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TVSIS has stakes in multiple group companies, owned by third generation, all cousins.
TVSIS has stakes in a number of team organizations, owned by 3rd era, all cousins.

CHENNAI: The $8 billion TVS team, among the biggest automobile components makers in the country, might be near to finalising a household settlement in shareholding structure of the holding corporation Television set Sundram Iyengar & Sons (TVSIS), as discussions within the members to simplify the interlocking ownership designs have achieved a finality.

When there is no dispute within the household and the settlement is absolutely amicable, the plan is to hammer out a structure that will stop probable upcoming disputes among subsequent gen household members pertaining to administration and ownership of team organizations.

TVSIS has stakes in a number of team organizations, owned by 3rd era, all cousins. The senior most, Suresh Krishna, chairman of Sundram Fasteners is the chairman of the holding corporation. These discussions have been heading on for all around 4-five yrs.

A TVSIS spokesman refused to comment on the matter. It is learnt that JM Fiscal is dealing with the settlement. The contours of the settlement is not immediately regarded.

The restructuring will permit each household within the team to independent their share in team organizations and have them independently. The plan is to simplify the holdings on the basis of the ownership in team organizations. For case in point, TVSIS holds stake in the older good deal of organizations like Sundram Fasteners, Sundaram Clayton, Lucas TVS, Wheels India among other people.

Take Sundaram Clayton, managed by Venu Srinivasan. TVSIS holds virtually 19% stake whilst one more team corporation Southern Roadways owns virtually fifteen% stake.

Sundaram Clayton for its portion owns 57.4% in TVS Motor, the group’s only B2C business. Equally TVSIS owns just over twenty five% in Sundram Fasteners, (managed by Suresh Krishna), whilst Southern Railways owns just over 24%.

In Wheels India, managed by Ram Santhanam and his brother Viji Santhanam, the TVSIS stake is twenty.4% whilst Southern Railways owns just over 9%.

Other organizations which include TVS Tyres and India Nippon Electricals are operate by 3rd era household members.

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