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SME IPOs catch investors' eye, raise Rs 811 crore in FY17

The huge fund-raising can be attributed to reforms and initiatives taken by the government to encourage the SME sector., Quick Heal get nod for IPOs; may raise Rs 1K cr

The Securities and Exchange Board of India cleared the proposed initial share sales and gave final observations on the IPOs on December 18.

Sebi does not need to ration number of IPOs: Sinha

Since the beginning of 2015, as many as 41 companies have filed draft documents with Sebi to float IPOs.

IPO of 4 companies to hit stock markets this month

To tap strong investor sentiments, four companies including Dilip Buildcon and Navkar Corp plans to hit the capital markets this month, to raise an estimated over Rs 1,800 crore through initial public offers (IPOs).

Big day for IPOs: IndiGo, Infibeam, Teamlease eye over Rs 3,000 crore

In a big day for IPOs, at least three companies -- low-cost carrier IndiGo, staffing firm Teamlease and e-retailer Infibeam -- have lined up public offers to raise an estimated over Rs 3,000 crore from investors.

Sadbhav Infra, UFO Moviez get Sebi nod for IPO

Two firms Sadbhav Infrastructure Projects and UFO Moviez India have received capital markets regulator Sebi's approval to raise funds worth Rs 600 crore and Rs 750 crore respectively through Initial Public Offers.

Six companies approach Sebi with IPO proposals

Looking to tap into the upbeat investor sentiment, as many as six companies have filed their initial papers with market regulator Sebi to raise at least Rs 2,000 crore through initial public offers (IPOs).

18 SMEs line up IPOs

As many as 18 small and medium enterprises have lined up their initial public offers (IPOs) to fund business expansion and meet working capital requirements.

14 companies raise Rs 562 cr through IPOs in September

Tapping strong investor sentiment, as many as 14 companies came out with initial public offers to raise Rs 562 crore in September this year.

Firms garner Rs 1,019 cr via IPO in H1 FY15

The IPO market has not been able to match the bullish sentiment in the overall equity space as a little over Rs 1,000 crore was raised through public offers in the first half of 2014-15.

To boost primary market, Sebi may drop mandatory IPO grading

"As far as further measures (for boosting the IPO market) are concerned, there is a unanimous view now that IPO grading should not be compulsory. We will consider that," Sebi Chairman U K Sinha said here.

Sebi issues notices to attach bank accounts in IPO fraud case

Further, the banks have been asked by Sebi not to allow any debit in these accounts until further orders.

Indian companies garner Rs 1,050 cr via IPOs in H1 of FY'14

Indian companies mopped up a total Rs 1,050 crore through initial public offers (IPOs) in the first half of 2013-14, sharply up by 36 percent over the same period of the last fiscal.

Reforms help retail interest in IPOs grow 3-times: Sebi

The large-size IPOs (Initial Public Offers) as such attract a large number of individual investors.

Companies begin taking baby steps towards share sales

Amid a sluggish secondary market, companies have begun firming plans to raise funds through IPOs and FPOs, although for smaller amounts, with at least eight entities filing draft documents with Sebi for the same.

SEBI favours shorter IPO bidding period, faster listing

Capital Market regulator SEBI will soon ask companies seeking to raise funds through Initial Public Offers (IPOs) to complete the bidding process within a maximum five days and get listed in another five days.

Sebi to consider 'safety net' for IPO investors next month

Market regulator Sebi will consider next month providing capital protection to part of investments made by very small investors in IPOs (initial public offers), although the move is being opposed by investment bankers and certain other sections of the industry.

Sebi plans stricter monitoring for usage of IPO funds

With an aim to safeguard investors' interest in Initial Public Offers, Sebi on Thursday said it will put in place additional mechanism for monitoring the usage of funds and the companies would not be allowed to utilise over more 25 percent of proceeds for 'general corporate purposes'.

Funds through IPOs slump 82% to Rs 5,800 crore in 2011-12

Indian companies raised a total of Rs 5,800 crore during the last fiscal 2011-12 through Initial Public Offers (IPOs) -- a slump of 82 per cent from the previous year.

Merchant bankers start disclosing IPO track-record

In a move aimed at helping investors take an informed decision on Initial Public Offers, the merchant bankers have begun disclosing the performance record of the IPOs managed by them in the past.