Kishore Biyani’s Future Group will to sell Reliance Industries Limited’s retail arm to Reliance Retail Ventures Limited. It will sell at a retail price of Rs 511 crore. Isha Ambani said that This agreement has given us a home for the future group. In addition, she said the business is the best form and brand in the environment. It has an important role to play in modern retail expansion in India.
According to the company listed, Future Group will get revamped after transferring assets and liabilities. However, major group firms will merge into Future Enterprises Limited.
Deven Chokse, Manager, KR Chokse Investment said
Deven Chokse, Manager, KR Chokse Investment said that the Reliance has made an initial investment of Rs 30,000 crore and further investment of Rs 24,000 crore. He also said that Reliance Retail’s grocery business is worth around Rs 35,000 crore, while Future Group’s grocery business is worth around Rs 300,000 crore,
After the acquisition, Reliance Retail will be the largest grocery retailer in the country. In fact, Reliance retail will have a turnover of around Rs 65,000 crore. This is a positive plan for the bank and Reliance Retail, Chokse said.
Lakshya Investments founder Sameer Kalra told that, This is a positive plan for the bank and Reliance Retail. As Reliance’s growing transaction geometry product portfolio will account for 1/3rd of India’s combined retail market. Referring to Future Group’s large debt pile, Kalra said banks should avoid the IBC process.
Kishore Biyani is great sellers in India, but his group is struggling to pay the huge debt bill. The bill of around Rs 1,000 crore. In fact, in the last week, Future Retail Ltd. held a last-minute mortgage.
In fact, at one point the assumption was that the seed would successfully sue Amazon Retail as White Knight. It didn’t go beyond low investment. Yet Also, she worked for Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Retail, another subsidiary of RIL in India.
Future Retail Limited., Future Lifestyle Fashion Ltd., Future Consumer Ltd., Future Consumer Limited and the future of Future Market Network Limited will change in the first phase.
In a first step
- Futures Enterprises will give nine shares to Future Consumer shareholders for every 10 shares they hold.
- Future Enterprises will give Future Lifestyle Fashion shareholders 116 shares for 10 shares each.
- Future Group gives 18 shares to Future Market Network shareholders for every 10 shares.
- The Future Retail Limited will issue 101 shares for each of its 10 shareholders.
- Also, Future Enterprises will issue 131 shares to the Future Supply Chain shareholders for every 10 shares.
In the second phase
- Future Enterprises Reliance Retail and Fashion Lifestyle Ltd. Big Bazaar, FBB, Foodhall, Azid, Eucalyptus, Central & Brand owned Reliance Retail and Fashion Lifestyle Ltd. Will do whole retail and wholesale business. The factory will sell for Rs 5,628.33 crore.
- Reliance will take some loans and current payments as part of the retail business and repay the remaining cash.
- Future Enterprises will move funds from logistics and warehouse to Logistics Retail Ventures Ltd. In fact, It’s saleably for Rs 25.22 crore.
In the third stage
- Reliance Retail and Fashion Lifestyle FEL will invest Rs 1,200 crore in preferred shares for 0.0% share capital.
- It will also invest Rs 400 crore for FEL warrants. After conversion, the investment will be Rs 1,600 crore, with an additional share of 0.0%.
- Also, shares and warrants around Rs. 1665 Cr will pay. As a result, they value the rest of the company at around Rs 21,309 crore.
However, this restructuring and transaction, Future Group will provide a holistic solution to the challenges. Covid-19 posed macro economic environment.
Kishore Biyani, Group CEO, Future Group
Reliance Retail Ventures said in a statement that the total market value of the recession would be Rs 24,713 crore. With an investment of Rs 2,800 crore in FEL, the deal size is Rs 2251 Crore. It also further can extended up to Rs 5,653. The transfer of retail, wholesale, logistics and warehouse assets includes Rs 1 crore. Also, some debts in the recession sale and Rs 100 crore compensation to FEL for the seller’s liability. The agreement includes a loan transfer of about Rs 18,000 crore.
The remaining FMCG will be a joint venture between FEL Insurance Joint Venture and NTC Mills. It’s between Commodity Production and Distribution and Integrated Fashion Sourcing and Manufacturing Business and General.
Kishore Biyani is one of the first back box retailers in India. He has been in the business of large retail and consumer products. As of March, the group had 1,388 stores under Future Retail Umbrella and 348 stores under Future Lifestyle Fashion Limited.
Covid 19 outbreak and its effect:
According to data, Future Group had a debt of Rs 1,00,000 crore for the year ended March 2020
However, it mortgages promoters of listed companies in most seed groups up to 70% in some subsidiaries Covid-19 outbreak and the ensuing national lockdown have disrupted shares of these companies since the beginning of the year.
In fact, Biyani has a majority stake in these listed entities through four companies, Central Department Store Pvt. Ltd. and Future Corporate Resources Pvt. Ltd. Future Capital Investment Pvt. Ltd. and Raika Commercial Ventures Pvt.
Also, the full range of advertiser loans is not publicly available. The total debt of Future Corporate Resources and Central Divisional Stores is approximately 8,519 crore. Also, it’s for the year ended March 2019.
Excluding the restructuring and sale of Future Enterprises, the company had a net profit of Rs 78.7 crore. However, two margins for the nine months to December 2020, respectively will be 640 crore and 24%. However, revenue rose 1% to Rs 5,822 crore and net profit fell less than a quarter to Rs 225 crore.
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