According to the said plans, bank will first approach the centre for a capital infusion. After that, it will explore other options to raise the fund, including an employee stock option plan (ESOP), media reports said citing Pawan Kumar Bajaj, Managing Director and CEO.
Further, the bank will keep focus on real estate, agriculture and MSME segments in the next quarter. Its housing loan business witnessed a 32% growth, and car loans segment grew by 18%.
United Bank of India’s share price is currently at Rs12.42, up by Rs1.16 or 10.3% from its previous closing of Rs11.26 on the BSE.
The scrip has opened at Rs11.80. It has touched a high and low of Rs12.79 and Rs11.80, respectively. So far, 20,18,019 (NSE+BSE) shares have been traded on the counter. The current market cap of the company is Rs3,386.43cr.