1.1 ABOUT THE STUDY There are basically two types of companies: private and public. A private is just that, a company that is wholly owned by a group (or individual), that makes the decisions for the company without having to get approval from any sort of outside agency, i.e. board. A public company is a company that has issued stock on at least one exchange that is available to the general public. Publicly traded companies are owned by the shareholders and therefore management must disclose their actions to their investors, usually through meetings open to all once a quarter. In this article we will go over the process for transitioning from a private to public company, how one can invest in IPOs, how its initial price is dictated and rules for investing in IPOs. First thing we will go over is how a private company actually becomes a public traded company and why they would do it. Most private companies looking to expand need some sort of large capital infusion that can be difficult to acquire through traditional lending measures. One resource that all private companies have is that they can sell ownership in their company. Although this will dilute ownership, the capital infusion can help the company expand, pay off any debt as well as give them access to lenders that they would not been able to speak with before becoming public (because of the increased scrutiny a public company has to go through). Going public also raises the exposure and prestige of a company which can attract new clients as well as new employees. Being public also gives the company increased financing capabilities since they can use stocks and convertible debt. There are some disadvantages for going public as well. Companies will face significant fees for legal, auditing and accounting services that will have to be done. They will also decentralize the management decisions of a company since there will be an increase in the number of owners who can have a say. Also, a publicly traded company will have to open its books since they are required to file financial and pertinent business operations on a quarterly basis. The process of becoming a publicly traded company is done through underwriting by an investment bank. The first thing to a private will do is hire an investment bank that will basically be a bridge from the company to the investing public. Underwriting is the process of investment banks raising capital from investors for companies that are becoming


publicly trading companies. Companies do have the option of selling their shares themselves without an investment bank but then they would not be listed on an exchange. The biggest investment banks around today are Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley. Once the issuing company and investment bank have decided how much money will be raised and the type of securities they plan to offer, the investment bank will either make a firm commitment or best effort. Usually the investment bank and issuing company will structure the deal whereby the investment bank buys all the shares then resells to the public, which is a firm commitment. But there are deals that are done on a best effort basis whereby the investment bank will sell the shares but makes no commitment to the amount of money that will be raised. The amount of interest on the deal will determine which route to go (the hotter the IPO, the more likely the investment bank will make a firm commitment). Many times their will be multiple underwriters (or investment banks) as a way to spread the risks. Once the structure of the deal is in place, the next item is to file a registration agreement with the SEC. The registration agreement will contain financial statements, insider holdings, legal and debt problems, basically all pertinent information on the company and their business. After that, the SEC invokes a cooling off period where they investigate the company to make sure all relevant information has been disclosed. During the cooling off period, most issuing companies put together a red herring or prospectus and go on a road show to generate interest in the offering. The next step is for the investment bank and issuing company to come up with a date for the offering which will based on the interest generated from the prospectus as well as market conditions. It is not unheard of for a company to delay their IPO if market conditions are not favorable for their offering.


IPO Definition Initial Public Offering. The first sale of stock by a company to the public. Companies offering an IPO are sometimes new, young companies, or sometimes companies which have been around for many years but are finally deciding to go public. IPOs are often risky investments, but often have the potential for significant gains. IPOs are often used as a way for a young company to gain necessary market capital What is Book Building? SEBI guidelines defines Book Building as "a process undertaken by which a demand for the securities proposed to be issued by a body corporate is elicited and built-up and the price for such securities is assessed for the determination of the quantum of such securities to be issued by means of a notice, circular, advertisement, document or information memoranda or offer document". Book Building is basically a process used in Initial Public Offer (IPO) for efficient price discovery. It is a mechanism where, during the period for which the IPO is open, bids are collected from investors at various prices, which are above or equal to the floor price. The offer price is determined after the bid closing date. As per SEBI guidelines, an issuer company can issue securities to the public though prospectus in the following manner: 1. 2. 100% of the net offer to the public through book building process 75% of the net offer to the public through book building process and 25% at the

price determined through book building. The Fixed Price portion is conducted like a normal public issue after the Book Built portion, during which the issue price is determined. Is the most popular and coveted process all over the globe through which companies float their IPOs in the primary market. Final price of the IPO gets discovered only after the bidding process and hence is not prefixed. This article would help the readers to get an overview on book building method and


would help them to make informed IPO investment. Initial Public Offerings are issued to the primary market in various ways among which the most popular one is through book building process. This process utilizes the market forces for price discovery of the IPO.

Participants of Book Building

Institutional Investors Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) and MFs (Mutual Funds)

HNI (High Networth Individuals) These individuals buy IPOs at large quantities.

Retail Investors These are the common investors whose maximum investment limit is Rs. 50,000.

Process of Book Building
A company issuing an IPO through book building method follows the following steps:

A leading merchant banker is nominated by the IPO issuing company for book building, known as Book-Runner. The concerned company then announces the total number of IPO shares that it is willing to issue along with the price range/band. Investors are then allowed to bid for these issued shares for a limited time period. Investors place their preferences (that is, quantity and price of IPO shares) through a broker. brokers place these bids/orders on behalf of their clients through the electronic media into an electronic book where they are stored. These stored bids are henceforth evaluated by the merchant banker along with the IPO issuing company on the basis of certain criteria such as earliness of bid, aggression of price, quality of investor and many more.

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A cut-off price is then decided by accepting the lowest price at which all the IPO securities can be disposed off. IPOs are then allotted to those investors whose bid prices are above the cut-off mark until the IPO shares get exhausted.


Book building in BSE
BSE offers a book building platform through the Book Building software that runs on the BSE Private network. This system is one of the largest electronic book building networks in the world, spanning over 350 Indian cities through over 7000 Trader Work Stations via leased lines, VSATs and Campus LANS. The software is operated by book-runners of the issue and by the syndicate members , for electronically placing the bids on line real-time for the entire bidding period. In order to provide transparency, the system provides visual graphs displaying price v/s quantity on the BSE website as well as all BSE terminals. BOOK BUILDING PROCESS BSE Book Building is essentially a process used by companies raising capital through Public Offerings-both Initial Public Offers (IPOs) or Follow-on Public Offers ( FPOs) to aid price and demand discovery. It is a mechanism where, during the period for which the book for the offer is open, the bids are collected from investors at various prices, which are within the price band specified by the issuer. The process is directed towards both the institutional as well as the retail investors. The issue price is determined after the bid closure based on the demand generated in the process.

The Process:
The Issuer who is planning an offer nominates lead merchant banker(s) as 'book runners'. The Issuer specifies the number of securities to be issued and the price band for the bids. The Issuer also appoints syndicate members with whom orders are to be placed by the investors. The syndicate members input the orders into an 'electronic book'. This process is called 'bidding' and is similar to open auction.

m.m. the session timings can be further extended on specific request by the Book Running Lead Manager. efficient & transparent method for collecting bids using latest electronic trading systems • Costs involved in the issue are far less than those in a normal IPO The IPO market timings are from 10. On the last day of the IPO. The rest get refund orders. Book Building through the NSE system offers several advantages: • • The NSE system offers a nation wide bidding facility in securities It provides a fair. NSE decided to offer this infrastructure for conducting online IPOs through the Book Building process. Bids can be revised by the bidders before the book closes.00 a. Allocation of securities is made to the successful bidders.00 p. The NSE trading network spans various cities and towns across India. Book Building at NSE The NSE has set up nation-wide network for trading whereby members can trade remotely from their offices located all over the country. to 5. On the close of the book building period.6 The book normally remains open for a period of 5 days. the number of shares are fixed. The book runners and the Issuer decide the final price at which the securities shall be issued. the issue size gets frozen based on the final price per share. NSE operates a fully automated screen based bidding system called NEAT IPO that enables trading members to enter bids directly from their offices through a sophisticated telecommunication network. Bids have to be entered within the specified price band. the book runners evaluate the bids on the basis of the demand at various price levels. Generally. .

Stock market is the place to acquire money through investment. • • Most investors do not know which type of ipo are profitable The objective of every investors is to make capital gain by selling IPOs. But the problem is the most investors are that do not know which type or sector of IPOs is profitable. IPO is the opportunity for investor to make money easily.7 1. They should be guided properly to pull off capital gain.2 Scope of the study As India exposed to recession Indian investors will be in dilemma with their investment. But most of them are do not doing any technical approach of buying IPOs .

3 Objectives of the study: Primary objectives  To study the performance of ipo in Indian stock market Secondary objectives  To analyze the return of ipo for a specific period of time  To analyze the sector wise performance of ipo in Indian market .8 1.

9 1.4Limitations of the study  The study is conducted only for one month  The study is conducted on the basis of NSE data and is only applicable in India .

By 1830's business on corporate stocks and shares in Bank and Cotton presses took place in Bombay.5 INDUSTRY PROFILE INDIAN CAPITAL MARKET: AN OVERVIEW Indian Stock Markets are one of the oldest in Asia. Its history dates back to nearly 200 years ago. The earliest records of security dealings in India are meagre and obscure. .10 1. Though the trading list was broader in 1839. there were only half a dozen brokers recognized by banks and merchants during 1840 and 1850. The East India Company was the dominant institution in those days and business in its loan securities used to be transacted towards the close of the eighteenth century.

found a place in a street (now appropriately called as Dalal Street) where they would conveniently assemble and transact business. a disastrous slump began (for example. the "Native Share and Stock Brokers' Association" (which is alternatively known as " The Stock Exchange "). the situation changed radically. It gave a sharp boom which was followed by a slump. the Stock Exchange at Bombay was consolidated. those dealing in them found in the stock market as the only outlet for their activities. the Stock Exchange acquired a premise in the same street and it was inaugurated in 1899. Bank of Bombay Share which had touched Rs 2850 could only be sold at Rs. Many new associations were constituted for the purpose and Stock Exchanges in all parts of the country were floated.11 The 1850's witnessed a rapid development of commercial enterprise and brokerage business attracted many men into the field and by 1860 the number of brokers increased into 60. they formally established in Bombay. On account of the restrictive controls on cotton. However. In 1895. But. 87). in 1865. At the end of the American Civil War. . seeds and other commodities. thus. at the end of the American Civil War. in 1943. the brokers who thrived out of Civil War in 1874. In 1887. Thus. Indian Stock Exchanges .An Umbrella Growth The Second World War broke out in 1939. when India was fully mobilized as a supply base. They were anxious to join the trade and their number was swelled by numerous others. The number of brokers increased to about 200 to 250. bullion. the 'Share Mania' in India begun. In 1860-61 the American Civil War broke out and cotton supply from United States of Europe was stopped.

amalgamated into the Delhi Stock Exchnage Association Limited. Thus. all these pseudo stock exchanges were refused recognition by the Government of India and they thereupon ceased to function. Uttar Pradesh Stock Exchange Association Limited (at Kanpur. In Delhi two stock exchanges . during early sixties there were eight recognized stock exchanges in India (mentioned above). Post-independence Scenario Most of the exchanges suffered almost a total eclipse during depression. Nagpur Stock Exchange Limited (1940) and Hyderabad Stock Exchange Limited (1944) were incorporated. Most of the other exchanges languished till 1957 when they applied to the Central Government for recognition under the Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act. were recognized under the Act.12 The Uttar Pradesh Stock Exchange Limited (1940). Hyderabad and Indore. Madras. Lahore Exchange was closed during partition of the country and later migrated to Delhi and merged with Delhi Stock Exchange. Ludhiana Stock Exchange Association Limited (1983). Calcutta. 1986). Ahmedabad. 1956. Magadh Stock Exchange Association (at Patna. During eighties. there are totally twenty one recognized stock exchanges in India excluding the . The number virtually remained unchanged. Gauhati Stock Exchange Limited (1984). Kanara Stock Exchange Limited (at Mangalore. Saurashtra Kutch Stock Exchange Limited (at Rajkot. the well established exchanges. Vadodara Stock Exchange Limited (at Baroda. Bangalore Stock Exchange Limited was registered in 1957 and recognized in 1963.were floated and later in June 1947. 1990) and recently established exchanges . Bhubaneswar Stock Exchange Association Limited (1989). Only Bombay.Coimbatore and Meerut. Some of the members of the other Associations were required to be admitted by the recognized stock exchanges on a concessional basis.Delhi Stock and Share Brokers' Association Limited and the Delhi Stocks and Shares Exchange Limited . many stock exchanges were established: Cochin Stock Exchange (1980). however. at present. 1982). Jaipur Stock Exchange Limited (1989). but acting on the principle of unitary control. Thus. 1989). for nearly two decades. Delhi. and Pune Stock Exchange Limited (1982). 1985).

in contrast with the practice prevailing on New York and London Stock Exchanges.13 Over The Counter Exchange of India Limited (OTCEI) and the National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSEIL). A member broker in an Indian stock exchange can act as an agent. put in the specified group and the balance in non-specified group. The remarkable growth after 1985 can be clearly seen from the Table.000 shareholders are. buy and sell securities for his clients on a commission basis and also can act as a trader or dealer as a principal. and this was due to the favouring government policies towards security market industry. where a member can act as a jobber or a broker only. The latter is permitted only in the case of specified shares. growth-oriented companies with a paid-up capital of atleast Rs.100 million and having more than 20. . The brokers who carry over the outstandings pay carry over charges (cantango or backwardation) which are usually determined by the rates of interest prevailing. Two types of transactions can be carried out on the Indian stock exchanges: (a) spot delivery transactions "for delivery and payment within the time or on the date stipulated when entering into the contract which shall not be more than 14 days following the date of the contract" : and (b) forward transactions "delivery and payment can be extended by further period of 14 days each so that the overall period does not exceed 90 days from the date of the contract". but also in number of listed companies and in capital of listed companies. They are broadly divided into two categories. specified securities (forward list) and non-specified securities (cash list). buy and sell securities on his own account and risk. Trading Pattern of the Indian Stock Market Trading in Indian stock exchanges are limited to listed securities of public limited companies. The Table given below portrays the overall growth pattern of Indian stock markets since independence. namely.50 million and a market capitalization of atleast Rs. It is quite evident from the Table that Indian stock markets have not only grown just in number of exchanges. normally. Equity shares of dividend paying.

debenture. bonds etc. securities trading are regulated by the central government and such trading can take place only in stock exchange recognized by the government under this Act. Bangalore etc. Securities are defined as monetary claims and include stock. if these securities are marketable as in the case of government stock. At present there are 23 recognized stock exchange. shares. there is a great amount of effort to modernize the Indian stock exchanges in the very recent times. These securities are by the government. However. Chennai. like Mumbai. Hyderabad. Under the securities contract regulation Act of 1956. public sector undertaking and companies for borrowing funds and raising resources. they are transferable by endorsement and are like movable property.14 The nature of trading on Indian Stock Exchanges are that of age old conventional style of face-to-face trading with bids and offers being made by open outcry. Delhi. . are permanently recognized while a few are temporarily recognized. Calcutta. STOCK EXCHANGE Stock exchange is an organized market place where securities are traded. semi-government bodies.

Trading members can stay at their offices and execute the trading. Recognized members of NSE are called trading members who trade on behalf of themselves and their clients. certificate of deposit. commercial paper. . On the basis of the recommendations of high powered Pherwani Committee. it was found inevitable to lift the Indian stock market trading system on par with the international standards. treasury bills.institutions and corporate bodies enter into high value transactions in financial instruments such as government securities. public sector unit bonds. Trading at NSE can be classified under two broad categories: (a) Wholesale debt market and (b) Capital market. Trading at NSE takes place through a fully automated screen-based trading mechanism which adopts the principle of an order-driven market. The prices at which the buyer and seller are willing to transact will appear on the screen. Wholesale debt market operations are similar to money market operations . Industrial Finance Corporation of India. since they are linked through a communication network. There are two kinds of players in NSE: (a) Trading members and (b) Participants. etc. Participants include trading members and large players like banks who take direct settlement responsibility. selected commercial banks and others. the National Stock Exchange was incorporated in 1992 by Industrial Development Bank of India. all Insurance Corporations. When the prices match the transaction will be completed and a confirmation slip will be printed at the office of the trading member.15 National Stock Exchange (NSE) With the liberalization of the Indian economy. Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India.

and the 11th largest on a global level (August 2009).16 NSE has several advantages over the traditional trading exchanges. Unless stock markets provide professionalized service. And capital market being one of the major sources of long-term finance for industrial projects. BSE was demutualised and corporatized in 2005. late payments and the malpractice’s prevailing in the traditional trading mechanism can be done away with greater operational efficiency and informational transparency in the stock market operations. It is also the biggest South Asian stock exchange in terms of market capitalization (NSE is the second largest!). This makes BSE the oldest stock exchange in the Asian economic region. Investors can trade at the same price from anywhere in the country since intermarket operations are streamlined coupled with the countrywide access to the securities. Bombay Stock Exchange – Origins Bombay Stock Exchange. with the support of total computerized network. and now functions as a company. • Delays in communication. BSE Logo . India cannot afford to damage the capital market path. They are as follows: • • NSE brings an integrated stock market trading network across the nation. originally named as “The Native Share & Stock Brokers’ Association”. When the government passed the Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act in 1956. In this regard NSE gains vital importance in the Indian capital market system. was established in 1875. small investors and foreign investors will not be interested in capital market operations. Originally mooted as an AOP (Association of Persons). the BSE was the first stock exchange in India to be recognized under the Act.

Investors can obtain news of upcoming shares only on the primary market. The securities can be directly bought from the shareholders. the firm must fulfill all the requirements regarding the exchange. BSE has been pivotal in providing the Indian business in that most vital of resources – Capital.17 The BSE is a potent symbolism of the Indian capitalist economy. enter the primary market to raise money from the public to expand their businesses. The location of BSE – Dalal Street – has become the Indian equivalent of Wall Street. play an important role in this market: they set the initial price range for a particular share and then supervise the selling of that share. Many companies. by selling its shares. The issuing firm collects money. which is not the case for the secondary market. especially small and medium scale. and every major company ha its shares listed on the BSE. A listing on the BSE was considered as the ‘holy grail’ in the Indian corporate and business world. is the market for issuing new securities. Primary Market It is also called the new issue market. . Every Indian corporate worth its salt has tapped the Indian capital market through the exchange. the BSE continued to be the center of the Indian corporate world. The primary market is a market for new capitals that will be traded over a longer period securities are issued on an exchange basis. which is then used to finance its operations or expand business. the BSE continues to move from strength to strength. inspired many an aspiring entrepreneur. and continues to be the flagship of the Indian capital markets. and is an important landmark in the financial domain. Over the years. that is. They sell their securities to the public through an initial public offering. BSE lost a substantial amount of reputation after the securities scam perpetrated by Harshad Mehta. Before selling a security on the primary market. and various scams in the following years have continued to pound its goodwill. Yet. Till the National Stock Exchange was found in 1992. Its traditional “open outcry” system of trading. the investment banks. with a milling crowd of brokers jostling with each other to make deals. The underwriters.

4. Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India. Preferential Issue. this is known as ‘going public’. The new issue market does not include certain other sources of new long term external finance. Industrial Finance Corporation of India. Primary issues are used by companies for the purpose of setting up new business or for expanding or modernizing the existing business. Three type of issue comes in the Primary Market 1. Industrial Development Bank of India. OTCEI was incorporated in 1990 under the Companies Act 1956. Over The Counter Exchange of India (OTCEI) Traditionally. In order to overcome these inefficiencies. such as loans from financial institutions.18 Features Of Primary Market are:1.In a primary issue. Initial Public Offer 2. The company receives the money and issue new security certificates to the investors. long settlement periods and benami transactions are a few examples that adversely affected investors. SBI Capital Markets. trading in Stock Exchanges in India followed a conventional style where people used to gather at the Exchange and bids and offers were made by open outcry. 3. General Insurance Corporation and its subsidiaries and CanBank Financial Services . Lack of liquidity and transparency. The primary market performs the crucial function of facilitating capital formation in the economy. OTCEI is the first screen based nationwide stock exchange in India created by Unit Trust of India. 2. Borrowers in the new issue market may be raising capital for converting private capital into public capital. Rights Issue (For existing Companies) 3. 5. This age-old trading mechanism in the Indian stock markets used to create many functional inefficiencies. the securities are issued by the company directly to investors.

Greater liquidity and lesser risk of intermediary charges due to widely spread trading mechanism across India 2.19 Advantages of OTCEI 1. The screen-based scripless trading ensures transparency and accuracy of prices 3. automated screen based and ringless stock market. 3 crores out of which normally 25% is to be offered to the public. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA (SEBI) . the minimum issued equity share capital of a company for eligibility for listing on the OTCEI is Rs 30 lacs. This mechanism is now popularly known as a bought out deal. OTCEI's wide computerized net work will be spread all over India and will make investment easier. All deals will be entered into through remote terminals which will be connected to the mainframe computer of the OTCEI. • Listing on OTCEI is advantageous to companies because of the high liquidity of these securities. which is a result of compulsory market making. It helps companies raise finance from the capital market in a cost effective manner and provides a convenient and effective avenue of capital market investment for investors at large. improved access and speed of transactions resulting from the extensive network of electronically interlinked counters. • Companies can obtain a fair price of their securities by negotiating the same with the sponsors (who are members of the OTCEI) and save unnecessary issue expenses by placing their securities with the sponsors who will in turn off load the securities to the public. • While the other recognised stock exchanges require that in order to have its securities listed the company should have an issued capital of not less than Rs. Faster settlement and transfer process as compared to other exchanges Shorter allotment procedure (in case of a new issue) than other exchanges Benefits of OTCEI: • The OTCEI has set up a national.

DEVELOPMENT FUNCTIONS a) Investor education b) Training of intermediaries. Registration of brokers and sub-brokers and other players in the market b).s d). Conducting Research and Publishing information useful to all market participants.O. Registration of collective investments schemes and Mutual Funds c). Functions of SEBI are of two types 1. Developmental functions 1. REGULATORY FUNCTION a). .20 SEBI The regulatory body for the investment market in India.R. Regulatory functions 2. Regulation of stock exchanges and other self-regulatory organizations (SRO) merchant banks etc d) Prohibition of all fraudulent and unfair trade practices e) Controlling Insider Trading and take over bids and imposing penalties for such practices 2. c) Promotion of fair practices and Code of conduct for all S. The purpose of this board is to maintain stable and efficient markets by creating and enforcing regulations in the marketplace.

CSE took various steps including trading in dematerialized shares. 1997. established in the year 1978. • Building infrastructure for capital market by turning CSE into a financial super market. The CSE has been playing a vital role in the economic development of the country in general. CSE introduced the facility for computerized trading .. By the dawn of the new century. • Bringing in high tech solutions and make all operations absolutely transparent. and had only 14 members. (CSBL)" and started trading in the National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). CSE has successfully prevented defaults. the regional exchanges faced a serious challenge from the NSE & BSE. CSBL also became a depository participant in the Central Depository Services Ltd. is one of the premier Stock Exchanges in India. With the enforcement of efficient margin system and surveillance.21 1. and Kerala in particular and striving hard to achieve the following goals: • Providing investors with high level of liquidity whereby the cost and time involved in the entry into and exit from the market are minimized. . CSBL is the first subsidiary of a stock exchange to get membership in both NSE & BSE."Cochin Online Trading (COLT)" on March 17. fragmented and less liquid markets into a national level integrated liquid market. CSE was one of the promoters of the "Interconnected Stock Exchange of India (ISE)". Introduction of fast track system made CSE the stock exchange with the shortest settlement cycle in the country at that time.6 COMPANY PROFILE COCHIN SOCK EXCHANGE INTRODUCTION COCHIN STOCK EXCHANGE LTD. Today the Exchange has more than 508 members and 240 listed companies. In 1980 the Exchange computerized its offices. The objective was to consolidate the small. In order to keep pace with the changing scenario in the capital market. The exchange had a humble beginning with just 5 companies listed in 1978 -79. To face this challenge CSE promoted a 100% subsidiary called the "Cochin Stock Brokers Ltd.

The Board appoints the Executive Director who functions as an ex-officio member of the Board and takes charge of the administration of the Exchange. another one fourth are Public Interest Directors selected by SEBI from the panel submitted by the Exchange and the remaining are Shareholder Directors. The policy decisions of the CSE are taken by the Board Of Directors. To keep pace with the market. It also became one of the promoters of the Interconnected Stock Exchange of India (ISE). • Professional stock broking and investment management. Cochin Stock Exchange went for computerization of its offices in 1989. and is today a demutualized entity in accordance with the Cochin Stock Exchange (Demutualization) Scheme. Cochin Stock Exchange (CSE): Cochin Stock Exchange (CSE) is counted among one of the premier Stock Exchanges in India. MANAGEMENT OF CSE LTD. The Exchange has been Demutualised and the notification thereof published in the Gazette. It introduced the facility of computerized trading known as "Cochin Online Trading" (COLT) on March 17. 2005 approved and notified by SEBI on 29th of August 2005. • Imparting Capital Market knowledge to all intermediaries on a continuous basis. The Board is constituted with 12 members of whom less than one-fourth are elected from amongst the trading member of CSE. 1997. it had only 5 companies listed and had only 14 members.22 • Serve the investors of the region. it has 508 members and 240 listed companies. The Cochin Stock Exchange is directly under the control and supervision of Securities & Exchange Board of India (the SEBI). it took various initiatives. one such initiative was trading dematerialized shares. Currently. The basic idea of ISE was to consolidate the smaller and fragmented markets which are less liquid into a national level integrated liquid market. Demutualization essentially means delinking and separation of ownership and trading rights and restructuring the Board in accordance with the provisions of the scheme. In 1978. It was established in 1978 and had undergone tremendous transformation over the years. .

if the previous year's turnover is more than 1 corer. 500 for individual and corporate members respectively. To spread equity cult and serve the investors of the region. Each member has to pay an annual amount of Rs. More to this. to the extent of possibilities. which is counted as payment of Rs. 580.000 with the total membership limited to 1000. a 0. According to the norms of SEBI. The paid up capital is Rs. Each member has to contribute additional deposits based on the volume of trade. To develop a winning team of professionals. To built an infrastructure for the capital market by turning it into a financial super market. 10. Cochin Stock Exchange charges an initial deposit of Rs. To provide a high tech solutions and absolute transparency of all the operations. From the 6th to 10th year of membership. The members can appoint assistants or sub-brokers based on the guidelines provided by SEBI.01% of the exceeding amount should be paid to SEBI. be it as employees of the exchange to play a crucial role in shaping the future of the exchange and its associates • • • • • • Cochin Stock Exchange Membership Profile At present Cochin stock Exchange is having 508 members. the total amount payable is Rs. To provide professional stock broking and investment management function. 200 and Rs. 1000 per annum. 5000 being payable at the beginning of the 6th year. 2 lacks from its members. Each share of the members carries a value of Rs 1250. To impart capital market knowledge to all its intermediaries on a continuous basis. Along with this there is a monthly subscription fee of Rs.850 and the authorized capital is Rs. Cochin Stock Exchange Investor Protection Cell . 00.23 Goals of Cochin Stock Exchange • To provide investors a high level liquidity where the cost and time in the entry and exit from the market becomes the least. 5000 during the five years of membership to SEBI as advance payment on or before 1st October of each financial year.

investors and students from various institutes. the exchange has provided a software package known as Meta Stock and ERS. investors and general public. The department's major function is to bring to notice to members and the investing public about the different rules. public and other associated with the exchange. To analyze the market trends. regulations and directives of SEBI with regard to trading in the capital market by the brokers and sub-brokers. . The areas which are being looked after are: Investor Grievance Service Arbitration Default Cochin Stock Exchange Training Centre The Institute educates members. It advises the management about the merits and demerits of legal issues including the exchange. It offers four essential modules. The exchange maintains a good library with over 2500 books. The brokers can simultaneously access to BSE and NSE terminals.24 CSE maintains a separate legal department which is headed by Manager-Legal. Beside all these. It has gained wide acceptance from members. business magazines and reports. They are as follows: Capital Market Derivatives Depository Mutual Funds Cochin Stock Exchange Facilities Software called MULTEX is given to all brokers. An optical fiber connection has been laid down by Asianet Satellite Telecommunications to facilitate more trading options. it also maintains various committees for the betterment of the brokers. journals.


There exist a very cordial relationship between each department in CSE and the day to day operations are well delegated to each department through the staff member at various levels. The council of management is the apex body.26 2. which coordinates all the operations of the exchange.2.8 Departmental profile The Cochin Stock Exchange carries on its functions through seven main department s. The department is headed by a Finance officer and assisted by Deputy Manager and several senior and junior officers Administration Department A legal officer with two deputy manager for administration and complains and management information system heads the department two senior officers looking after public relations and administration form part of administration . The executive director gives the guideline to the heads of various departments The various functional department Stock under Cochin Stock Exchange are:  Finance department  Administration department  Surveillance department  Legal department  Systems department  Settlement Department  Listing Finance Department This department takes care of the various financial transactions of CSI thus acting as the life line of the organization.

SEBI has directed the stock exchanges to set up a separate surveillance dep0artment with staff exclusively assigned for this function. The various activities of the department include:• • • Developments of various software needed for functioning of the exchange Maintenance of Multex software. by Manger-Legal and is primarily engaged in advising the management in the merits and demerits of legal issues involving the exchange A major function under taken by the department is to ensure that the various rules. The surveillance function at the exchange has assumed greater importance in the last few years.fledged Legal Department. System department It is the heart of the various operations of CSE.27 Surveillance Department The Exchange has setup Surveillance Department to keep close watch on price movements of scrip. to arrest unsystematic risk form entering into the system and to manage risks. Maintenance of an effective network of computers for the smooth Functioning of the exchange. which provides online trading NSE and BSE. detect market abuses like price rigging. Legal Department CSE has a full . regulations and directives of SEBI with regard to trading in the Capital Market by brokers and sub brokers are brought to the notice to members and the investing public. The main objectives of the department are top be provide a free and fan market. The department provides stock the necessary technical supports for screen based trading and the computerized functioning of all other department. monitor abnormal price and volumes which are not consistent with normal trading pattern etc. .

CSE following T+2 settlement system (where T-dates of transaction. This department is headed by a Deputy Manager and assisted by two senior officers who look the operations involved in the settlement activities in CSE. It is dealing with cash and securities.28 The major back office system soft wares used are NESS and BOSS for NSE and BSE trade calculations respectively. . The principal objectives of listing are to provide ready marketability and important liquidity and free negotiability to stock and shares. Listing department Listing means admission of the securities of a company to trading privileges on a Stock Exchange. The clients and members are Directly used by CBRS system. These soft wares are used organization maintain the entire records of all the trades that occur each day. It helps the broker in setting the matters related to their pay in and payout. It also does the require calculations for deductions and also crease kinds of reports needed by the brokers and their clients. ensure proper supervision and control of dealings therein. Now a days CSE using CBRS (Core Broking Software). These soft wares are developed in house by CSE. Settlement Department Settlement department is a key department of the CSE. recovery of dues and selling the matters related to the bad deliveries. and protect the Interests of shareholders and of the general investing public.

Kozhikode. IIM. In this paper.1. we found a high degree of under pricing.SS Kumar Associated professor. Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR) Abstract: In the companion paper on empirical regularities of India's IPO market.29 2. We propose improvements to the quality of information disclosure at the time of a public issue. One of the important reforms Indian markets witnessed in the recent past is the introduction of issuing shares through the book building process which aims at efficient price discovery. The paper attempts to see how the IPOs issued through book building process fare both in short-run as well as in long run. We offer a way to legitimize the gray market and bring it within the fold of the institutional framework governing financial markets of the country. we propose four policy alternatives. 2. after two years of listing they generate negative returns. which are primarily (though not exclusively) aimed at decreasing the extent of IPO under pricing: 1. We propose giving firms greater freedom to choose the offer price close to the issue date. this is unlikely to be a criterion along which the efficiency of resource allocation is maximized. REVIWE OF LITERATEURE Dr. Results indicate that the IPOs are under-priced as is evidenced by the positive listing day returns and are out performing the market in the subsequent months almost up to twenty four months. 3. This finding is consistent with the IPO performance literature from the other countries but is in contrast with the first long run study on 1POs in the long run in India. However. IPO under pricing is not healthy -. 4. We propose an auction-based strategy for the primary market.it involves penalizing unlisted companies with a high cost of capital. .

a study shows. 'Only those made in 2004 are still showing positive returns. there were 37 IPOs till date with a total investment of $4. representing a negative return of 65. and only those made in 2004 and those made by state-owned units are still in the green. the Delhi-based SMC Group. 14 or 36 percent are in the green while 25 or 64 percent are in the negative zone. found that the 19 IPOs made in 2004. as many as 10 or 47 percent are showing losses and only nine or 53 percent are in the green.30 Zee News Nov 26.are showing negative returns on an aggregate basis. which calculated the returns of IPOs made in the last five years .114. In 2007.248 billion). only three or 8 percent are in profit and 34 or 92 percent are showing negative returns. Of the 103.48 billion). In 2005. In 2008.12 billion). have a MTM of $8.12 billion).32 percent.161. . Initial public offers before 2005 still in green New Delhi. representing a negative return of 56. 2008 Initial Public Offers Before 2005 Still In Green .70. 'Interestingly.262 billion (Rs.141.403 billion (Rs. This is despite the fact that of the 19.79 percent.327. there were 103 IPOs with a total investment of $8. only nine or 11 percent are in positive territory. with a total investment of $6. Their MTM is now $1.92 percent.874 billion (Rs.96 billion).176. public sector IPOs are showing positive returns.536 (Rs.90.753 billion (Rs.84 billion).' said the study prepared by India's fourth largest share brokerage firm.2004 to 2008 . Their MTM is now $2. representing a negative return of 34.2033 billion (Rs.' said SMC Group director Jagannadham Thunuguntla. In 2006. representing a negative return of 22. Their MTM is now $3. IPOs made in the rest of the years .52 percent.493 billion (Rs.44 billion).2005 to 2008 . Of the 37.84 billion). Of the 79. Nov 26 (IANS) Initial public offers (IPOs) made in the last four years are showing negative returns on an aggregate basis. representing a return on investment of 36.046 billion (Rs.7 billion).421 billion (Rs.on the basis of mark-to-market (MTM) prices as of Tuesday. only nine or 9 percent are showing positive returns and as many as 94 or 91 percent are in the red. there were 79 IPOs with a total investment of $4. Of the 39. and as many as 70 or 89 percent are in the red.339.98 percent.182 billion (Rs.28 billion).56. The study.Document Transcript 1. Their MTM is now $1. there were 39 IPOs with a total investment of $2.

In the five years a total of 277 IPOs were made by both private and public sector companies with a total investment of $25.4 billion). .060 billion (Rs.1. besides suggesting measure related to various investor complaints. GOVT TO MONITOR IPO PROCEEDS Economics Times 29 Mar 2011 The expert group also to suggest to preventing price manipulation by promoters. Their MTM is now $18.722.004 trillion).31 2.113 billion (Rs.

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Meaning of research: Research in common refer to a search for knowleage.  Type of research: explorative  Data source  Statiscial tool  Period of study : NSE : return analysis : one month Statistical tool Here statistical tool used is Return Analysis Return =[p1-p0/po]*100 P1 =current price of share P0=issue price of share .RODMAN AND MORAY define as “ systematized effort gain new knowledge” Here we are using the analysis as research methodology. research in art of science investigation .32 III. In fact. One can also define research as scientific and systematic for pertinent information on a specific topic.

55 -359.10 each rs.00 -78 66.33 IV.95 27.47 Data of issue 1 SIND BANK 2 STANDARD 25/05/2010 2400 CHARAETE D PLC 3 UNITED BANK OF TO 28/05/2010 23/02/2010 TO (ID Rs) INDIA 25/02/2010 4 MICROSEC 17/09/2010 FINANCIAL SERVICE LIMITED TO 21/09/2010 125.Increase size(lakh range price of price 6) Or shares) listing on Decrease march % 1 PUNJAB& 13/12/2010 40000000 Rs 120 30.985 RETURN=[P1-P0/P0]*100 .95 42.34 9.10 93.791.10/5 Sks micro finance limited 28/07/2010 to each public issue of equity shares of rs.95 - 9.850 985 to 16aug10 625.49 RS66 Rs 118 113 to Rs 118 66 104 dec10 -11.1 Showing finance and banking sector Sl Name of the no issue Issue Price Issue Data Share Difference(8.113.05 12.000 02/08/2010 16.45 36.579 rs.85 June 10 18 March 10 05oct-10 40.DATA ANANYSIS AND INTERPRETATION 4.54 To 16/12/2010 Equity shares 113to Rs120 Rs 100 To 500 Rs115 RS60 TO Public Issue of Equity shares of Rs.

30-1393.70 CHART NO:1 .00 = -414.34 P1=978.30 P0=1393 [978.30 – 1393 /1393]*100 = 29.77% 978.

35 Interpretation • From the above table and multiple column digram shows . that the return of ipo of finance and banking sector during the period ended on 1st march 2011 is -414.70 • The return from the banking and finance industry is negative .77% .It is the difference of 29.

15 2010 -29.60 1010.80 10 04-nov338.22 3 03300 MARCH 270.85 9.60 P0=920.36 4.2 SHOWING MINING AND MINERALS SECTOR Share Increase price Issue Data of Difference Or on price listing (8-6) Decrease march % 1 375 15-dec401.14 Sl Name of no the issue Data of issue Issue size(lakh shares) Price range 1 MOIL LIMITED 26/11/2010 33600000 TO Equity 01/12/2010 shares Rs 340 To Rs 375 2 COAL 18/10/2010 631636440 Rs 225 INDIA To Equity To LIMITED 21/10/2010 shares Rs245 NMDC LIMITED 10/03/2010 TO 3322.00 = 90.65 10 26.00 [1010.60-920/920]*100 = 9.84 % .432 12/03/2010 RS300 TO RS 350 245 93.65 38.60 .80 7.920.95 RETURN=[P1-P0/P0]*100 P1=1010.

37 CHART NO:2 Interpretations • From the above table and multiple column diagram shows that .60 • The return from the mining and minerals industry is posstive.84% . It is the difference of 9.the return of ipo of mining and minerals sector during the period ended on 1st march 2011 is 90.

80-470/470]*100 = 19.80 376.69831 TO RS270 16135 APRIL.30 41.40 Sl Name of the no issue GOENKA 1 DIAMOND& JEWELS LIMITED SHEREE GANESH 2 JEWELLERY HOUSE LIMITED THANGAM 3 AYIL JEWELLERY LIMITED Data of issue 23/03/2010 TO 26/03/2010 19/03/2010 TO 23/03/2010 09260 APRIL 152.70 10 -107.20 P0=470 [376.470 = 93.075 RS72 TO RS75 75 19-FEB 10 162.82 % .55 116.26 27/01/2010 TO 29/01/2010 14.55 87.8O .45 54.73 RETURN=[P1-P0/P0]*100 P1=376.55 2010 -73.38 4.3 SHOWING JEWELLERY SECTOR Share Increase Issue price Price Issue Data of Difference Or size(lakh on range price listing (8-6) Decrease shares) march % 1 RS 100 135 TO RS145 RS260 142.61.

the return of ipo of jewellery sector during the period ended on 1st march 2011 is -93.82% .39 CHART NO:3 Interpretation From the above table and multiple column diagram shows that.20 The return from the jewellery sector is negative .It shows the difference of 19.

37 25.59 RETURN=[P1-P0/P0]*100 P1=548.475 = 73.4 SHOWING IT&COMPUTER INDUSTRY Sl Name of the no issue INFINITE Data of issue Share Increase Issue price Price Issue Data of Difference Or size(lakh on range price listing (8-6) Decrease shares) march % 1 RS155 115.389.35 10 79.60-475/475]*100 = 15.75 3.60 548.25 -5.48 RS290 TO 310 06310 APRIL.60 .19 TO 13/01/2010 03FEB-10 159.40 4.60 P0=475 [548.49 % .30 TO RS165 165 COMPUTER 11/01/2010 1 SOULATIONS (INDIA) LIMITED PERSISTENT 2 SYSTEMS LIMITED 17/03/2010 TO 19/03/2010 54.

49% .41 CHART NO:4 Interpretation • From the above the table and multiple column diagram shows on ipo of IT&COMPUTER industry during the period ended on 1st march 2011 is 73.60 • The return from the IT&computer sector is posstive .It shows the difference of 15.

00 [333.45-240 = 93.35 34.65 10 -38.42 4.93 % .45 333.80 10 05110 APRIL.86 131.5 SHOWING TEXTILE INDUSTRY Share Increase Issue price Price Issue Data of Difference Or size(lakh on range price listing (8-6) Decrease shares) march % 1 RS120 83 TO 130 RS100 106 TO 110 130 19MAY 261.45-240/240]*100 = 38.80 101.45 P0=240.71.38 Sl Name of the no issue Data of issue MANDHAN 27/04/2010 1 INDUSTRIES LIMITED PRADIP 2 OVERSEAS LIMITED TO 29/04/2010 11/03/2010 TO 15/03/2010 RETURN=[P1-P0/P0]*100 P1=333.

the return on ipo of textile industry during the period ended on 1st march 2011 is 93.93% 4.45 • The return from the textile industry is positive .6 SHOWING PHARMACY SECTOR .43 CHART NO:5 Interpretation • From the above table and multiple column diagram shows that.It shows the difference of 38.

20 10 -32.53 % .8O 43.00 [78.42.70-150.44 Sl no Name of the issue Data of issue Share Increase Data price Issue size(lakh Price Issue Difference Or of on shares) range price (8-6) Decrease listing march % 1 PUBLIC ISSUES[.50 10 -38.00= -71.] EQUITY SHARE OF RS 10 EACH FOR CASH AGGREGATING TO RS20.36.50 51.30 P0=150.70 78.75 SYNCOM 2 HEALTHCARE LIMITED 27/01/2010 TO 29/01/2010 75 RS65 `TO 75 75 15FEB.000 LACK PARABOLIC 14/06/2010 1 DRUGS LIMITED TO 17/06/2010 RS75 TO 85 75 01JUL.70-150/150]*100 = 47.33 RETURN=[P1-P0/P0]*100 P1=78.

53% . the return on ipo of pharmacy sector during the period ended on 1st march 2011 is -73.30 • The return from the pharmacy sector is negative .It shows the difference of 47.45 CHART NO:6 Interpretation • From the above table and multiple column diagram shows that.

MAHENDRA 31/12/2010 EXPORTS TO LIMITED 06/12/2010 2 CANTABIL RETAIL INDIA LIMITED ISSUE SIZE OF TO [*]SHARES OF FACE 22/09/2010 VALUE OF RS RS.55 254.5 70 RETURN=[P1-P0/P0]*100 P1=254.59 1 C.40.05 94.214.55 P0=245.05 RS.127 12TO 10 EACH TO 135 OCT.55-245= 9.89 % .00 [254.7 SHOWING TRADING AND RETAIL SECTOR Sl n o Name of the issue Data of issue Issue size(lakh shares) 15000000 EQUITY SHARES Share Increase Data price Price Issue Difference Or of on range price (8-6) Decrease listing march % 1 RS.50 27/09/2010 AGGREGATING RS135 10 TO RS1050 MILLION -94.95 20TO 110 JAN.46 4.110 10 104.55-245/245]*100 = 3.

47 CHART NO:7 Interpretation • From the above table and multiple column diagram shows that. the return on ipo of trading&retail sector during the period ended on 1st march is 2011is 9.It shows the difference of 3.55 • The return from the trading &retail sector is posstive .89% .

49 38.05 P0=3893.60 333.013% 3581.77 9.30 1010.20 73.60 376.55 Or decrease -29.30 9.70 90.93 -47.89 RETURN=[P1-P0/P0]*100 P1=3581.53 3.00 [3581.60 -93.05-3893/3893]*100 = -8.45 -71.55 %increase Return(4-3) -414.45 78.82 15.05-3893.48 4.84 -19.8 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT SHOWING THE RETURN OF IPO IN SECTOR WISE Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Sectors Finance&banking Mining&minerals jewellery IT&computer textile pharmacy Trading& retail Issue price 1393 920 470 475 240 150 245 Price on March 1 978.70 254.80 548.60 93.00= -311.95 CHART NO:8 .

the return on ipo of all sector during the period ended on 1st march 2011 is -311.It shows the difference of -8.013% .49 Interpretation • From the above table and multiple column diagram shows that.95 • The return from the all sector is negative .

9 SHOWING RETURNS OF IPOS ISSUED IN THE YEAR OF 2010 Sl no 1 Particular ipo Issue price 3893.95 Or Decrease RETURN=[P1-P0/P0]*100 P1=3581.013% 3581.00= -311.05 %increase Return(4-3) -311.50 4.05-3893.05-3893/3893]*100 = -8.00 [3581.00 Price on March 1 3581.05 P0=3893.95 .

51 CHART NO:9 Interpretation From the above table and multiple column diagram shows that. the return on ipo if during the period ended on 1st march 2011 is -311. IT SHOWS THE DIFFERENCE OF -8.013% .95 The return from the IPOs is negative.

1 FINDINGS IPOs for the year of 2010 • • • • On the basis of this study the return from the ipo during the period is negative.But the other threes return is negative amount The average loses percentage from finance&banking sector is 29. During the year 2010 the companies were issued 59 ipos in NSE.84% • • Jewellery sector • • • During the period three companies came out with ipos The average return from jewellery sector is negative. the only one company return is profit . FINDINGS.and the other two companies returns are posstive The average profit percentage from mining&minerals sector is 9. The companies were divided on the basis of sector. SUGGESTION & CONCLUSION 5. And other four sector return is posstive The total return lose percentage is -311. There are two companies return from ipo is lose.95 This study shows that the performance of ipo in 2010 is bad or negative • Finding for each sector • • • • The average return of ipo of finance &banking sector is negative During the period 5 companies came out with ipo The two companies ipos average return is posstive.77 Mining &minerals • • During the period 3 companies came out with ipos in this sector The average return of mining &minerals sector is possstive There is one companies return is negative.52 V. the three number of sector return is negative.

• • • • • PHARMACY SECTOR TRADING AND RETAIL SECTOR • • • During the period two companies came out with IPOs in trading & retail sector. The average loses percentage from pharmacy sector is 47. The average return from the pharmacy sector is negative.39%. The two company issued IPO during this period.49%.53 IT & computer industry • • • • During the period two companies came out with IPOs. The average profit percentage from IT & computer sector is 15.53%. The average return from trading and retail sector is positive. There is one company return from IPO is lose and the other one company return is profit. The average profit percentage from textile industry is 38. The average profit percentage from textile industry is 3. TEXTILE INDUSTRY • • • During the period two companies came out with IPOs in textile industry. The average return from IT & computer sector is positive. The average return from textile industry is positive. There are the two companies return from IPO lose. .89%. There is one company return from IPO is lose and other one company return is profit.

So investors are not much interested to investing jewellery sector. To do investing on this sector give better return to the investor.54 5. Mining and minerals sector In the mining and mineral sector companies performance of IPOs are positive. To do investing on the sector give better return to the investor on the basis this study this is a safe sector for buying IPOs. The investment of this sector is some risky. Investors can get return from short term period. Two companies come out with IPO in pharmacy sector. Textile industry In this sector the performance of IPOs are positive. In this sector the IPOs of banking company are positive so the investments of banks are good for the investors. The main reason of decreasing the share price is the flexibility of gold price. Trading and retail sector . In this sector there is one company’s average return is negative but it is only slick variation. In this sector there is one company’s average return is negative but it is only slick variation. Jewellery industry In the jewellery industry sector company’s performance of IPOs are negative.2 SUGGESTION Finance and banking sector In this sector the performance of IPOs are negative. Pharmacy sector In this sector the performance of IPOs is very poor. Other vise it will be very risky. . IT and computer industry In the IT and computer sector companies performance of IPOs are positive to do investing on this sector give a better return to the investor and the basis of this study this IT sector industries survive the financial crisis and expand their activities it encourage the investor to invest more in IT sector. But we can get only profit from long term investment only.

on the technical analysis act as major tool for reducing the risk involving in investing IPOs for getting the result out of it. trading and retail. The investor should aware of the analysis that can reduce their risk and increase capital gain on primary market. Govt policy helping trading and retail sector so the share value is going to up. textiles are he best performed sector. CONCLUSION As per the finding of the study the average return of IPOs listed on NSE is negative or bad. On the basis of the study IT and computer. . The above findings are based on past data and on the basis of above findings investor can come to a conclusion where and when they can pact with IPO. mining and minerals.55 In this sector the performance of IPOs are positive. Some of IPOs are giving highly return but the others are lose. But the other sector investment is highly risk for the investor. Investment in these sectors will increase the probability of getting high returns. The analysis the performance of IPOs.

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IPO-BB 34.to 11/IPO VMS Industries Ltd IPO May 30. Current IPO's and Recently Closed IPO's in India Issuer Company Issue Open Issue Close Offer Price (Rs. 2011 100/. 2011 51/. 2011 Timbor Home Limited IPO Oil & Natural Gas Corpn Ltd FPO Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) FPO FPO-BB May 30.) 1.18 Jun 20.to 72/IPO-BB IPO-BB 40. 2011 36/.to 82/IPO-BB 55.90 Jul 27. 2011 90/. 2011 Jul 29.to 59/Issue Type IPO-BB Issue Size (Crore Rs. 2011 10/.81.to 117/Jul 11. 2011 Jul 22. 2011 Jun 23.00 .57 APPENDIX List of Upcoming IPO's.25 Jun 02. 2011 Jun 29.to 40/IPO-BB 25.to 63/IPO-BB 23.64 Jun 27.75 Jul 20. 2011 Jun 23. 2011 54/.00 . 2011 75/. 2011 FPO-BB Jun 02.) L&T Finance Holdings Limited IPO Inventure Growth & Securities Ltd IPO Bharatiya Global Infomedia Ltd IPO Readymade Steel India Ltd IPO Rushil Decor Ltd IPO Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd IPO Birla Pacific Medspa Ltd Jun 20.10 IPO-BB 70. 2011 Jul 14. 2011 63/.75 IPO-BB 65.to 108/.245.

to 85/- IPO-BB 0. 201132/. 2011 May 09.00 IPO-BB 36.00 FPO-BB 4. 2011 May 13.90 45/.to 69/Ltd IPO PTC India Financial Services Ltd IPO Mar 16.76 . 2011 160/.25 55. 2011 Apr 28. 2011 May 03.49. 2011 Apr 29. 2011 May 19.) Issue Type Issue Size (Crore Rs.88 Muthoot Finance Ltd IPO Apr 18. 2011 325/.to 28/IPO-BB IPO-BB 438.IPO-BB Shilpi Cable Technologies Mar 22.00 .00 Innoventive Industries Ltd Apr 26.to 240/80/.to 29/- IPO-BB 60. 201165/. 2011 Apr 25. 201127/.to IPO 120/- IPO-BB 219. 2011 Apr 29.00 Apr 27. 201110/.to 175/.578. 2011 Apr 21. 2011 Mar 25. 2011 May 04.to 340/193/. 201126/.20 IPO-BB 117.58 Future Ventures India Ltd Apr 25.00 IPO-BB 45. 2011 May 09.83 Issuer Company Issue Open Issue Close Offer Price (Rs.58 Galaxy Surfactants Ltd IPO Power Finance Corporation Ltd FPO Aanjaneya Lifecare Ltd IPO Sanghvi Forging & Engineering Ltd IPO Vaswani Industries Ltd IPO Servalakshmi Paper Ltd IPO May 13. 2011 Mar 18.to 203/228/. 2011117/.to 35/- IPO-BB 750. 2011 Apr 29. 2011 May 10.to 11/IPO Paramount Printpackaging Ltd IPO Apr 20. 2011 May 12.) 901.to 49/- IPO-BB 45.

2011 95/. 2011 Jan 27.00 60.to 98/- IPO-BB IPO-BB 69. 2011 Feb 24.IPO-BB 93.to 90/- IPO-BB 170. 2011 64/.to 205/.59 Lovable Lingeries Ltd IPO Acropetal Technologies Ltd IPO Fineotex Chemical Ltd IPO Sudar Garments Ltd IPO Omkar Speciality Chemicals Ltd IPO Tata Steel Ltd FPO Midvalley Entertainment Ltd IPO C Mahendra Exports Ltd IPO Mar 08.477. 2011 95/. 2011 Feb 24. 2011195/.98 79.00 Feb 23. 2011 88/.to 77/Jan 24. 2010 Jan 06.to 72/- IPO-BB 29.38 Jan 19. 2011 72/. 2011 Mar 11. 2011 Jan 21.48 Feb 21.28 Feb 21.00 .FPO-BB Jan 10. 2011 60/. 2011 594/. 2011 Feb 25.to 610/.00 Dec 31.IPO-BB 165.to 110/.to 70/IPO-BB 3. 2011 Jan 12.

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