Home / News / Summit Bank Seeks Majority Shareholding Burj Bank

Summit Bank Seeks Majority Shareholding Burj Bank

Advertisement click on exit Close the Add

Summit Bank Seeks Majority Shareholding Burj Bank

Pakistanis saving money industry has seen a progression of fast improvements amid recent days as MCB Bank indicated enthusiasm for getting NIB Bank, Telenor Group procured 100 percent shares of Tameer Microfinance Bank and now Summit Bank has demonstrated its enthusiasm to obtain lion’s share shareholding in Burj Bank.

As indicated by authority warning issued to Pakistan Stock Exchange, the administration of Summit Bank has looked for an authorization from State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) to procure greater part of shareholding of no less than 51 percent in Burj Bank.

The bank administration educated its shareholders that it demonstrated its enthusiasm for the offer buy arrangement of Burj Bank, an undeniable Islamic Bank.

Burj Bank has as of now entered in converses with the administration of Summit Bank albeit national bank will give green sign to the administrations of two banks to continue further.

It is germane to specify here that Burj Bank got a proposition from Bank of Khyber in February 2016, preceding Summit Bank, which additionally looked for consent of State Bank of Pakistan for due constancy of Islamic Bank.

Advertisement click on exit Close the Add

As per Burj Bank’s arrangement that is specified in its money related report, bank’s administration has drawn in with different speculators, intrigued to put resources into the capital of the Bank…
Accordingly, the existing shareholders of the Burj Bank (consisting of 71.80% shareholding in the Bank) are working on the proposal with one of the potential investors to allow them to inject fresh capital in the Bank so as to acquire 51% or more shareholding in the Bank to comply with the minimum capital requirement of Rs 10 billion as stipulated by the SBP.

Last year in 2015, Burj Bank received a proposal from National Bank of Pakistan which conducted its due diligence with the permission of banking regulator but the managements of two banks could not seal any deal on sale and purchase of shares.

In 2014, Burj Bank also received an investment proposal from MCB Bank for purchase of its 55 percent shares but that deal also got stuck due to failure of negotiation between the management of the two banks.

It seems the management of Burj Bank is buying time from the central bank to meet minimum reserve levels and has received extensions from SBP multiple times since 2013.
The SBP has permitted the Bank an expansion in meeting the MCR of Rs. 10 billion till September-end 2015 and to keep up the CAR at 23% till such time. Be that as it may, the bank is still in transit as its paid-up capital stands at Rs 5.464 and capital ampleness proportion remains at 18.27 percent by end of September rather than 23 percent.

Additionally, Burj Bank has been in the red for past numerous years as it misfortunes remained at Rs 261 million before the end of second from last quarter of 2015 which were Rs 379 million in 2014…..

Advertisement click on exit Close the Add

Check Also

Madirakshi Mundle undergoes surgery!

Madirakshi Mundle undergoes surgery!

Advertisement click on exit Close the Add Your Browser Do not Support Iframe Television’s queen …