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16-May2018

ICICI Bank picks 17.94% stake in Gammon Infrastructure Projects

ICICI Bank has acquired 168,999,900 shares of Gammon Infrastructure Projects through pledge invocation. Accordingly, on May 14, 2018, the total equity shareholding of the bank stands at 17.94% in the company.

Gammon Infrastructure Projects is an infrastructure project development company incorporated by Gammon India, to participate in the development of infrastructure projects on a public private partnership (PPP) basis.



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