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FIIs raise their holdings in select private banks during third-quarter, Bandhan Bank tops the list

Updated : 2020-02-14 07:45:09

During the third quarter of this fiscal, foreign institutional investors raised their holdings in private banks despite the economic slowdown and weak asset quality. Bandhan Bank stood first on the list with a 7 percent increase in FII holdings during Q3FY20 while Axis Bank stood last with a decline of 0.44 percent in FII holdings. Here's the list of all large private banks in India that saw an increase/decline in FII holdings during the September-December quarter:

Bandhan Bank witnessed the most attention from the foreign institutional investors (FII) in the third quarter this fiscal despite falling 4.58 percent in the last one year. FII holdings rallied to 13.92 percent in December 2019 from 6.91 percent in September 2019, a difference of 7.01 percent. (Image: Reuters)
Bandhan Bank witnessed the most attention from the foreign institutional investors (FII) in the third quarter this fiscal despite falling 4.58 percent in the last one year. FII holdings rallied to 13.92 percent in December 2019 from 6.91 percent in September 2019, a difference of 7.01 percent. (Image: Reuters)
ICICI Bank stood next in line where FII increased its holdings in this stock to 45.81 percent in December 2019 from 40.81 percent in September last year. The stock gave 58.59 percent returns to its shareholders in the last one year. (Image: Reuters)
ICICI Bank stood next in line where FII increased its holdings in this stock to 45.81 percent in December 2019 from 40.81 percent in September last year. The stock gave 58.59 percent returns to its shareholders in the last one year. (Image: Reuters)
IndusInd Bank reported a weak Q3 but stood third in the list where FII increased its holdings in the bank to 55.22 percent in December from 52.10 percent in September last year. (Image: Company)
IndusInd Bank reported a weak Q3 but stood third in the list where FII increased its holdings in the bank to 55.22 percent in December from 52.10 percent in September last year. (Image: Company)
AU Small Finance Bank rallied the most among private banks in the last one year. It climbed 98 percent but saw only a 1.29 percent increase in FII holdings during September-December 2019. (Stock Image)
AU Small Finance Bank rallied the most among private banks in the last one year. It climbed 98 percent but saw only a 1.29 percent increase in FII holdings during September-December 2019. (Stock Image)
HDFC Bank is India's largest private bank that saw only 0.28 percent rise in FII holdings during September-December 2019. The Bank's share price surged 16.03 percent during September-December 2019. (Image: Reuters)
HDFC Bank is India's largest private bank that saw only 0.28 percent rise in FII holdings during September-December 2019. The Bank's share price surged 16.03 percent during September-December 2019. (Image: Reuters)
Kotak Mahindra Bank is the third-largest private bank in India. FIIs reduced their holdings in the stock to 39.75 percent in December 2019 from 40.15 percent in September 2019.  (Image: Reuters)
Kotak Mahindra Bank is the third-largest private bank in India. FIIs reduced their holdings in the stock to 39.75 percent in December 2019 from 40.15 percent in September 2019.  (Image: Reuters)
Axis Bank stood last in this list with FIIs reducing their holdings to 48.35 percent in December 2019 from 48.79 percent in September last year. The share price also rose only 7 percent in the last one year. (Image: Reuters)
Axis Bank stood last in this list with FIIs reducing their holdings to 48.35 percent in December 2019 from 48.79 percent in September last year. The share price also rose only 7 percent in the last one year. (Image: Reuters)
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