2021 has been an excellent year for public offerings in India despite the ongoing pandemic situation. The market witnessed many efficient businesses getting listed in 2021 due to pro-businesses policies of the Indian government as well as rapid digitisation. Not only this, there has been a significant rise in the participating investors in the stock market.
Industry is anticipating the same momentum in 2022. There are many IPOs geared up to hit the market this year. Sectors like healthcare, chemical, consumer, and technology are expected to dominate the IPOs in 2022.
More than 20 companies have got their approval from the market regulators to go public in 2022 and many are awaiting their approval. Experts believe that the IPO issue in 2022 will cross INR 2 lakh crores.
Let’s check out the list of upcoming IPOs in 2022 that the investors are looking forward to:
|Company||Issue Size In Rs. Crores (Tentative)||IPO Date (Tentative)|
|Adani Wilmar||3,600||27 January 2022|
|Delhivery||5,000 + OFS||2022|
|OYO Rooms||7,000 + OFS||2022|
|Droom||2,000 + OFS||2022|
|Fincare Small Finance Bank||1,330||2022|
|Snapdeal||1,250 + OFS||2022|
|VLCC Healthcare||300 + OFS||2022|
|Ola||To Be Updated||2022|
|BYJU’s||To Be Updated||2022|
|Swiggy||To Be Updated||2022|
|SBI Mutual Fund||To be Updated||To be Announced|
|Vedant Fashions||3,149.19||4 February 2022|
|Utkarsh Small Finance Bank||1,350||2022|
|Paradeep Phosphates||1,255 + OFS||2022|
|SAMHI Hotels||1,800 – 2,000||2022|
|Gemini Edibles And Fats||2,500||2022|
|Medi Assist Insurance TPA Pvt. Ltd.||800||2022|
|Inspira Enterprise India Ltd.||800||2022|
|Seven Islands Shipping||600||2022|
|Fusion Microfinance||600 + OFS||2022|
|Annai Infra Developers||200 – 250||2022|
|Shri Bajrang Power And Ispat Ltd||700||2022|
|Hinduja Leyland Finance||500||2022|
|ESDS Software Solutions Limited||322 + OFS||2022|
|AGS Transact Technologies||680||19 January 2022|
|ESAF Small Finance Bank||998||2022|
|Tamilnad Mercantile Bank||1,000||2022|
|Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotel||1,000||2022|
|Popular Vehicles And Services||150 + OFS||2022|
|Prudent Corporate Advisory Services||To Be Updated||2022|
|Century Metal Recycling||To Be Updated||2022|
|Ecom Express||To Be Updated||2022|
|Tracxn Tech||Entirely OFS||2022|
|HDB Financial||To Be Updated||2022|
|Capillary Technologies||To Be Updated||2022|
|Aakash Educations||To Be Updated||2022|
|*The Issue Size And Issue Dates Will Vary.|
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LIC or Life Insurance Corporation of India is one of the most awaited IPOs of India. The company is expected to raise INR 70,000 crore through the IPO. It is expected to go public in the first quarter of FY 22-23.
The government is planning to collect Rs 2.1 lakh crores through the divestment of LIC and is aiming to sell 5-10% of its stake from the company.
NSE or National Stock Exchange is India’s largest stock market and is planning to go public in 2022. It hopes to raise INR 10,000 crore through a share sale. LIC, SBI, Goldman Sachs, IDBI Bank, Tiger Global, Stock Holding Corporation, and Citigroup are among the main shareholders of the company.
3. Adani Wilmar
Adani Wilmar is a joint venture of the Adani Group and the Wimar Group. It is one of the largest FMCG players in India. It intends to raise INR 3600 crores in the main market. This IPO will have fresh equity shares with no secondary issue.
The parent company of PharmEasy, API Holdings has filed for its IPO with SEBI in Nov 2021. The IPO will have an issue size of INR 6250 crores. This will be a fresh share issue and no investor or shareholder will sell off their stake in the company through this IPO.
5. Go Airlines
GoAir is a ULCC or Low-Cost Carrier Airline with a market share of 10.8% in fiscal 2020. Its fleet inventory is around 56 aircraft and it has a network of 28 domestic and 9 international destinations.
This budget airline aims to raise INR 3600 crores via IPO. The face value of each share will stand at Rs 10.
Delhivery is a logistic giant based in Gurugram. It offers supply chain and logistics-based services all over India. The company plans to raise INR 7460 crores through IPO. This would include INR 5000 crores worth of fresh shares. The remaining amount would be an offer for sale.
7. OYO Rooms
OYO is a well-known name in the hospitality sector. It is planning to raise INR 8430 crore via IPO. The IPO would consist of fresh issuance of up to INR 7000 crore and an offer for sale of up to INR 1430 crore by its existing shareholders and investors.
MobiKwik is one of the leading digital payment platforms and a top provider of BNPL (Buy Now Pay Later) and mobile wallets in India. It aims to meet the credit needs of the growing online population.
Its IPO will be a combination of a fresh equity share issue of Rs 1500 along with an offer for sale by selected shareholders and promoters worth Rs 400 crores. This platform offers its services to more than 120 million customers and 3 million retailers across the country.
The travel website Ixigo is managed by Le Travenues Technology Ltd. In addition to being a travel platform, it offers features like train PNR status and confirmation data, train running status alerts, delay forecasts, etc.
With its IPO, it is planning to generate INR 1600 crores. The Initial public offering would consist of a fresh issue of Rs 750 crore worth of shares and an offer-for-sale of equity shares worth Rs 850 crore by the existing shareholders.
10. Bajaj Energy
Bajaj Energy is responsible for financing, developing, and operating thermal power plants in India. The company plans to raise INR 5450 crore via IPO. The offer consists of an INR 5150 crore new issue and an INR 300 crore offer for the sale of shares.
Droom is an online automobile marketplace and is planning to roll out its IPO in 2022. It is planning to raise INR 3000 crore via IPO which will include a fresh share issue of INR 2000 crores with an offer for sale of around INR 1000 crores.
The capital will be used for expenses like inorganic and organic growth activities, corporate expenses, and much more.
12. Penna Cement
Penna Cement is planning to raise INR 1550 crores via an initial public offering. The IPO would be a combination of fresh share issuance of INR 1300 crore shares with an offer for sale worth INR 250 crores. The cement manufacturer has received SEBI’s approval for the IPO launch.
13. Fincare Small Finance Bank
The IPO of this bank will be a combination of fresh share issuance of INR 300 crores and an offer for the sale of shares worth INR 1000 crores. This bank had the highest growth rate in the nation among all financial entities between 2018 and 2022.
Snapdeal is one of the popular e-commerce platforms in India. It will be issuing fresh shares worth Rs 1250 crores through IPO along with an offer for the sale of shares by its current investors or shareholders.
15. VLCC Health Care
VLCC health care is one of the famous beauty and wellness brands in India. Its IPO will consist of a fresh issue of INR 300 crores with an offer for sale by existing promoters and shareholders. The capital will be used to build new wellness centers in India and the Gulf region.
OLA is a cab service provider and is similar to Uber. The company aims to raise INR 15000 crore via IPO. Its investors like Tiger Global, SoftBank, Steadview Capital, etc will benefit from the share sale by partially selling or exiting their position in the firm.
BYJU’s, founded in 2012 is an Edtech giant. It entered the unicorn club in 1018. As per reports, the IPO will help the company fetch $40-45 billion dollars.
18. Sterlite Power
Sterlite Power is a private sector developer and a provider of electricity solutions and transmissions. The company’s IPO will consist of a new offering of equity shares worth INR 1250 crores.
The online food delivery giant Swiggy plans to go public in 2022. The company is focusing on developing its own instamart grocery delivery platform. It plans to undertake its IPO by the end of 2022.
20. SBI Mutual Fund
SBI aims to float its mutual fund arm – SBI Mutual Fund in 2022. SBi funds management is a partnership between Amundi Asset Management and SBI. Amundi plans to sell 4% of its interest in the mutual fund unit while SBI plans to sell roughly 6%.