Auto parts producer Rolex Rings made its financial exchange debut on Monday with its offers posting at ₹1,250 per share on the NSE, flooding almost 39% premium over its issue cost of ₹900 per share. On BSE, the stock was exchanging at ₹1,252 per share.
Rolex Rings starting public offer (IPO), that had opened for membership on July 28 and shut on July 30, was bought in 130.44 occasions on its last day of the offering. The organization’s value band was fixed at ₹880-900 for each offer.
The issue contained a new issue of up to ₹56 crore and a proposal available to be purchased (OFS) of up to 75 lakh value shares. Equirus Capital Private Limited, IDBI Capital Markets and Securities Limited, and JM Financial Limited were the administrators of the offer.
The ₹731-crore IPO got offers for 74,16,00,096 offers against 56,85,556 offers on offer. The certified institutional purchasers (QIBs) class was bought in 143.58 occasions, non-institutional financial backers 360.11 occasions, and retail singular financial backers (RIIs) 24.49 occasions. It had collected around ₹219 crore from anchor financial backers in front of its IPO.
Numerous financiers had prescribed Subscribe rating to the issue as the organization is one of the main fashioning makers with a topographically enhanced income base and is accessible at sensible valuation when contrasted with its companions. Equirus Capital Private Limited, IDBI Capital Markets and Securities Limited, and JM Financial Limited were the directors of the offer.
Rolex Rings, situated in Gujarat, is one of the main five fashioning organizations in India as far as introduced limit and a maker and worldwide provider of hot moved produced and machined bearing rings, and car parts. It supplies bearing rings and car segments to more than 60 clients in 17 nations principally situated in India, USA, and Thailand and European nations.