BHEL pays highest dividend in the last four years on enhanced equity capital

A cheque of Rs 236.15 crore was presented to union minister of heavy industries and public enterprises Anant Geete

GN Bureau | November 1, 2018


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BHEL has paid a final equity dividend of 51 per cent for 2017-18 fiscal. With this, the total dividend paid for the year stands at 91 per cent, on the enhanced equity share capital post bonus, including an interim dividend of 40 per cent, paid earlier.

 
BHEL has handed over a cheque of Rs 236.15 crore for 2017-18 FY on the equity (63.06 per cent) held by the centre was presented to union minister of heavy industries and public enterprises Anant Geete and minister of state for heavy industries and public enterprises Babul Supriyo by BHEL CMD Atul Sobti.
 

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