“….the members of the company have duly passed the special resolution approving the Buyback,” TCS stated in a regulatory submitting on Wednesday.
The voting, which began on October 20 and ended on November 18, noticed 99.57 per cent of the votes being solid in favour of the buyback supply.
There was 100 per cent voting in favour of the proposal by the promoters, 98.11 per cent by public institutional shareholders and 98.43 per cent by different shareholders.
TCS’ smaller rival Wipro has additionally introduced an as much as Rs 9,500-crore buyback plan at Rs 400 per fairness share.
TCS CEO and Managing Director Rajesh Gopinathan had earlier stated the corporate is targeted on its coverage to return capital to shareholders.
The Mumbai-based firm’s money reserves stood at Rs 58,500 crore as of September 2020.
Last yr, TCS had supplied a particular dividend and this time it’s endeavor a buyback, he had famous.
In October final yr, TCS’ board had declared a particular dividend of Rs 40 per fairness share.
In 2018, TCS had undertaken a share buyback of about Rs 16,000 crore.
In 2017 too the corporate had performed the same share buy train.
The firm had stated its buyback supply was a part of its long-term capital allocation coverage of returning extra money to shareholders.