Budget 2019: TCS, Wipro, D-Mart promoters need to off-load Rs 3.8 lakh crore to meet shareholding norms

FM Sitharaman has urged Sebi to reduce maximum promoter shareholding from the current level of 75% to 65%; If Sebi follows the government proposal, 1,174 listed companies will have to meet the requirement

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