Darwin Platform Group, SBI Caps discuss unsolicited bid for Jet Airways


Officials of Darwin Platform Group of Companies and SBI Caps Wednesday held discussions on the Group’s unsolicited bid for crisis-hit Jet Airways. Darwin Platform Group, which has investments across various sectors including oil and gas, hospitality and realty, among others has offered Rs 14,000 crore to acquire the grounded airline, its CEO Rahul Ganpule said. The Group had participated in expression of interest (EoI) and also submitted its financial bid on May 8, he said.

“They (SBI Caps) had called us. We wanted to understand the liability and assets of Jet Airways,” Ganpule told reporters after the meeting. He said the Group had done due diligence before submitting the financial bids but wanted some more details which were not publicly available.

Ganpule said there is limited information available about the airline in Registrar of Companies and other public sources, and has requested SBI Caps to provide more details about the actual liability of the airline. Read More

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