Upcoming IPOs of 2019 in India, IPO Snapshot, New IPO, Listing today

Risky investors have their eyes set on upcoming IPO most of the time, thus we have compiled a list of the upcoming IPOs with their date of launch. But before we dive right into the list let’s discuss what kind of IPOs can be classified as an Upcoming IPO?

IPO, Initial Public Offering, is a popular way for companies to raise funds in which a privately owned company offers its shares for sale to the public. The raises funds could be used for working capital, debt repayment, acquisitions, and a variety of use cases. The process is also known as a company “going public” derived from the fact that the shares are made available for the public. 

Upcoming IPO

Before going public, the company has a limited number of shareholders such as founders, families, and friends who invested in the company in its early stages. 

After the IPO, the company’s shares get listed on a stock exchange like BSE or NSE. After this, the investors can simply buy the shares online on the stockbroker platforms and transact with them. Funds raised from IPO can also be used for paying off old debts. 

What are the upcoming IPOs?

We have discussed what an IPO is what kind of an IPO can be called an Upcoming IPO? An upcoming IPO is one that has been drafted with SEBI or have been approved by SEBI with their date of launch being clarified. 

In other words, these are those companies that have drafted their prospectus with SEBI or they have released their red herring prospectus. 

Issuer Company Exchange Open Close Lot Size Issue Price
(Rs)
Issue Size (Rs Cr)
BSE SME Sep 30, 2019 Oct 4, 2019 2000 60 to 64
Gensol Engineering Limited IPO
BSE SME Sep 30, 2019 Oct 4, 2019 1600 81 to 83 17.50 – 17.93
Sona Hi Sona Jewellers (Gujarat) Ltd IPO
NSE Emerge Sep 30, 2019 Oct 4, 2019 10000 10 4.50
IRCTC Limited IPO
BSE, NSE Sep 30, 2019 Oct 3, 2019 40 315 to 320 635.04 – 645.12
Goblin India Limited IPO
BSE SME Sep 30, 2019 Oct 4, 2019 2000 51 to 52 14.91 – 15.20
Vishwaraj Sugar Industries Ltd IPO
BSE, NSE Sep 30, 2019 Oct 4, 2019 240 55 to 60 60.00
Galactico Corporate Services Ltd IPO
BSE SME Sep 24, 2019 Sep 27, 2019 6000 23 3.70
Misquita Engineering Ltd IPO
BSE SME Sep 23, 2019 Sep 25, 2019 4000 27 1.93
Shiv Aum Steels Ltd IPO
NSE Emerge Sep 19, 2019 Sep 23, 2019 3000 44 15.84
Novateor Research Laboratories Ltd IPO
BSE SME Aug 30, 2019 Sep 4, 2019 6000 24 4.49
Salasar Exteriors and Contour Ltd IPO
NSE Emerge Aug 28, 2019 Sep 3, 2019 3000 36 8.50
Transpact Enterprises Ltd IPO
BSE SME Aug 26, 2019 Aug 28, 2019 1000 130 1.35
Alphalogic Techsys Ltd IPO
BSE SME Aug 26, 2019 Aug 28, 2019 1600 84 6.18
Sterling and Wilson Solar Ltd IPO
BSE, NSE Aug 6, 2019 Aug 8, 2019 19 780 3,145.16
Spandana Sphoorty Financial Ltd IPO
BSE, NSE Aug 5, 2019 Aug 7, 2019 17 856 1,202.34
Affle (India) Limited IPO
BSE, NSE Jul 29, 2019 Jul 31, 2019 20 745 459.00
Wonder Fibromats Limited IPO
NSE Emerge Jul 22, 2019 Jul 29, 2019 1600 89 19.79
SK International Export Limited IPO
BSE SME Jun 28, 2019 Jul 5, 2019 6000 20 3.96
A B Infrabuild Limited IPO
NSE Emerge Jun 28, 2019 Jul 3, 2019 4000 29 12.84
City Pulse Multiplex Limited IPO
BSE SME Jun 27, 2019 Jul 3, 2019 4000 30 3.98

List of Upcoming IPOs

Let’s move on to what we have come here for. We have compiled the list with the exchange name, issue date, issue price, issue size and lot size.

Frequently used IPO terms

  • Exchange: Every IPO needs to be listed on a stock exchange before it can directly deal with the public. It is the place where the IPO’s shares are listed. The most popular exchanges are BSE or NSE in India. 

 

  • Issue Price: Before the company can sell its shares, it needs to set a value for its share. In short, the price per equity share. At present, there are two types of issue price: Book Building and Fixed Price ICOs. In Book Building, there is a price range for the share like INR 250- INR 350. Investors have to bid in such pricing. Fixed price issues have a specific price to bid, no bidding.

 

  • Lot Size: An investor has to buy a fixed minimum number of shares in order to apply for an IPO. If the lot size is 120, then the investor must at least buy 120 shares.

 

  • Issue Size: An IPO’s total monetary value is its issue size. We calculate it by multiplying the number of shares offered by the company with issue price. 

 

  • IPO Open Date/  Issue Close Date: This is the time frame when the investors can apply for an IPO. The opening and closing date are the periods of the IPO bidding process.

 

Wrap Up

We have discusses our way through IPOs, upcoming IPOs, a comprehensive list of upcoming IPOs and some of the commonly used terms in IPO. If you want further updates, please come here often. 

Updated: October 5, 2019 — 3:28 pm

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