Government-possessed guard gear producer Bharat Dynamics Ltd is looking for Rs 7,844. 43 crore ($1.21 billion) in valuation through its first sale of stock, start one week from now.
The Hyderabad-based open segment unit has settled a value band of Rs 413-428 for each offer for the Rs 960.94-crore IPO at the upper end of the band, the organization said on Wednesday.
The three-day open issue, which opens on 13 March, will be totally an optional market deal. The administration, going about as the promoter, will offer 22.45 million offers, or weaken a 12.25% stake in the organization, on a post-issue premise.
From the date of posting, Bharat Dynamics will get three years to convey its promoter stake down to 75%, or lower, to meet the Securities and Exchange Board of India standards on least open buoys.
Bharat Dynamics had documented its draft outline with SEBI on 22 January. It got administrative freedom on 15 February.
The organization is the most recent among PSU barrier and resistance related organizations to select the capital markets course. Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd had recorded its draft proposition with SEBI in October 2017 in the wake of moving forward and backward on its gets ready for a long time. It had gotten administrative gesture for its IPO soon thereafter.
Another state-possessed firm, Mishra Dhatu Nigam Ltd (Midhani) had petitioned for an IPO in January and got SEBI gesture a month later. The organization makes exceptional steel and superalloy items, other than being the main producer of titanium composites in India. It obliges safeguard, aviation, control age, atomic and other general building ventures.
PSU offerings are a piece of the administration’s record disinvestment focus of Rs 80,000 crore for the following money related year.
The legislature has raised Rs 92,476 crore through disinvestment in the current financial year up until this point, higher than the Rs 72,500 crore target. In any case, more than 33% of that sum, or Rs 36,9015 crore, originated from the stake deal in state-run refiner Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd to state-run pilgrim Oil and Natural Gas Corp.
Bharat Dynamics was consolidated in 1970. It is occupied with making surface-to-air rockets (SAMs), against tank guided rockets (ATGMs), submerged weapons, launchers, countermeasures and test hardware.
It is the sole maker for SAMs in India, torpedoes and ATGMs. The organization is the sole provider of SAMs and ATGMs to the Indian military. It is additionally occupied with the matter of restoration and life augmentation of rockets produced.
The organization works three assembling offices situated in Hyderabad, Bhanur and Visakhapatnam. It is setting up two all the more assembling offices at Ibrahimpatnam (close Hyderabad) and Amravati in Maharashtra. The proposed units will be utilized to make SAMs and short-run air protection rockets (VSHORADMs), separately.
The organization had a request book of Rs 11,164 crore as on 31 October 2017.
SBI Capital Markets, IDBI Capital Markets and Securities, and Yes Securities are trader investors dealing with the IPO.