Indian court docket delivers split verdict over PNB-Carlyle portion deal

A gardener waters a backyard in front of an commercial for India's PNB Housing Finance Ltd. preliminary public offering (IPO) in Mumbai, India, October 25, 2016. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade/Recordsdata

MUMBAI, Aug 9 (Reuters) - India's Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) has delivered a split verdict over PNB Housing Finance's 400 billion rupee ($5.4 billion) portion allocation to a community of investors led by Carlyle Community, a judgement considered by Reuters showed.

In an interim provide an explanation for, SAT restricted PNB Housing Finance from disclosing the outcomes of shareholder votes on the deal.

"In explore of the variation of thought between the contributors of the board we mutter the interim provide an explanation for to continue till additional orders," the 56-page provide an explanation for read.

The PNB-Carlyle deal had been challenged by the Securities and Substitute Board of India (SEBI), which had requested the firm to stall it till it undertook an impartial valuation.

PNB Housing Finance challenged SEBI's orders within the SAT, questioning its authority to fabricate such interventions.

SEBI questioned the deal after an institutional funding advisory company acknowledged it used to be unfair to minority shareholders.

($1 = 74.3130 Indian rupees)

Reporting by Nupur Anand; Bettering by Alexander Smith

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