Rishabh Instruments Subscribed 73% On Day 1

The IPO has been subscribed 0.73 times, or 73%, as of 5 p.m. on Wednesday.

<div class="paragraphs"><p>(Source: Rishabh Instruments website)</p></div>
(Source: Rishabh Instruments website)

Rishabh Instruments Ltd. launched its initial public offering on Aug. 30.

The energy-efficiency solutions provider plans to raise Rs 490.8 crore via a fresh issue and an offer for sale.

The fresh issue will consist of 17 lakh equity shares aggregating Rs 75 crore, and the OFS includes 94,28,178 shares aggregating Rs 415.8 crore. The price band is fixed in the range of Rs 418–441 per share.

Out of the total IPO size, 50% is reserved for qualified institutional buyers, 15% for non-institutional investors, and the remaining 35% is to be allotted to retail individual investors. The business has set aside up to 20,000 equity shares under the IPO for subscription by eligible employees.

Rishabh Instruments Ltd. has raised Rs 147.2 crore from anchor investors ahead of its IPO on Aug. 30.

The energy-efficiency solutions provider allotted nearly 33.4 lakh shares at Rs 441 apiece to a total of 16 anchor investors.

The investors include HDFC Mutual Fund, Nippon Life, Sundaram Mutual Fund, Bandhan Mutual Fund, Aditya Birla Sun Life Insurance, Quant Mutual Fund, Tata Multicap Fund, Ashoka India Equity Investment Trust and 3P India Equity Fund.

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Issue Details

  • Issue opens: Aug. 30.

  • Issue closes: Sept. 1.

  • Fresh issue size: Rs 75 crore.

  • OFS size: Rs 415.8 crore.

  • Face value: Rs 10 apiece.

  • Fixed price band: Rs 418–441 per share.

  • Minimum lot size: 34 shares.

  • Listing: NSE, BSE.

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Headquartered in Nashik, Maharashtra, Rishabh Instruments is a worldwide supplier of energy-efficiency solutions. The company focuses on electrical automation, metering and measurement, precision-engineered items, and high-pressure die castings made from aluminium through its subsidiary, Lumel Alucast. These products find diverse applications across the power, automotive, and industrial domains.

The corporation primarily follows a business-to-business model, which is purchase order-based for all segments except portable test and measuring instruments, which are also sold on a merchant basis.

Rishabh Instruments Raises Rs 147.2 Crore From Anchor Investors Ahead Of IPO

Use Of Proceeds

The funds that will be raised will be employed for the following purposes:

  • Financing the Rs 59.5-crore cost of the expansion of the Nashik manufacturing facility.

  • General corporate purposes.

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Subscription Status: Day 1

The IPO has been subscribed 0.73 times, or 73%, as of 5 p.m. on Wednesday.

  • Institutional investors: 0.01 times or 1%.

  • Non-institutional investors: 1.24 times.

  • Retail investors: 0.92 times or 92%.

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