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  • Sebi Looks to Reduce Listing Time Period for Companies: Report

    Sebi Looks to Reduce Listing Time Period for Companies: Report

    At present, the time taken for a company to get listed after initial share sale is around 12 days.

  • Ortel Communications Gets Sebi's Nod for IPO

    Ortel Communications Gets Sebi's Nod for IPO

    The company had filed its draft red herring prospectus (DRHP) with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) in September this year for the proposed public offer.

  • Retail Investors Should Get Discount in IPOs of State-Run Firms: BSE

    Retail Investors Should Get Discount in IPOs of State-Run Firms: BSE

    The move will help increase participation of retail investors, providing momentum to the primary market.

  • Fourteen Companies Raise Rs 562 Crore via IPOs in September

    Fourteen Companies Raise Rs 562 Crore via IPOs in September

    Moreover, experts believe that a flurry of IPOs is expected in the remaining part of 2014-15, especially in the fourth quarter.

  • Lavasa Corp Gets Sebi Nod to Raise Rs 750 Crore via IPO

    Lavasa Corp Gets Sebi Nod to Raise Rs 750 Crore via IPO

    Lavasa Corporation, the realty arm of construction major HCC, has received approval of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) for raising Rs 750 crore through initial public offering (IPO).

  • RBL Bank Plans to Launch IPO in Three Quarters

    RBL Bank Plans to Launch IPO in Three Quarters

    RBL Bank, formerly known as Ratnakar Bank, plans to raise funds through an initial public offering (IPO) which will hit the market in the next 8-9 months.

  • Chinese Social Networking Service Momo Files for IPO

    Chinese Social Networking Service Momo Files for IPO

    The company said it was the No. 3 instant messaging app in China, and also offered mobile games, paid emoticons and mobile marketing services. Its user base more than doubled to 180.3 million in the year through September.

  • Power Mech Projects Files Draft Prospectus for IPO

    Power Mech Projects Files Draft Prospectus for IPO

    The Draft Red Herring Prospectus is for issuance of 4,269,000 equity shares of face value Rs 10 each.

  • Adlabs Gets Sebi Approval for Initial Public Offer

    Adlabs Gets Sebi Approval for Initial Public Offer

    Adlabs Entertainment has received approval of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) for raising funds through an initial public offer (IPO).

  • Jimmy Choo Steps Out on London Stock Market

    Jimmy Choo Steps Out on London Stock Market

    Jimmy Choo, whose celebrity fans include Kate Middleton, Michelle Obama, Nicole Kidman and Lady Gaga, began conditional dealings with shares priced at 140 pence on the London Stock Exchange.

  • Twelve SMEs Launch Public Offers in September, Highest in a Month

    Twelve SMEs Launch Public Offers in September, Highest in a Month

    Tapping strong investor sentiment, as many as twelve small and medium enterprises came out with their initial public offers (IPOs) in September -- the highest in a single month since the launch of dedicated SME platforms in March 2012.

  • Firms Garner Rs 1,019 Crore via IPO in April-September: Report

    Firms Garner Rs 1,019 Crore via IPO in April-September: Report

    The initial public offers market has not been able to match the bullish sentiment in the overall equity space as a little over Rs 1,000 crore was raised through public offers in the first half of 2014-15, according to a report by Prime Database.

  • Sebi Seeks Clarification on Ortel Communications IPO

    Sebi Seeks Clarification on Ortel Communications IPO

    The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has sought clarification from the merchant banker of Ortel Communications regarding the company's proposed initial public offer (IPO). Without disclosing the details of the clarifications sought, the capital market regulator has said that "clarifications (are) awaited from Lead Manager" for the proposed public offer.

  • Listing Could Value Jimmy Choo at Up to $1.1 Billion

    Listing Could Value Jimmy Choo at Up to $1.1 Billion

    The company, whose shoes are worn by celebrities across the globe and cost several hundred pounds a pair, is hoping to sidestep the turmoil that has hit some luxury brands following pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong by pointing to its industry-beating sales growth and expansion plans in Asia.

  • Investors Make Big Gains from Four New Listings this Fiscal

    Investors Make Big Gains from Four New Listings this Fiscal

    Wonderla Holidays had surged 28 per cent on its debut in May after its initial public offer of shares in April was subscribed 38 times.

  • Shemaroo Entertainment Gains 6% on Debut; Lists at Rs 180

    Shemaroo Entertainment Gains 6% on Debut; Lists at Rs 180

    Shemaroo IPO was oversubscribed 7.39 times. Its retail segment was subscribed 7.7 times, non-institutional investor segment was subscribed 8.6 times and the qualified institutional buyer (QIB) segment was subscribed 5.6 times.

  • Two More Companies Queue Up for IPO Amid Bullish Sentiments

    Two More Companies Queue Up for IPO Amid Bullish Sentiments

    Looking to tap upbeat investor sentiments, Uniparts India and PNC Infratech are the latest companies to file initial public offer papers with capital market regulator Sebi.

  • Sharda Cropchem Jumps 76% on Market Debut

    Sharda Cropchem Jumps 76% on Market Debut

    The company had got a very good response for its IPO. The issue was oversubscribed 60 times. The qualified institutional buyers (QIB) category was oversubscribed over 32 times whereas the high networth individuals (HNI) segment was oversubscribed 251 times. The retail segment also showed significant interest in the IPO as it was oversubscribed 6 times in the segment.

  • Rashtriya Ispat Files Draft Papers for IPO

    Rashtriya Ispat Files Draft Papers for IPO

    State-owned steel producer Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd (RINL) has filed draft papers for an initial public offering (IPO) of 10 per cent of its shares.

  • Alibaba IPO Underwriters Earn $300 Million in Fees

    Alibaba IPO Underwriters Earn $300 Million in Fees

    The fees are equivalent to 1.2 percent of the total deal, which reached $25 billion after underwriters exercised an option to sell additional shares.

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