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THE STATE BANK OF INDIA (SUBSIDIARY BANKS LAWS) AMENDMENT ACT, 2007

Title : THE STATE BANK OF INDIA (SUBSIDIARY BANKS LAWS) AMENDMENT ACT, 2007

Year : 2007



For section 5 of the State Bank of Saurashtra Act, 1950 (hereafter in this Chapter referred to as the State Bank of Saurashtra Act), the following section shall be substituted, namely:-

"5. Authorised Capital-

(1) Subject to the provisions of this Act, the authorised capital of the Saurashtra Bank shall be rupees five hundred crores.

(2) The authorised capital of the Saurashtra Bank shall be divided into shares of one hundred rupees each or of such denomination as the Saurashtra Bank may, with the approval of the State Bank, decide.

(3) The Saurashtra Bank may issue the certificates of shares of equivalent values of such denomination as the Saurashtra Bank may decide with the approval of the State Bank, in accordance with the procedure as may be specified by regulations made under section 63 of the State Bank of India (Subsidiary Banks) Act, 1959 (38 of 1959) and every shareholder of the Saurashtra Bank shall be entitled to have the certificate of shares of equivalent value of such denomination.

(4) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), the State Bank may, with the approval of the Reserve Bank, authorise the Saurashtra Bank to increase or reduce its authorised capital.



In section 6 of the State Bank of Saurashtra Act,-

(a) After sub-section (1), the following sub-section shall be inserted, namely:-

"(1A) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), the issued capital of the Saurashtra Bank, shall consist of such amount as the State Bank may, with the approval of the Reserve Bank, fix, and, shall be divided into fully paid-up shares of such denomination in accordance with sub-section (2) of section 5.";
(b) for sub-section (3), the following sub-sections shall be substituted, namely:-

"(3) The Saurashtra Bank may, from time to time, with the approval of the State Bank and the Reserve Bank, increase, whether by public issue or by preferential allotment or private placement in accordance with the procedure as may be specified by regulations made under section 63 of the State Bank of India (Subsidiary Banks) Act, 1959(38 of 1959), its issued capital by issue of equity or preference shares.

(3A) The issued capital of the Saurashtra Bank shall consist of equity shares or equity and preference shares:

Provided that the issue of preference shares shall be in accordance with the guidelines framed by the Reserve Bank specifying the class of preference shares, the extent of issue of each class of such preference shares (whether perpetual or irredeemable or redeemable) and the terms and conditions subject to which, each class of preference shares may be issued.

(3B) The Saurashtra Bank may, with the approval of the State Bank and the Reserve Bank, increase from time to time by way of issuing bonus shares to existing equity shareholders, its issued capital in such manner as the State Bank, with the approval of the Reserve Bank, direct.

(3C) No increase or reduction in the issued capital of the Saurashtra Bank shall be made in such a manner that the State Bank holds at any time less than fifty-one per cent. of the issued capital consisting of equity shares of the Saurashtra Bank.

(3D) The Saurashtra. Bank may accept the money in respect of shares issued towards increase in issued capital in instalments, make calls and forfeit unpaid shares and re-issue them, in the manner as may be specified by regulations made under section 63 of the State Bank of India (Subsidiary Banks) Act, 1959 (38 of 1959)".


Last updated on May, 2016

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