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Upcoming IPOs 2022

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What is an Initial Public Offering (IPO)?

IPO stand for Initial Public Offering. IPO is a process where a privately held company plans to go public. Here a company issue shares to public at a certain price through a book building process.

The following is the list of IPOs in 2022 listed in NSE and BSE exchanges, The below list provides detail of IPOs in the year 2022 at BSE and NSE exchanges. Check 2022 IPO details, IPO review & analysis, IPO allotment status, IPO subscription of each company is provided.

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Upcoming IPO 2022

Issuer CompanyExchange
Expected date
Northern Arc capital LimitedNSE, BSEJanuary
Go Airlines (India) LimitedNSE, BSEJanuary
Sterlite Power Transmissions LimitedNSE, BSEJanuary
VLCC HEALTH CARE LIMITEDNSE, BSEJanuary
ESDS Software Solutions LimitedNSE, BSEJanuary

IPO List 2022 (List of IPOs at NSE & BSE)

Issuer CompanyExchangeOpenCloseLot Size (Rs)Issue PriceIssue Size (Rs Cr)
Adani Wilmar Limited IPOBSE, NSEJan 27, 2022Jan 31, 202265218 to 2303600.00
AGS Transact Technologies Limited IPOBSE, NSEJan 19, 2022Jan 21, 202285166 to 175680.00
One Mobikwik Systems Limited IPOBSE, NSE1900.00
DROOM TECHNOLOGY LIMITED IPOBSE, NSE

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Closed IPO performance 2022

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IPO Terms

Exchange: It is a place where a company’s shares or derivative products like Futures and options are issued and traded between retail investors, institutional investors, traders, etc. There are two stock exchanges in India namely the National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). There is one more exchange called MCX, where securities related to commodities are traded.  

IPO Open Date / Issue Close Date: It is a date on which a potential investor can subscribe for the shares issued by  company. Open date is the 1st day on which the subscription starts and close date is the last date for subscription. Normally, a subscription will be open for three days.

Lot Size: A lot consists of a certain number of shares. There is a minimum lot and maximum lot. The value of the  minimum lot should not breach Rs 15,000-mark and maximum lot should not cross Rs 2 lakh mark.

Issue Price: It the price of a single share that is on offer. It has lower price band and upper price band per equity share.  

Issue Size: It is the total amount a company plans to raise by issuing shares to public in an IPO. These shares can be fresh shares or shares held by promoter or promoter group.  

Frequently Asked Questions

IPO is an acronym for Initial Public Offering. Through an IPO, a company will sell its shares to institutional buyers and retail buyers in the primary market. There are two exchanges – BSE and NSE – in India. A company’s shares get listed in either or both the exchanges after the IPO. Private companies become public listed companies after an IPO.

Book Building is a process followed by a company when it plans to go for an IPO or FPO. This is essentially done to determine the best price in the market.

In a Book Building process, a company sets a floor price and securities are offered at prices above or equal to the floor prices, whereas, in the other case, securities are offered at a fixed price. During the Book Building process, the demand can be known every day as the book is built. But in the case of a Fixed Price Issue, the demand of the issue is known only after its closure.
 
 
Yes, a minor can apply for IPO shares after a Demat account has been opened in the name of the minor. The Demat account will be operated by the minor’s guardian. Ideally, a minor can apply for IPO using net-banking ASBA linked with their Demat account details, subject to terms and conditions.
 
Yes. According to market regulator SEBI, PAN is mandatory for all applicants of an IPO. If you submit an application form without your PAN number or the wrong PAN number, then it will be considered as a wrong application and your application will be rejected. So, please make sure the correct PAN details are linked to your Demat account.
 
 

You can find the list of upcoming IPOs in 2021 in the below link.

https://flattrade.in/kosh/upcoming-ipos-2021

No. You cannot apply for an IPO through multiple applications with the same name. If done so, all the IPO applications will be rejected.

Three days. It will open on Day 1, 10 am  and close on Day 3, 5 pm.

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