बेटे ने रातों रात बदल दी अनिल अंबानी की किस्मत, पिता के 100 करोड़ को बना दिया 2700 करोड़
Wherever it is talked about in the whole world, the name of the Ambani household is definitely included.
Mukesh Ambani's younger brother Anil Ambani is once again in the headlines. But this time not because of his debt, but because of his son. In fact, Anil Ambani's eldest son, Jai Anmol Ambani, gave his father a profit of 2600 crores in his first business deal. Anmol has sold 60% stake in Reliance Group, for Rs 1,700 crore, in the British game development company Codemasters.
Reliance Capital, Anil Ambani's company bought 90 percent stake of codemasters in the year 2009, for Rs 100 crore, which has now become approximately 27 thousand crore rupees. Codemasters are listed companies, on the London Stock Exchange. The company, which started in 1986, was recognized by the F-1 video game. The company has four branches, three of which are in UK and fourth in Kuala Lumpur of Malaysia. According to the filing given to BSE, after the sale of a stake in 1700 crore, the 29% stake in Reliance Group's company has remained, which is valued at Rs 1,000 crore.
Anmol has studied from Warwick's Business School near London, and joined the Reliance Group after doing two months internship in 2014. After that he joined Reliance Capital's board in 2016.
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