At the end of 2017-18, the total resources of REC stood over ₹2.46 lakh crore, of which reserves were ₹33,515.59 crore. The net worth of the company was ₹35,490 crore and cash and bank balance was ₹1,773 crore at the end of March 2018.
PFC's reserves and surplus stood at ₹37,221 crore, and cash and bank balance stood at ₹4,600 crore at the end of March 2018.
In a separate tweet, the fair trade regulator said it "finds no AAEC in respect of acquisition of EPC Construction India Ltd by Royale Partners Investment Fund Ltd."
AAEC refers to 'appreciable adverse effect on competition'.
Royale Partners, in a notice to CCI, said the proposed acquisition was filed by the Mauritius-based firm following a resolution plan under the corporate insolvency resolution process of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.
By way of the resolution plan, the firm proposed to indirectly acquire EPC Constructions by amalgamating the special purpose vehicle, its proposed wholly-owned subsidiary in India, with EPC Constructions, it added.
Further, the entity said that "pursuant to the amalgamation, EPC Constructions will be the surviving entity and will be under the sole control of Royale Partners", as per the notice.
EPC Constructions (formerly known as Essar Projects India Ltd) is engaged in the business of providing engineering, procurement and construction services to diverse industries in India, while Royale Partners is currently not engaged in the provision of any service or activity, or in the manufacture or sale of any products in India.
Accordingly, there are no overlapping business activities between Royale Partners and EPC Constructions.
This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text. Only the headline has been changed.
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