Before knowing what are the Upcoming IPOs in India, lets understand what is an IPO. In an IPO (Initial Public Offering), a private company sells shares to the general public. When a company is considered private before the IPO, the growth is noticeable, but with relatively few shareholders and little capital.
It registers with SEBI for an IPO when it reaches a certain stage in the growth process where it feels it is ready for the rigors of SEC regulations with the benefits and responsibilities of public shareholders. To participate in the market, a new IPO must submit red Herring Prospectus (RHP) and IPO Draft Prospectus (DRHP).
The following is a comprehensive list of 10 upcoming IPOs in India in 2021. Find out which companies are going public in 2021 by visiting this blog. One place to find all the latest information on IPOs you would need to know where to invest your money and start your trade.
Upcoming IPOs in India
1. AMI Organics Ltd. IPO
Research and development (R&D) are at the core of Ami Organics Limited, a manufacturer of high-quality specialty chemicals with diverse applications, primarily for the development and manufacture of advanced pharmaceutical intermediates (Pharma Intermediates) including APIs that are regulated and generic and NCEs (New Chemical Entities) and key starting materials used for agrochemicals and fine chemicals, including business acquired from Gujarat Organics Limited (GOL). The psychotropics that it manufactures are also used in antiretroviral, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, anti-Parkinson, anti-depressive, and anticoagulant therapeutic areas, commanding a significant market share across India and globally.
2. Arohan Financial Services Ltd. IPO
Financial institution Arohan Financial operates in under-penetrated states with low incomes in India. Customers with limited access to financial products and services receive income-generating loans from us. PT’s Gross Loan Portfolio (“GLP”) stood at ₹48.57 billion at the end of September 2020. NBFC-MFIs were also the biggest NBFC-MFIs in Eastern India and India’s fifth largest NBFC-MFIs based on Gross Loan Portfolio as of September 30, 2020.
3. MobiKwik IPO
The company is part of the fintech sector. As measured by gross merchandise value (“GMV”) for mobile wallets (MobiKwik Wallet) and Buy Now Pay Later (“BNPL”) in Fiscal 2021, it is a leading player in these areas in India.
4. Adani Wilmar
There are only a few large food companies in India that offer all the essential ingredients for Indian households, including oils, flour, rice, pulses, and sugar. Adani Wilmar Limited is also one of the few companies that offer all five basics. Products include wheat flour, rice, pulses, and sugar. One of the company’s flagship brands is Fortune. That brand is the most popular in India.
5. Seven Islands Shipping IPO
By deadweight tonnage, Seven Islands Shipping ranks third among Indian seaborne logistics companies. Based on the CRISIL Report, the company held a significant share of the Indian time charter market in 2020. As part of its trade activities, the company exports liquid products such as oil, lube oil, and liquid chemicals on product vessels classified as Small, Medium, and Long-Range. Aframax, Suezmax, and Very Large Crude Carriers, or VLCCs, are classes of vessels that transport crude oil under the company’s crude oil logistics business. As of now, Seven Islands Shipping carries out its oil products operation through Small and MR vessels, while its crude oil logistics operations are conducted via Suezmax vessels.
6. Aadhar Housing Finance IPO
As of March 31, 2020, Aadhar Housing Finance has the largest AUM of all the affordable housing finance companies in India. It provides residential, commercial, and home improvement loans as well as loans for commercial property acquisitions and construction.
7. Fincare Small Finance Bank IPO
Among Fincare’s banking products are also savings accounts, current accounts, fixed deposits, NRI fixed deposits, recurring deposits, microcredit, cash overdrafts, gold loans, property loans, institutional finance, and two-wheeler loans.
8. Nuvoco Vistas
In terms of capacity, Nuvoco Vistas cement company is the fifth largest cement producer in India. Their cement production capacity will account for about 4.2% of the total cement capacity in India, 17% in East India, and 5% in North India, and they will also be the leading ready-mix concrete manufacturer in India.
In addition to Nuvoco Vistas Cement Plants in East India, we have plants in Bihar, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, and Haryana in North India. Nuvoco Vistas RMX plants are also across the country. Currently, the cement plants are capable of producing 22,32 MMTPA as of December 31, 2020.
9. Glenmark Life Sciences LTD.
The Glenmark Life Sciences company manufactures Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs). Founded in 2011, the company is also a wholly-owned subsidiary of Glenmark Pharma. A key player in the API space, Glenmark Life competes in India with names such as Divi’s Labs, Laurus Labs, Aarti Drugs, and Granules, among others. In addition to manufacturing and supplying APIs to European, North American & Latin American countries. Glenmark Life Sciences also produces solutions for the biopharmaceutical industry.
10. Dodla Dairy
A dairy company headquartered in the heart of South India, Dodla Dairy Limited was established in 1995. As a dairy company, it procures, processes distributes, and markets products that contain milk. It produces flavored milk, curd, butter, ghee, ice cream, and other dairy products (including standardized, toned, and double-toned milk). As for the overseas operations, DDL is also based in Uganda and Kenya, with its headquarters in Uganda. Most DDL operations are also conducted in the five Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Maharashtra.