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lic: Over 67% of LIC’s shares subscribed on IPO Day 1

lic: Over 67% of LIC’s shares subscribed on IPO Day 1

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MUMBAI: Policyholders of life insurance coverage behemoth LIC rushed in in massive numbers to use for its shares on the primary day of the IPO with the Rs 21,000-crore difficulty subscribed over 67% on Day 1. At shut of bidding for the day, the portion reserved for LIC’s policyholders was subscribed 2 instances whereas the Worker portion was additionally absolutely subscribed, information from BSE confirmed.
The retail buyers’ portion was subscribed 60% whereas the portion reserved for non-institutional investors (additionally referred to as excessive networth people) was subscribed 27% and the institutional investor class was subscribed 33%. Most establishments and HNIs often bid on the final day of the provide. The provide would shut on Could 9. On Wednesday, the service provider bankers introduced that the bidding within the IPO can even stay open on Saturday however restricted just for retail buyers.

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Based on a launch, the IPO obtained bids for practically 11 crore shares towards 16.2 crore shares which might be on provide. The federal government is promoting somewhat over 22.1 crore shares of LIC by this provide on the market.
Within the Rs 902-949 worth band for the IPO, LIC’s policyholders will get a Rs 60-per-share low cost on the ultimate worth whereas for retail buyers the low cost is Rs 45-per-share.
Forward of the opening of the IPO, LIC had allotted shares value about Rs 5,600 crore to a bunch of institutional buyers with SBI Mutual Fund main. About 15 home MFs had picked up 70% of the anchor e book whereas 9 international portfolio buyers collectively purchased the remainder of it.
The IPO is the largest within the Indian market historical past in addition to the largest divestment by the federal government. On the higher finish of the IPO worth band, the life insurance coverage main may have a market capitalisation of about Rs 6 lakh crore. The federal government is divesting 3.5% of its holding in LIC by this provide.

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