Kotak Mahindra Bank has acquired a 9.9 per cent stake in KFin Technologies by investing ₹310 crore
Dalal Street Investment Journal|Vol. 36. No. 22 • SEPT 27 - OCT 10, 2021
Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited announced that it has agreed to make an equity investment in KFin Technologies, a leading investor and issuer servicing platform. It shall acquire, subject to necessary approvals, approximately 9.9 per cent stake in KFin by investing around ₹310 crore as a primary infusion in the Company.

KFin Technologies Private Limited is the largest registrar and transfer agency and a market leader in the financial sector providing investor servicing. The company provides a wide array of financial technology solutions across a broad spectrum of asset classes spanning mutual funds, alternatives, insurance, and pension.

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