Infosys completes acquisition of 75% stake in ABN AMRO Bank subsidiary Stater – Firstpost

Infosys completes acquisition of 75% stake in ABN amro bank subsidiary stater.. firstpost. infosys to buy 75% stake in ABN Amro’s mortgage administration services for $143.53 mn. Infosys and ABN AMRO have entered into a strategic partnership wherein Infosys will acquire 75% of shares in.

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Infosys completes acquisition of 75% stake in ABN AMRO Bank subsidiary Stater. In March, the country’s second largest IT services firm had said it will acquire 75 per cent stake in Stater for 127.5 million euros (about Rs 989 crore).

IT services major Infosys Friday said it has completed the acquisition of 75 per cent shareholding in ABN AMRO Bank’s wholly-owned Stater NV.. In March, the country’s second largest IT services firm had said it will acquire 75 per cent stake in Stater for 127.5 million euros (about Rs 989 crore). ABN AMRO continues to hold the remaining 25 per cent.

India’s second largest IT services firm Infosys Thursday said it will acquire 75 per cent stake in ABN AMRO Bank’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Stater, for 127.5 million euros (about Rs 989 crore).

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Infosys completes acquisition of 75% stake in ABN AMRO Bank subsidiary Stater In March, the country’s second largest IT services firm had said it will acquire 75% stake in Stater for 127.5 million.

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Infosys completes acquisition of 75% stake in ABN AMRO Bank subsidiary Stater Economic Times In March, the country’s second largest IT services firm had said it will acquire 75 per cent stake in Stater for 127.5 million euros (about Rs 989 crore).

Infosys completes buyout of 75% stake in ABN AMRO Bank subsidiary IT services major Infosys Friday said it has completed the acquisition of 75 per cent shareholding in ABN AMRO Bank’s wholly-owned Stater NV.

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Infosys completes acquisition of 75% stake in ABN AMRO Bank subsidiary Stater Updated : May 24, 2019 01:07 PM IST In March, the country’s second largest IT services firm had said it will acquire 75 percent stake in Stater for 127.5 million euros (about Rs 989 crore).