February 4, 2020
LIC IPO news: The unions, which staged agitations on Monday during lunch break, held an hour-long protest strike on Tuesday as well


Nevin John
New Delhi, February 1, 2020
Budget 2020: Industry leaders are not optimistic about the disinvestment and asset sale plan of the government as fetching the right price could be difficult in the current turbulent market.


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, June 26, 2018
The IDBI bank has been running low on capital. The bank also has gross NPAs of 27 per cent. If one includes stressed loans, more than one-third of its book will be classified as stressed.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, January 30, 2018
BT's panel of experts takes a close look at what to expect in Arun Jaitley's last big Budget.


Anand Adhikari
Delhi, January 28, 2015
And they have just four years to do so. The list includes State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank and Canara Bank.


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