NEW DELHI: Markets controller Sebi has requested connection of financial balances and additionally share and common store property of defaulter businessperson Vijay Mallya-drove United Breweries (Holding) Ltd to recoup levy totaling Rs 18.5 lakh.
The choice has been taken after UBHL neglected to pay the fine forced on it. In 2015, Sebi had required a fine of Rs 15 lakh on the organization for exposure slips with respect to creation and conjuring of certain promise exchanges in offers of United Spirits.
The pending contribution — totaling Rs 18.5 lakh — incorporate the underlying fine of Rs 15 lakh and enthusiasm of Rs 3.5 lakh and a recuperation cost of Rs 1,000.
In a connection see dated November 13, Sebi asked banks, vaults and common assets not to permit any charge from the records of UBHL. In any case, credits have been allowed.
Further, Sebi has guided the banks to connect all records, including lockers, held by the defaulter.
“There is adequate motivation to trust that the defaulter may discard the sums in the financial balances and securities in the demat accounts held with your bank, vault, shared reserve, and acknowledgment of sum due under the declaration would in outcome be postponed or deterred,” Sebi said.
Mallya held 7.91 for each penny stake in UBHL in his own ability as of December 2016 while the aggregate promoter holding through different elements remains at 52.34 for every penny, as indicated by the most recent BSE information. He has been in the UK since he exited India on March 2, 2016.