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IPOs galore – India’s primary market to remain buzzing in 2023

IPOs galore – India’s primary market to remain buzzing in 2023
  • Tata Technologies, Snapdeal, Fabindia and Navi Technologies are some of the most awaited IPOs of the season.
  • Around 13 companies filed their DRHPs between April to June 2023.
  • More tech, fintech and direct to consumer companies are expected to go public in the next two years.
After a slow start in 2023, the IPO market picked steam after the new financial year started in April. As many as 20 new companies listed on BSE and NSE, raising as much as ₹15,000 crore as of August. An IPO (Initial Public Offer) is the first sale of shares by a privately owned company to institutional and retail investors.

Though it’s a far cry from ₹58,346 crore raised in 2022 — a lot of large and small companies alike have filed their draft red herring prospectus (DRHPs) with market regulator SEBI — promising an exciting year ahead.

As per an E&Y report, around 13 companies filed their DRHPs in April to June 2023, adding to the pipeline. Most active sectors in recent IPOs include hospitality & construction, automotive & transportation, diversified industrial products, and real estate.

Apart from Rishabh Instruments’ ₹490 crore public offer and Ratnaveer Precision Engineering’s ₹165 crore public offers in the coming weeks, the stage has also been set for large companies looking to be listed.

Amongst the most anticipated IPOs are Tata Technologies wherein Tata Motors is selling stake. This would be the first Tata company to go public in 19 years as the last company that was listed by the group is industry major TCS.

Upcoming IPOs



Rishabh Instruments Limited

₹490.78 crore

Ratnaveer Precision Engineering Limited

₹165.03 crore

Companies who have filed their DRHP

Let’s look at some of the companies who have filed their DRHP and may soon announce their IPO -

  • Navi Technologies
  • Tata Technologies
  • Balaji Speciality Chemicals
  • Snapdeal
  • Fabindia
  • NSDL
  • Imagine Marketing (boAt)
Techs, fintechs & more

New-age companies like Snapdeal filed their papers with the regulator and would be very watched due to the mixed reactions that Internet companies are continuing to receive. Moreover, it would be one the first large e-commerce companies to test the markets.

Sachin Bansal’s Navi Technologies is another fintech company that will join the likes of Policybazaar, and household brand FabIndia has also refiled its papers.

In spite of a lot of investor concern around new-age companies, experts believe that India will see a lot of tech IPOs in the coming years. Mamaearth’s parent Honasa Consumer has also received a nod from SEBI for their IPO, even though it was delayed as of March this year.

“By FY25, India is likely to have up to 40 listed/IPO ready new-age companies, which can grow to 90 by FY28. SaaS, B2C Product Companies, and FinTech are amongst the most promising categories to produce IPO-ready companies," Rohan Agarwal, partner at Redseer said in a recent report.

These companies, Agarwal believes, have sizable revenues, sustainable growth, a strong EBITDA, and operate on defensible business models, making them strong candidates for IPO.

Another Solapur based specialty chemicals company Balaji Specialty Chemicals also hopes to add to the many companies that have provided outsized returns to their investors in the last few years — as the sector is on an upcycle.

"India's current IPO market trend showcases its immense potential and has witnessed a remarkable surge in recent years. In the forthcoming months, there is anticipated to be significant momentum in the Indian IPO market, encompassing both the main and SME market segments," said Adarsh Ranka, partner, financial accounting advisory services leader, network firm of EY Global.

Fundraising in 2023


Funds raised in 2023

Vishnu Prakash R Punglia

₹309 crore

Aeroflex Industries

₹351 crore

Pyramid Technoplast

₹153 crore

TVS Supply Chain

₹880 crore

Concord Biotech

₹1,551 crore

SBFC Finance

₹1,025 crore

Yatharth Hospital

₹686 crore

Netweb Technologies

₹631 crore

Utkarsh Small Finance Bank

₹500 crore

Senco Gold

₹405 crore

Cyient DLM

₹592 crore

Ideaforge Technologies

₹567 crore

HMA Agro

₹480 crore

IKIO Lighting

₹606 crore

Divgi TorqTransfer

₹412 crore

Global Surface

₹155 crore

Udayshivkumar Infra

₹66 crore

Mankind Pharma

₹4,326 crore

Avalon Technologies

₹865 crore


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