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Over Rs 30,000 cr worth of IPOs likely in 2020; SBI Cards, UTI AMC among key names

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  • Over Rs 30,000 cr worth of IPOs likely in 2020; SBI Cards, UTI AMC among key names
    2020-01-02, By: System Administrator

    Experts also expect IPOs of HDB Financial, National Insurance Company, National Stock Exchange, RailTel, Indian Railways Finance Corporation etc which are yet to file their prospectus for IPOs.

    With manybig companies likely to hit the primary market, 2020 could be far better than 2019. In fact, it could be the best in the past five years, as suggested by experts who Moneycontrol spoke to.

    Only 17 companies launched their IPOs in 2019. Dinesh Engineers withdrew its public issue due to weak market conditions during the year 2019

    Hence, 16 firms (against 24 companies in 2018) raised Rs 12,362 crore in total.

    The year 2020 is expected to be completely different as at least 20 companies will come out with their IPOs and the size could be far more than those launched in 2019, experts feel.

    "2020 will be much better than last 5 years in terms of number of companies and size of IPOs. India is capital hungry and a good way to raise long term capital is through equities," Umesh Mehta, Head of Research, Samco Securities told Moneycontrol.

    VK Sharma, Head PCG & Capital Markets Strategy at HDFC Securities also sees substantially higher number of IPOs in the 2020 compared to 2019.

    As per the Prime Database (as of December 20, 2019), the size of IPOs which already received SEBI approval or awaiting nod could be more than Rs 30,000-35,000 crore.

    More than 30 companies filed their draft red herring prospectus since September 2018 (including 20 in 2019 itself), of which Mazgaon Dock Shipbuilders, Route Mobile (Rs 600 crore approved by SEBI on January 1, 2020), Samhi Hotels (Rs 2,000 crore), IREDA (Rs 750 crore), Shyam Steel, Bajaj Energy (Rs 5,450 crore), Powerica, Satyasai Pressure, Annai Infra Developershave already received

    approval from the SEBI for launching IPOs within a year.

    The companies which filed their IPO papers in 2019 include SBI Cards & Payment Services (Rs 9,600 crore), Burger King India (Rs 1,000 crore), Puranik Builders (Rs 1,000 crore), Home First Finance (Rs 1,500 crore), Easy Trip Planners (Rs 510 crore), Equitas Small Finance Bank (Rs 1,000 crore), UTI AMC (Rs 4,000 crore), Montecarloand Mukesh Trends Lifestyle.

    Umesh Mehta said HDB Financial, SBI Cards, Burger King etc would be a few IPOs which are expected to gain limelight in 2020.

    Umesh Mehta said HDB Financial, SBI Cards, Burger King etc would be a few IPOs which are expected to gain limelight in 2020.

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    HDB Financial, National Insurance Company, National Stock Exchange, RailTeland Indian Railways Finance Corporation are also expected to file their prospectus for IPOs soon.

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    "A lot of new issues (IPOs) are lined up in 2020, some of which could have the potential to create long term wealth," Siddhartha Khemka, Senior Vice President | Head-Retail Research at Motilal Oswal Financial Services said.

    But again as usual, any weak market condition/sentiment can slow down or force companies to think many times to launch IPOs, experts feel.

    "Though a lot of IPO are lined up. Sailing of IPOs would be depend on 2 main factors first is pricing of the issue & second is market scenario (Sentiments), If market scenario continue to remain positive than we may

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