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UTI MF, Mazagaon Dock IPOs open Sept 29, Angel Broking sees muted demand

The Rs 600-crore IPO of Angel Broking garnered nearly four times subscription

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The government is looking to raise Rs 440 crore by divesting 15.2 per cent stake in Mazagaon Docks through its initial public offering (IPO).

UTI MF’s Rs 2,160-cr IPO to open Sept 29

will launch its Rs 2,160-crore IPO on September 29. The IPO comprises secondary share sales by State Bank of India, Life Insurance Corporation, Bank of Baroda, Punjab National Bank and T Rowe Price. While LIC, and BoB are selling 8.25 per cent stake each, and T Rowe are offloading 3 per cent in the IPO. The price band for the IPO is Rs 552 to Rs 554 per share. At the top end, UTI will be valued a Rs 7,000 crore. Following the IPO, LIC, and BoB’s stake will fall below 10 per cent, making them compliant with Sebi’s cross shareholding norms.

Govt looks to raise Rs 440 cr via Mazagon Docks IPO

The government is looking to raise Rs 440 crore by divesting 15.2 per cent stake in Mazagaon Docks through its initial public offering (IPO). The currently holds 100 per cent stake in the shipbuilding firm. The IPO price band has been set at Rs 135 to Rs 145 per share. At the top end, the company will be valued at Rs 2,924 crore. The IPO opens on September 29 and closes on October 1.

IPO subscribed 4 times

The Rs 600-crore IPO of garnered nearly four times subscription. The demand was muted when compared to the last five offerings. Market players said the sharp selloff in the markets on Thursday impacted investor sentiment. The IPO comprised Rs 300 crore in fresh fund raising and another Rs 300 crore secondary share sale by existing shareholders, including International Finance Corporation (IFC), a World Bank arm. is the country’s fifth largest broker in terms of the number of active clients. At the IPO price, Angel Broking will be valued at Rs 2,503 crore.

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First Published: Thu, September 24 2020. 17:58 IST
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