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Public issue
Initial Public offer (IPO) Further public offer (FPO)/Seasoned Equity Offering (SEO)

Rights issue Bonus issue Private placement

Preferential issue Qualified institutional placement (QIP)

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Company should not be barred/prohibited from accessing capital markets by SEBI Net Tangible Assets of at least Rs. 3 crores in each of the preceding three full years. Not more than 50% of this should be held in monetary assets Distributable profits in atleast 3 of the immediately preceding 5 years. Net worth of at least Rs. 1 crore in each of the preceding three full years.

If the company has changed its name within the last 1 year, atleast 50% revenue for the preceding 1 year should be from the activity suggested by the new name. The issue size does not exceed 5 times the pre issue net worth as per the audited balance sheet of the last FY. Otherwise an IPO may be made only if
The issue is made through the book-building process, with at least 50% of net offer to public) being allotted to the QIBs OR the project has at least 15% participation by FIs/SCBs AND The minimum post-issue face value capital of the company shall be Rs. 10 crores. OR There shall be a compulsory market-making for at least 2 years from the date of listing


Issuer must make an application for listing of the securities being offered on atleast one stock exchange having nationwide trading terminals. Issuer must have an agreement with atleast one depository for dematerialisation of securities being offered. Draft prospectus to be filed with SEBI atleast 30 days prior to filing with RoC/Stock Exchange. SEBI can seek clarifications, issue observations or specify changes


Copy of in-principle approval from all stock exchanges where securities to be offered are intended to be listed No partly paid shares outstanding on date of issue. No outstanding instruments which would entitle the existing promoters or shareholders to any option to receive shares after the IPO. No payment by company or promoters to persons who have been allotted shares Promoters should contribute not less than 20% of the post issue capital.


Promoters to bring in entire amount atleast 1 day prior to issue opening date. Promoters contribution locked in for 3 years. Draft offer document to be made public for 21 days from date of filing with SEBI. Issuer must obtain an IPO Grade from at least one CRA Mandatory disclosure in the Prospectus of all IPO Grades so obtained alongwith rationale furnished by the CRA for each of the grades obtained.


IPO grading can be done either before filing the draft offer documents with SEBI or thereafter Factors considered in an IPO Grading
Business Prospects and Competitive Position Financial Position Management Quality Corporate Governance Practices Compliance and Litigation History New ProjectsRisks and Prospects

Grading is done without taking into account the price at which the security is offered in the IPO.

Era of free pricing since 1992. Issuer decides price in consultation with merchant banker. EPS, PE multiple, Return on Net Worth and comparison of these with peer group companies. Shares to retail individual investors can be offered at a discount of maximum 10% to the price at which the shares are offered to other categories of public. Shares to applicants of firm allotment category may be issued at a price higher than the price at which shares are offered to public.

Issue may be Fixed Price issue or Book Built issue. Book building is a process of price discovery. The price band is a band of price within which investors can bid. Spread between the cap and floor of the price band should not be more than 20%. Issue to be kept open for atleast 3-7 working days. After the bidding process is complete, the cutoff price is arrived at based on the demand of securities. Revision of bid quantity or price is allowed.

Cover Page Full contact details of the Issuer Company, lead managers and registrars The nature, number, price and amount of instruments offered and issue size Particulars regarding listing. Credit Rating, IPO Grading.

Risk Factors
Internal & External Risks, Measures to counter risk Forward looking statements

Introduction Industry Background. Business of the company Summary financials Merchant bankers, brokers, bankers, underwriters etc Capital structure details Object of the fund raising Implementation plan Terms of issue Rationale for pricing Tax benefits

About Us Business Strategy Competitive strengths Insurance Industry Regulation History & Corporate structure Main objects Experience of promoters Management & Board of Directors Compensation Corporate Governance

Financial Statements Audited financial statements as per Indian as well as US GAAP/IFRS, reconciliation statement

Legal Information
Any pending litigation Licensing requirements Investment approvals

Other Statutory Disclosures

Offering Information
Ranking of equity shares Face value & issue price Issue procedure Nomination facility Allotment Payment instructions Basis of allotment & refunds Dividend Payments

Other Information

Investors are classified under following categories:
Retail individual Investor (RIIs) NonInstitutional Investors (NIIs) Qualified Institutional Buyers (QIBs)

Not less than 35% of the net offer to the public shall be available for allocation to retail individual investors; Not less than 15% of the net offer to the public shall be available for allocation to noninstitutional investors i.e. investors other than retail individual investors and QIB Not more than 50% of the net offer to the public shall be available for allocation to Qualified Institutional Buyers

Demat compulsory. Oversubscription ratios are calculated for each of the categories as against the shares reserved for each of the categories in the offer document. Allotment of shares is on a proportionate basis within the respective categories. Allotment within 15 days of closure of issue. Listing within 3 weeks after closure of issue.


Start Date

End Date

Offer Price ()

Bharti Infratel Limited Speciality Restaurants Limited Samvardhana Motherson Finance Ltd Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Limited National Buildings Construction Corporation Limited Olympic Cards Ltd Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd

11/12/2012 14/12/2012 16/05/2012 18/05/2012 2/5/2012 4/5/2012

210.00 - 240.00 146.00 - 155.00 113.00 - 118.00 120.00 - 126.00 90.00 - 106.00 30.00 - 32.00

24/04/2012 26/04/2012 22/03/2012 27/03/2012 9/3/2012 13/03/2012

22/02/2012 24/02/2012 860.00 - 1032.00

Category RII NII

Offered 66,115,000 28,335,000

Bid 12,243,000 8,320,250

Subscription Rate 18.52 29.36






GSO for stabilizing the post listing price of shares. The company shall appoint one of the merchant bankers from amongst the issue management team, as the stabilizing agent (SA), who will be responsible for the price stabilization process. General meeting authorizing the public issue, should also authorize the possibility of allotment of further shares to the (SA) at the end of the stabilization period. The SA shall also enter into an agreement with the promoters or pre-issue shareholders who will lend their shares. The maximum number of shares that may be so borrowed cannot exceed 15% of the total issue size.


Lead merchant banker shall determine the amount of shares to be overallotted with the public issue, subject to the maximum that can be the shares borrowed from promoters. The allocation of these shares shall be pro-rata to all the applicants The stabilization mechanism shall be available for the period disclosed by the company in the prospectus, which shall not exceed 30 days from the date when trading permission was given by the exchange(s). A separate demat account and bank account will be opened for GSO shares & proceeds.


The shares bought from the market and lying in the GSO Demat Account shall be returned to the promoters not later than 2 working days after the close of the stabilization period. The prime responsibility of the SA shall be to stabilize post listing price of the shares. For this, the SA shall determine the timing of buying the shares, the quantity to be bought, the price at which the shares are to be bought etc. On expiry of the stabilization period, in case the SA does not buy shares to the extent of shares over-allotted by the company from the market, the issuer company shall allot shares to the extent of the shortfall within 5 days of the closure of the stabilization period. These shares shall be returned to the promoters by the SA in lieu of the shares borrowed from them.

The broker shall collect the client registration form duly filled up and signed alongwith documents as per "KYC norm The broker shall, thereafter, enter the buy order in the system, on behalf of the clients and enter details including the name, address, telephone number and category of the applicant, the number of shares applied for, beneficiary ID, DP code etc. and give an order number/order confirmation slip to the applicant. The broker may collect an amount to the extent of 100% of the application money as margin money from the clients before he places an order on their behalf. After finalisation of basis of allocation The Exchange shall process and generate the broker-wise funds pay-in obligation and shall send the file containing the allocation details to member brokers.

On receipt of the basis of allocation data, the brokers shall immediately intimate the fact of allocation to their client /applicant. The broker shall ensure that each successful client/applicant submits the duly filled-in and signed application form to him along with the amount payable towards the application money. The broker shall, thereafter, hand over the application forms of the successful applicants who have paid the application money, to the exchange, which shall submit the same to the Registrar to Issue/company for their records. In the event of the successful applicants failing to pay the application money, the broker through whom such client placed orders, shall bring in the funds to the extent of the clients default.

On receipt of the sum payable on application for the amount towards minimum subscription, the company shall allot the shares to the applicants. Shares will be credited to their demat accounts.

Follow on Public Offer

The aggregate of the proposed issue and all other issues in the same financial year must not exceed 5 times pre-issue networth as per audited financial statements of last FY. In case there is a change in the the name of the issuer company within the last 1 year the revenue accounted for by the activity suggested by the new name is not less than 50% of its total revenue in the preceding 1 full-year period.

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Depository Receipts (DRs) are negotiable securities issued outside India by a Depository bank, on behalf of an Indian company, which represent the local Rupee denominated equity shares of the company held as deposit by a Custodian bank in India. DRs are traded on listed and traded on Stock Exchanges in the US & other overseas capital markets. In the Indian context, DRs are treated as FDI. Scheme for issue of Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds and Ordinary Shares (Through Depository Receipt Mechanism) Scheme, 1993 and guidelines issued by the Government of India thereunder from time to time.

Unlisted companies, which have not yet accessed the ADR/GDR route for raising capital in the international market, would require prior or simultaneous listing in the domestic market, while seeking to issue such overseas instruments. The proceeds so raised have to be kept abroad till actually required in India. Pending repatriation or utilisation of the proceeds, the Indian company can invest the funds. There are no end-use restrictions except for a ban on deployment/investment of such funds in real estate or the stock market. There is no monetary limit up to which an Indian company can raise ADRs / GDRs.

The pricing of ADR / GDR issues should be made at a price not less than the higher of the following two averages:
The average of the weekly high and low of the closing prices of the related shares quoted on the stock exchange during the 2 months preceding the relevant date; The average of the weekly high and low of the closing prices of the related shares quoted on a stock exchange during the 2 weeks preceding the relevant date.

The "relevant date" means the date when the BoD of the issuer passes a resolution authorizing the issue.

Authorized by Articles Approval of shareholders in general meeting Distributable profits in 3 preceding financial years No defaults in compliance with regulations DVR shares not to exceed 25% of total share capital issued Pantaloon Retail DVR - Additional 5% Dividends, 10 Shares= 1 Vote, Equity 260/- DVR 177/-

Foreign issuing company shall have : preissue paidup capital and free reserves of at least US$ 50 million Min. Avg. market capitalization (during the last 3 years) in its parent country of at least US$ 100 mn a continuous trading record or history on a stock exchange in its parent country for at least 3 immediately preceding years track record of distributable profits for at least 3 out of immediately preceding 5 years Min issue size of INR 50 crs.

Draft prospectus to be filed with SEBI, final with ROC. Can be converted to equity shares after expiry of 1 year from date of issue. Subscriber can be purchased by any person resident in India (FEMA) Min. application of INR 20,000 Atleast 50% of issue for QIB & balance for non institutional.