IPO 2022- With the recent bull in the stock market as well as in the online business, many of India’s online e-commerce stores getting ready to launch their IPO in the current year 2022. The top internet names in India that have emerged as Internet leaders are expected to launch an IPO in 2022. As per the report of Money Control, Initial public offers from over 20 companies are expected in the January-March quarter, apart from LIC’s IPO estimated at Rs. 70,000 – Rs. 1,00,000 crore.
Stock market analysts are confident that 2022 will be another strong year for the primary market with share sales through initial public offerings, including from LIC IPO (Life Insurance Corporation of India), likely to exceed the previous year’s level.
As per the report, for the year 2022, the ratio of approved IPOs and those awaiting confirmation from SEBI is almost equal. So far 38 companies have received the nod from the SEBI and 36 companies are awaiting SEBI’s observation.
The expert said that more than 20 companies are expected to launch their IPOs in the 1st quarter of the current year 2022, including Emcure Pharmaceuticals, ESDS Software Solutions AGS Transact Technologies, Tracxn Technologies, Adani Wilmer, ESAF Small Finance Bank, Go Airlines. One Mobikwik Systems Limited etc.
Apart from the above the country’s largest life insurer, LIC is expected to hit Dalal street in March 2022, with an offer in the range of Rs. 70,000 – 1,00,000 crore. The state-owned company is yet to file its draft prospectus with the regulator.
List of IPO 2022 in India
|Upcoming IPOs in 2022||Expected Time||Issue Size (Rs. Crore)||Open Date||Close Date|
|AGS Transact Technologies Ltd. IPO||–||680.00||Jan 19, 2022||Jan 21, 2022|
|Adani Wilmar Limited IPO||January 2022||4500.00|
|Go Airlines (India) Limited IPO||January 2022|
|Tracxn Technologies Limited IPO||January 2022|
|ESDS Software Solution Limited IPO||January 2022|
|Skanray Technologies Limited IPO||January 2022|
|OYO Rooms||January 2022|
|One Mobikwik Systems Limited IPO||January 2022||1900.00|
More Upcoming IPOs in 2022 in India
|S. No.||Upcoming IPOs in 2022|
Flipkart- It is one of India’s leading e-commerce companies with over 60 million users in FY 2019. It was founded in 2007, it was the first mover in e-commerce in India. Flipkart also owns standalone fashion portals Myntra and Jabong. The company is expected to launch its IPO in 2022.
BYJU’s Classes– It is the largest online education company in India. Covid-19 Lockdown in India has provided tailwinds to the edu-tech with traffic for leading apps up by 300 percent. BYJU has 70 million registered users and its last valuation was at $11 billion. The company is likely to go public in 2022.
Phonepe- Flipkart acquired phonepe is a payment company and processes annualized total payments value of $180 billion, with 500 million monthly transactions. Phonepe, through Walmart, could look to take its payment solutions to the North American Market. The company is looking to turn profitable by 2021 and go public by 2022.
Big Basket- It is India’s largest pure-play online grocery company. The company has seen a sharp uptick in the number of orders, over three times, and doubled new customers during the nationwide lockdown in India. Alibaba is the largest investor in the company with a 30 percent stake and the company is likely to go public in 2022.
Oyo- Oyo Rooms is currently the largest hotel chain in India and the sixth-largest globally. It has a portfolio of over 1 million rooms globally and over 23,000 exclusive hotels across 800 cities. In India, OYO is present in over 415 Indian cities with 18,000 properties. Oyo’s investors include Softbank, Lightspeed Venture, Sequoia Capital, etc.
OLA- It is the leading cab-hailing company with a 50-55 percent market share in India. It has also built an international presence in Australia, the UK, and New Zealand. It was founded in 2011 and its main investors include Softbank, Tiger Global, Tencent, Matrix Global, etc. The company is expected to launch its IPO in 2022.
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