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Deal Flow – 01/02: Vijay Kishanlal Kedia buys into Speciality Restaurants and Wallfort Financial Services sells Patel Integrated Logistics

Here is the “Deal Flow (Summary of Bulk & Block Deals)” of the data that is revealed in the markets. This has been collated and curated to make trade-able sense.

A Bulk Deal is a trade, where total quantity bought or sold is more than 0.5% of the number of equity shares of the company. A trade, with a minimum quantity of 5,00,000 shares or minimum value of Rs.5 crore executed through a single transaction on this separate window of the stock exchange will constitute a Block Deal.
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Speciality Restaurants

Speciality Restaurants Limited is an Indian restaurant company that owns multiple chains of fine and casual dining restaurants in India, Bangladesh and Tanzania. Speciality Restaurants Limited also owns and operates confectionery stores. The company has its registered office in Kolkata and head office in Mumbai with presence in twenty-five cities across three countries.

Speciality Restaurants Limited was started in 1992 by Anjan Chatterjee. The company’s first restaurant was started in 1992 in Mumbai and was called “Only Fish”. In 1994, the company started two new brands “Oh! Calcutta” and “Mainland China” (both in Mumbai). The first outlet of Mainland China was started in Saki Naka.

Kedia Securities aka Big Whale Vijay Kishanlal Kedia purchased 350,000 shares or 0.75%.


Patel Integrated Logistics

Patel Integrated Logistics Ltd. is an India-based logistics company. The Company operates through the following business divisions: Patel Roadways, Patel Retail, POBC and Patel Airfreight Domestic and POBC and Patel Airfreight International. The Patel Roadways division has the conventional surface transport business which is used in the movement of industrial raw material and finished products like chemicals, machinery, plastic, steel and consumer products. The Patel Retail division provides premium door-to-door express cargo service to over 250 branches serving more than 400 delivery stations. The POBC and Patel Airfreight Domestic division carries on the business of air cargo consolidation in the domestic markets. The Patel Airfreight International division is in the business of wholesale courier consolidation for International Sectors as well as Airfreight.

Wallfort Financial Services sold 85,000 shares or 0.56%.

Wallfort Financial Services is a Small Cap company operating in Finance sector. It is a institutional stock broker and offers both institutional stockbroking services and corporate advisory focusing on banks, financial institutions, mutual funds and foreign institutional investors. Wallfort Financial Services is listed in Bombay Stock Exchange.


Check out the Deal Flow for the other days:

Deal Flow – 29/01: Dilipkumar Lakhi – the CEO of Lakhi Group buys 1.35% in TRF Limited (A Tata Enterprise)

Deal Flow – 28/01: Promoters buy over 3% of Allsec Technologies sold by Big Whale Bharat Jayantilal Patel and Hridaynath Consultancy

Deal Flow – 27/01: GMO Emerging Domestic Opportunities Fund buys Sangam (India) while Mentor Capital sells

Deal Flow – 25/01: Copthall Mauritius (subsidiary of J.P.Morgan Chase & Co.) buys KNR Constructions, Atyant Capital & Directors of Kedaara Capital sell Ponni Sugars (Erode) & Sasken Communications to Vanderbilt University and Vistar Financiers buy ECE Industries

Deal Flow – 21/01: Morgan Stanley dumps GATI, First State Asia Pacific Leaders Fund buys Marico from Arisaig India Fund and Tech Mahindra from New Perspective Fund

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