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- Mrs. Beacons IPO subscription status final day update; The listing will take place last December
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- The QIB portion is filled 176 times. The share of employees is 45 times complete
- The company had issued an issue at Rs 288 crore to raise Rs 500 crore.
Mrs. Bakers’ IPO is 197.95 times on the last day. This is the highest in the last three years, while this is the first IPO of the year to receive a record subscription. The company’s IPO is closing today. The list will now be in the last month of December.
HNI shares filled 620 times
In this IPO, High Networth Individual (HNI) has a stake of 620 times while Qualified Institutional (QIB) has a stake of 176 times. The retail share is 29 times and the workforce is 45 times. Let us know that Mrs. Becter’s IPO was opened on Tuesday to raise Rs 500 crore. The premium of this premium biscuit company was completed on the very first day. On the first day the retail portion was 8 times full.
Seventh IPO, completed on the first day
This was the seventh IPO of the year, which was fully filled on the first day. The company raised Rs 162 crore from Anchor Investors. The company supplies the same Burger King material that has recently been sold to investors. Coming at Rs 60, the stock was 156 times full and today it is Rs 219. However, it has since declined 10% to close at Rs 179.
50 crore shares belonged to employees
The IPO has reserved shares of Rs 50 lakh for eligible employees. There is a discount of Rs 15 for employees. This IPO was just two steps away from a 200-time subscription.
15th IPO of the year
The first day of 2020 is Mrs. Bactro’s 7th IPO in terms of total subscriptions. Previously, Happy Minds Technology’s IPO was 2.86 times. Also, it was the first IPO of the year, which was fully filled on the first day. Apart from this, the IPO of Camcon Specialty Chemicals 5.18 times, Root Mobile, Mazagaon Dock Shipbuilders, Likita Infrastructure and Burger King IPO were also subscribed on the first day.
These IPOs are the most filled
Salasar Tech holds the record for most IPOs filed more than 150 times. The IPO in 2007 was filled 273 times. In 2018, Apollo Micro’s IPO was 248 times and in 2017, Astron Paper’s IPO was 241 times. In 2017 alone, Capacit Infra’s IPO was 183 times, while in the same year, BSE’s subsidiary CDSL’s IPO was 170 times. In 2019, Ujjivan Small Finance’s IPO was completed 165 times.
Amber’s IPO filed 165 times
Amber Enterprise’s IPO came in 2018 which was 165 times full. Religare’s IPO in 2007 was 160 times full. There were 3 IPOs this year which have been filled more than 150 times. Of these, Happy Mind was 150 times, Mazgaon Post 157 times and Burger King 156 times.