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  • TBO TEK LIMITEDMainboard IPO

  • Bidding Dates

    8th May 2024 - 5th May 2024

  • Price Range

    ₹875 - 920

  • IPO Size

    ₹15,50,81,00,000

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  • INDEGENE LIMITEDMainboard IPO

  • Bidding Dates

    6th May 2024 - 5th May 2024

  • Price Range

    ₹430 - 452

  • IPO Size

    ₹18,41,76,00,000

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    Snapdeal Limited IPO

    Incorporated in 2007, Snapdeal Limited established itself among the largest e-commerce platforms in India. It ranks among the top four lifestyle shopping destinations online and the first among the most installed applications in India. Snapdeal provides an online platform to sell a wide range of products across home, fashion, personal care, beauty and other lifestyle categories. 

    By offering good quality and trendy products at an affordable price, Snapdeal successfully caters to middle-income and price-conscious customer base majorly from non-metro Indian cities. The company aims to become India's leading omni-channel and valuable lifestyle provider. With the help of third-party distributors, Snapdeal delivered its products to more than 2,500 towns and cities to date.  

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    FabIndia Limited IPO

    Founded in 1950, FabIndia links more than 55,000 craft-based rural artists and handicraftsmen to modern markets in India. Thus, creating a strong foundation for empowerment of rural craftsmen while preserving and globalising India’s conventional handicrafts in the process. 

    Products of FabIndia are natural, contemporary, affordable and authentic Indian art. The company sells its products across two widely recognised Indian brands- Fabindia and Organic India. The categories of products sold include organic food, home and lifestyle, personal care, apparel and accessories. Its physical presence is through 309 Fabindia stores and 74 Organic India stores. 

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    Imagine Marketing Limited IPO

    Imagine Marketing Limited is India's leading digital-first consumer products company founded in 2013 by Aman Gupta and Sameer Mehta. This company led by boAt as its flagship brand which was launched in 2014. 

    boAt started its journey by selling hearables and other products within the audio category. Today, boAt’s product range involves audio gadgets and wearables to suit demands of diverse price and customer segments. boAt makes itself accessible to customers through its online website, e-commerce platforms and distributors across Indian cities.

     

     

Who can Invest in IPO?

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    Qualified Institutional Investors (QIIs)

    This category includes public financial institutions, foreign portfolio investors, asset management companies (AMCs) and commercial banks registered with SEBI.

    If the QIIs end up purchasing more shares, you’ll have lesser shares to invest in. So, to maintain stability in the IPO process, SEBI has said that the allocation for QIIs should not be more than 50%.

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    Anchor Investors

    Anchor investors are QIIs that have assets exceeding  ₹10 crore. They can purchase a maximum of 60% of the shares reserved for QIIs. Promoters, merchant bankers and direct relatives don’t fall under this category..

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    Retail Investors

    Individuals who can invest up to ₹2 lakh in a new IPO lot are retail investors. SEBI has mandated a minimum allocation of 35% under the retail quota. If there’s an oversubscription, companies need to issue a minimum of one lot of shares to each retail investor. If that’s not possible, a lottery system is used to distribute IPO shares.  

    Resident and non-resident Indians (NRIs) and HUFs fall under this category of investors.

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    High Net-Worth Individuals (HNIs) or Non-Institutional Investors (NIIs)

    Individuals and institutions which make investments exceeding ₹2 lakh are known as HNIs and NIIs respectively. Unlike QIIs, NIIs don’t have to register their details with SEBI. Usually, companies reserve 15% of IPO for HNIs and NIIs.

Learn More About IPOs

IPOs, short for Initial Public Offerings, are a critical phase in a company's journey towards becoming publicly traded. During an IPO, a private company offers its shares to the public for the first time, allowing investors to become shareholders and own a piece of the company. The process typically involves underwriters who facilitate the share issuance and listing on the stock exchange. IPOs provide companies with access to capital for expansion and development, while investors have the opportunity to invest in potentially promising ventures and capitalise on potential market growth. As a result, IPOs serve as significant events that shape the financial landscape and open new doors of investment possibilities.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Lot Size in an IPO?

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The lot size in an IPO refers to the minimum number of shares an investor can apply for in a single application. It varies from one IPO to another and is predetermined by the issuing company or underwriters.

When is the Listing Date for an IPO?

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The listing date is the date when the shares of the company are officially listed and start trading on the stock exchange. It is typically a few days after the IPO's closing date.

What is Grey Market Premium (GMP) in IPOs?

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Grey Market Premium (GMP) is the unofficial market price at which the IPO shares are being traded before their official listing. It reflects market demand and sentiment towards the IPO and can give an indication of the potential listing price.

What is the Difference Between Mainboard and SME IPOs?

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Mainboard IPOs are issued by established and large-sized companies, while SME IPOs are issued by small and medium-sized enterprises. Mainboard IPOs require higher regulatory compliance and have a larger market capitalization compared to SME IPOs.

What is the Price Band in an IPO?

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The price band is the range within which the IPO shares can be issued. Investors can bid for shares within this price range, and the final issue price is determined based on the demand and bids received.

Can I Sell IPO Shares Immediately After Listing?

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Yes, you can sell IPO shares immediately after listing, subject to the stock exchange's trading rules and regulations. However, market conditions and demand can influence the share price.

How to get updates on upcoming IPOs?

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To stay informed about new upcoming IPOs and the latest IPO list, you can subscribe to the notify me option on the Bajaj Broking IPO page. We will update you with the details about upcoming IPOs, ensuring you never miss a new IPO opportunity.

What is an open and close date?

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The open date is when a new IPO begins accepting bids, and the close date is when the bidding ends. These dates are crucial for investors wanting to participate in recent IPOs or any forthcoming IPO. Ensure you mark these dates from the latest IPO list to participate timely.

How to check the allotment status?

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To check the allotment status of a new IPO, visit the IPO registrar's website or your brokerage platform where you applied for the IPO. This status tells you whether you have successfully received shares from the recent IPO list you participated in.

Why does a company launch an IPO?

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A company launches an IPO to raise capital from the public market to fund its growth, pay off debts, or improve its financial health. This process transitions the company from private to public, allowing it to be part of the new IPO market and featured on the latest IPO list.

Is investing in an IPO profitable?

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Investing in an IPO can be profitable if the company performs well post-listing. Investors can gain from price increases from the offer price listed in the new upcoming IPO. However, it's important to research and understand the risks, as not every new IPO is guaranteed to be profitable.

How is IPO profit calculated?

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IPO profit is calculated by subtracting the IPO's offer price from the current market price after it goes public. If you sell the shares at a higher price than the listed price in the recent IPO list, the difference is your profit. However, keep in mind the charges and fees associated with selling the shares.

What is the success rate of an IPO?

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The success rate of an IPO varies based on economic conditions, company performance, and market reception. While some IPOs from the latest IPO list may perform exceptionally well, others might not meet expectations. Thorough analysis of each forthcoming IPO and market trends is essential for assessing potential success.

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