As on 31 March 2017, Government of India held around 61.23% equity shares in SBI. The Life Insurance Corporation of India, itself state-owned, is the largest non-promoter shareholder in the company with 8.82% shareholding.
Which stocks are owned by SBI?
|Stock||Holding Value (Rs.)||Sep 2020 %|
|SBI Life Insurance Company Ltd.||60,639.3 Cr||55.5%|
|UTI Asset Management Company Ltd.||1,232.4 Cr||10.0%|
|Suzlon Energy Ltd.||331.5 Cr||4.6%|
|SBI Cards and Payment Services Ltd.||56,325.6 Cr||69.5%|
Share Holding Pattern (% of Shares Held)
|CATEGORY OF SHAREHOLDER||Total Number of Shares||Percentage ShareHolding (%)|
|Individuals (upto Rs. 1 lakh)||44,60,55,145||5.07|
As per the latest corporate shareholdings filed, President Of India publicly holds 78 stocks with a net worth of over Rs. 1,467,852.8 Cr.
|Stock||State Bank of India|
|Jun 2021 %||–|
|Mar 2021 %||57.6%|
|Dec 2020 %||57.6%|
|Sep 2020 %||57.6%|
Who is CEO of SBI?
Shri Dinesh Kumar Khara, Chairman
|1.||Shri Dinesh Kumar Khara||Chairman|
|2.||Shri C.S. Setty||Managing Director|
|3.||Shri Ashwani Bhatia||Managing Director|
|4.||Shri Swaminathan J.||Managing Director|
Who is the SBI governor?
List of chairmen of the State Bank of India
|Chairperson of the State Bank of India|
|Incumbent Dinesh Kumar Khara, since 7 October 2020|
|Appointer||Government of India (Assumed office on 07 october 20 under Narendra Modi Government)|
|Term length||Three years|
|Constituting instrument||the State Bank of India Act, 1955|
Why is SBI different from other banks?
Let us have a look at the broad parameters respect to which SBI is different from other banks. SBI is almost wholly owned by the RBI, while the subsidiary banks are almost owned by the SBI. On the other hand nationalised banks are almost wholly owned by the Government of India.
Is SBI a holding company?
July 1 – Changed name to SBI Holdings, Inc., and transitioned to a holding company structure.
What type of bank is SBI?
State Bank of India (SBI) a Fortune 500 company, is an Indian Multinational, Public Sector Banking and Financial services statutory body headquartered in Mumbai.
Who are the promoters of PNB?
The Shareholding Pattern page of Punjab National Bank presents the Promoter’s holding, FII’s holding, DII’s Holding, and Share holding by general public etc.
|Shareholding Pattern – Punjab National Bank|
|Holder’s Name||No of Shares||% Share Holding|
Is SBI a government bank?
State Bank of India (SBI), state-owned commercial bank and financial services company, nationalized by the Indian government in 1955. SBI maintains thousands of branches throughout India and offices in dozens of countries throughout the world. The bank’s headquarters are in Mumbai.
Which banks merged with SBI?
State Bank of India, Bank of Baroda Punjab National Bank, Canara Bank, Union Bank of India, Indian Bank will be the six merged banks. And, Indian Overseas Bank, UCO Bank, Bank of Maharashtra and Punjab and Sind Bank, which have a strong regional focus, will remain independent entities.
Who is the promoter of Tata Motors?
The Shareholding Pattern page of Tata Motors Ltd. presents the Promoter’s holding, FII’s holding, DII’s Holding, and Share holding by general public etc.
|Shareholding Pattern – Tata Motors Ltd.|
How many subsidiaries does SBI have?
Seven subsidiaries of SBI are:
State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur. State Bank of Hyderabad. State Bank of Indore merged in 2009. State Bank of Mysore.
Who hold the largest stock portfolio in India?
Rakesh jhunjhunwala is one of the biggest investor/trader in the Indian markets. A qualified chartered accountant manages his own portfolio with his asset management company Rare Enterprises. He believes In the value investing concept and well known for finding gems from the universe of stocks.
What is the salary of SBI Chairman?
The country’s largest lender, State Bank of India (SBI) paid its chief Rajnish Kumar a little over ₹30 lakhs in FY20, according to its annual report. Its private sector rival HDFC Bank paid more than ₹15 crore, excluding stock options and perks to its chief Aditya Puri, shows the lender’s annual report.