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Not Narayan or Sudha Murthy, this family member holds the maximum shares of Infosys

Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy has recently gifted shares worth Rs 240 crore of the company to his grandson Ekagraha Murthy. But do you know how many shares of Infosys are owned by which member of the Murthy family?

Whenever the name of the first generation businessman is taken in the country, the name of Infosys co-founder Narayan Murthy is definitely taken. He is often in the news for his statements, but this time he is in the news for giving a gift of Rs 240 crore to his grandson Ekagra Murthy.

He has given 0.04 percent stake in Infosys to his 4-year-old grandson Ekagraha. These are about 15 lakh shares of Infosys. Narayana Murthy now has 0.36 percent stake left in Infosys. Do you know which member of the Murthy family holds how much stake in Infosys?

Sudha Murthy is the owner of so many

Narayana Murthy’s wife Sudha Murthy has recently been nominated as a member of Rajya Sabha. It is said that he had given Rs 10,000 from his savings to Narayan Murthy to start Infosys. But despite this he has very little stake in Infosys. He holds only 0.93 percent shares of Infosys which are 3.45 crore in number.

This is why Akshata Murthy is richer than the Queen of Britain

Narayana Murthy’s daughter Akshata Murthy is the wife of British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. He also has 3.89 crore shares of Infosys. His stake in Infosys is about 1.05 percent. This is the reason why when his net worth is calculated, his wealth is more than that of the Queen of Britain.

Son has the most shares

Rohan Murthy, son of Narayan and Sudha Murthy, holds the majority stake in Infosys. He holds 1.64 percent stake in the company. This amounts to approximately 6.8 crore shares. Recently, Narayan Murthy has also gifted 0.04 percent shares to his own son Ekagraha Murthy. This is the reason why the opinion of the Murthy family is important even today in the decisions of Infosys.

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