Tata Technologies, Balaji Speciality Chemicals Limited, NSDL, Darwin Group, EbixCash, PharmEasy, Droom Technology, Pyramid Technoplast, JK Files India, Snapdeal, and Asianet among others gear up to make their mark in the IPO landscape.
With a subscription price ranging from a mere pre-subscription price of 0.012 dollars to a possible 5 dollars valuation per share, Darwin plans an IPO of USD 1.4 billion, to be listed on NASDAQ
Mumbai/New Delhi, August 15, 2023: In the world of finance, excitement was brewing as the fiscal year 2023-24 approached. The market was abuzz with anticipation and fervor, all centered around one phenomenon: Initial Public Offerings (IPOs). Recent shifts in market sentiment are seen as the heralds of a vibrant IPO market in the coming months
A stellar lineup of companies, both established and emerging, was poised to make their grand debut on the stock exchange. Among these trailblazers were names that echoed through the financial corridors: Tata Technologies, Balaji Speciality Chemicals Limited, and the National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) with a substantial offering of 57,260,001 equity shares. With a subscription price ranging from a mere Rs 1 to a possible USD 5 valuation per share, Darwin Group plans to come out with an IPO of USD 1.4 billion (Rs 11-12,000 crore), to be listed on NASDAQ. People familiar with development in the IPO market revealed that Darwin Group has engaged Barclays as its lead manager for the IPO.
A plethora of formidable contenders were ready to join the symphony. EbixCash, Aeroflex Industries, PharmEasy, Droom Technology Ltd, Jesons Industries Ltd, Pyramid Technoplast Limited, JK Files India Ltd, Snapdeal Ltd, Asianet Satellite Communication, Bharat FIH, Hexagon Nutrition Ltd, and Capillary Technologies were all gearing up to make their mark in the financial landscape.
Behind the scenes, a diligent process was underway. Each of these companies had
meticulously filed their Draft Red Herring Prospectus (DRHP) with the vigilant Security
and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). This rigorous step showcased their commitment to
transparency and laid the groundwork for their monumental IPOs. “The financial year 2023-24 held promises of transformation and growth. With each passing day, the excitement grew as the companies perfected their strategies and positioned themselves to make a resounding entrance into the IPO arena. Investors, both
seasoned and new, held their breath in anticipation of the opportunities that lay ahead,” said a market analyst.
First Published on: 16/08/2023 at 5:20 PM