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Mumbai: In one of the busiest weeks for IPOs in years, Dalal Street will see five maiden public offerings, which aim to mobilise nearly Rs 7,400 crore.

With the Rs 3,043-crore offer, Tata Technologies will be the biggest. The other four are: Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA), Flair Writing, Gandhar Oil Refinery and Fedbank Financial. While the IREDA issue closes on November 23, the other four are set to close the next day.

On Wednesday, the Tata Tech IPO was subscribed within a couple of hours of opening, and closed the day with a 6.6 times oversubscription. This is the first such offering for a Tata Group company in nearly 20 years and there’s strong interest from all categories of investors for it, market players said.

According to Prashanth Tapse, senior VP (research), Mehta Equities, the Tata Tech IPO is high in demand among all kinds of investors due to its legacy and business performance. It also received a huge response from anchor investors, including from global investors like Goldman Sachs, BNP Paribas, Prudential Assurance Company and HSBC Global.

“We like the company’s diverse product portfolio across different product categories from traditional OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) to new age energy vehicles…,” he wrote in a note to clients.

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Tata Tech, IREDA, Flair Writing IPOs among 5 to launch this week: Should you subscribe? Heres what analysts sayFive companies in India are set to launch IPOs worth over Rs 7,000 crore in the upcoming week. Analysts advise investors to consider subscribing to these IPOs, especially Tata Technologies and IREDA. The influx of IPOs is not expected to impact liquidity in the main markets. Tata Technologies IPO is valued at Rs 3,042 crore with a price band of Rs 475-500, while IREDA has an IPO size of Rs 2,150 crore and a price band of Rs 30-32. The Gandhar Oil Refinery, Flair Writing Industries, and Fedbank Financial Services are also offering IPOs.

  • Published On Nov 23, 2023 at 07:20 PM IST

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