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Sagar Patel

By Sagar Patel

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More than one IPO is coming

The general elections are over. A new government has been formed under the leadership of Narendra Modi. This time this government is not from the BJP but from the NDA. Even after that, the market is taking on the kind of reforms and economic activity seen in the last ten years. The same will be seen in the NDA government in the next five years. This is why the stock market rallied after the results came in and Sensex and Nifty hit new record highs.

This is why a new wave of IPOs is likely to occur in the primary market in the next 3-4 months. According to media reports, IPOs of more than 30 companies are being prepared in the coming months. The aim of these companies is to raise more than Rs 50,000 crore from the market. According to experts, around two dozen companies are preparing to launch an initial public offering worth more than Rs 30,000 crore.

Mahavir Lunawat, CEO of Pantomath Capital, said in a media report that the IPO wave is expected to intensify in the coming months. After the Modi government returned to power after the elections, we are seeing strong investor confidence in the market. A total of 24 companies are ready to enter the market in the coming months. These companies will try to raise approximately Rs 30,000 crore through IPO.

In the coming months, companies like Ola Electric, FirstCry, Fincare SFB, NSDL, Afcons Infrastructure, Vaari Energies, Ashirwad Microfinance, Stanley Lifestyles, One MobiKwik Systems, Emcure Pharmaceuticals, Allied Blenders & Distillers, Shiv Pharmachem, etc. will have IPOs.

Hyundai will bring the largest IPO

Apart from these companies, South Korean automobile company Hyundai Motor, Rekha Jhunjhunwala, backed by Bazaar Style Retail, Swiggy and Haldiram, are also planning to launch their IPO in the next four to five months. Hyundai India has already filed a draft prospectus with SEBI for an initial public offering of between $2.5 billion and $3 billion i.e. Rs 21,000 crore to Rs 25,000 crore.

Haldiram is also making plans.

Meanwhile, snacks maker Haldiram is reportedly exploring the possibility of launching an initial public offering (IPO) after plans to sell its stake to foreign investors were halted. Kolkata-based Bazaar Style Retail had filed for IPO earlier in March this year, which includes a mix of fresh equity of Rs 185 crore and OFS of Rs 1.68 crore.

Swiggy will also bring IPO

On the other hand, Swiggy recently got approval for an initial public offering worth around Rs 10,414 crore at an extraordinary general meeting of its shareholders. The food and grocery delivery company has proposed to raise Rs 3,750 crore ($450 million) in fresh capital and the IPO will include an offer for sale component of up to Rs 6,664 crore ($800 million).

We will also be attentive to these IPOs

  1. Electric Wave: India’s largest electric two-wheeler manufacturer Ola Electric is said to have obtained SEBI approval for its initial public offering and this issue may be launched in the next 2 months. As per the draft prospectus, the company proposes to raise up to Rs 5,500 crore through a fresh issue of shares, in addition to an offer for sale (OFS) component of 95.2 million shares.
  2. First cry: BrainBiz Solutions, parent company of online e-commerce platform FirstCry, has re-filed primary documents with SEBI to raise funds through an initial public offering, which will also include new shares and OSF worth up to Rs 1,816 crore.
  3. A MobiKwik system: One MobiKwik Systems, a bilateral payments network platform company, has already filed its draft prospectus with SEBI to raise Rs 700 crore for its initial public offering. The IPO with a face value of Rs 2 will be a completely new IPO of shares. The company is awaiting approval from SEBI and experts expect this edition to be launched in the coming months.
  4. Energy variations: Solar PV module maker Vaari Energies has filed its draft red herring prospectus with capital markets regulator SEBI to raise funds through an initial public offering (IPO). Patilak’s offer includes fresh capital of Rs 3,000 crore and OFS of 32 lakh shares.
  5. Allied Blenders and Distillers IPO: Last month, Allied Blenders and Distillers received approval from SEBI to raise Rs 1,500 crore through an initial public offering (IPO), which also included a fresh issue of up to Rs 1,000 crore. This issue could be released in the coming months.
  6. Fincare SFB IPO: Fincare Small Finance Bank has already received approval from market regulator SEBI for its proposed initial public offering. The bank plans to raise up to Rs 625 crore by issuing shares of face value of Rs 10 each.
  7. NSDL: National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL), India’s largest depository, has filed its draft prospectus for the IPO, which is an all-share SFO of 5.72 crore shares.

stock market situation

After the results of the June 4 election were known, the stock market not only recovered well, but also spared no effort to make investors rich. The stock market has reached a record high during the trading session. If we look at the data, since June 4, the Sensex has seen an increase of 4,913.72 points or 6.81 per cent. During this period, after June 13, the Sensex has reached a record level of 77,145.46 points. On the other hand, the main index of the National Stock Exchange, Nifty, has seen an increase of 1,581.1 points or 7.22 per cent since June 4. On June 14, Nifty hit an all-time high of 23,490.40 points.

Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

I am Sagar Patel, specializing in business news reporting. With a keen focus on economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments,

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