New Delhi: The euphoria on India’s primary market will continue even as the month of November is inching towards its close with two new more issues to add flavour to the month.
The issues of Dharmaj Crop Guard and Uniparts India will kick off for subscription in the next week as both issues will eye to cumulatively raise close to Rs 1,100 crore via their primary offering.
The two issues will push the total count of initial stake sales in November 2022 to 10, where investors could participate. These 10 issues are seen raising more than Rs 10,500 crore from the primary market.
Both issues have a fixed reservation of 50% for qualified institutional investors, whereas non-institutional players will be allocated with 15% of the offer. Remaining 35% portion has been fixed for retail bidders.
The initial public offering of Dharmaj Crop Guard will open for subscription between November 28-30, whereas the company will sell its shares in the range of Rs 216-237 apiece and a lot size of 60 equity shares.
The company will issue fresh equity shares worth Rs 216 crore, whereas existing investors and promoters will offload shares worth Rs 35.15 crore, taking the total issue size to Rs 251.15 crore.
Incorporated in 2015, Dharmaj Crop Guard is an agrochemical company, which is engaged in the business of manufacturing, distributing, and marketing a wide range of agrochemical formulations.
Elara Capital and are the book running lead managers to the issue, whereas Link Intime India has been appointed as the registrar to the issue.
As Dharmaj Crop’s issue will close on November 30, Wednesday, the IPO of Uniparts India will kick off for subscription on the same day and will remain open till December 2, Friday.
The company will sell its shares in the range of Rs 548-577 apiece with a lot size of 25 equity shares. However, this Rs 835.61 crore issue is entirely an offer for sale by the promoters and existing shareholders of the company.
It is one of the leading suppliers of systems and components for the off-highway market in the agriculture and construction, forestry and mining and aftermarket sectors with the presence across over 25 countries.
, Dam Capital Advisors and are the book running lead managers to the issue, whereas Link Intime has been appointed as the registrar for the same.
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