An initial public offering (IPO) refers to the process of offering shares of a private corporation to the public in a new stock issuance. An IPO allows a company to raise capital from public investors. The transition from a private to a public company can be an important time for private investors to fully realize gains from their investment.
Top 10 Upcoming IPOs in India – April 2022
Upcoming IPOs are those IPO that has been drafted with SEBI or have been approved by SEBI & their Date of issue is out. In this article, you will find Upcoming, Active & Ongoing IPOs in India.
Check out the list of Top 10 Upcoming IPOs here –
|IPO Name||IPO Size (Rs.)||Price Band (Rs.)||Issue Date|
|Hexagon Nutrition IPO||100 Cr.||NA||Apr-22|
|Delhivery IPO||7400 Cr.||NA||Apr-22|
|LIC IPO||80000 Cr.||NA||Apr-22|
|Rainbow Children’s Medicare IPO||2000 Cr.||NA||Apr-22|
|Capillary Technologies India IPO||850 Cr.||NA||Apr-22|
|eMudhra IPO||200 Cr.||NA||Apr-22|
|Venus Pipes & Tubes IPO||NA||NA||Apr-22|
|Asianet Satellite Communications IPO||765 Cr.||NA||Apr-22|
|Bharat FIH IPO||5003.80 Cr.||NA||Apr-22|
|Snapdeal IPO||1250 Cr.||NA||Apr-22|
|Jesons Industries IPO
An Initial Public Offer (IPO) is the first sale of stock that is issued to the public by a company.
Before issuing the IPO, the company is considered private with comparatively fewer shareholders such as founders, families, and friends, who invested in the early stages.
In other words, IPO is a medium to raise financial aid from the investors for pursuing the future projects of the company. After ‘going public’ the company gets listed on the stock exchange.
After the IPO is issued, the investors get a chance to buy company shares directly from the stock exchange at the amount traded in the exchange.
IPO’s also provide funds to the company for its future growth and for paying off its previous debts.