Rolex Rings IPO gets subscribed 9.26 times on the second day of bidding
- Automotive components manufacturer Rolex Rings gets subscribed 9.26 times on July 29, the second day of the issue.
- The portion reserved for retail investors saw good response on the second day as well as it was subscribed 15.89 times the issue size.
- The company is looking to raise ₹731 crore with a price band of ₹880-900 per share.
Overall, the issue was subscribed 9.26 times on the first day. The IPO has received bids for 5.2 crore equity shares against the IPO size of 56.85 lakh equity shares.
On the institutional side, shares reserved for qualified institutional buyers (QIB) continued to have tepid response as only 3.70 lakh shares received bids against 16.24 lakh shares.
AdvertisementThe IPO for Rolex Rings opened Wednesday, July 28 and will close on July 30 with a price band of ₹880-900.
Here are the important details to note:
|Price band||₹880 to ₹900|
|IPO open date||July 28|
|IPO close date||July 30|
|Allotment date||August 4|
|Initiation of refunds||August 5|
|Credit of shares to demat account||August 6|
|IPO listing date||August 9|
The Rajkot-based company is a manufacturer and global supplier of forged and machined components. The firm has 3 manufacturing plants in Rajkot.
The offer comprises a fresh issue of ₹56 crore and an offer for sale by private equity firm Rivendell PE of up to 75 lakh equity shares.
The company will utilise the net proceeds of the IPO towards funding long-term working capital requirements and for general corporate purposes.
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