Home First Finance Company (HFFC), a Mumbai-based inexpensive housing finance firm, opens its first preliminary non-public providing (IPO) for subscription on January 21. The worth band is at Rs 517-518 per share.
The Rs 1,153.72-crore IPO consists of a recent concern of Rs 265 crore and a suggestion on the market of Rs 888.72 crore by promoters and present shareholders.
The supply on the market includes Rs 291.28 crore shares by promoter Aether (Mauritius), Rs 435.61 crore shares by promoter True North Fund V LLP, Rs 120.46 crore by investor Bessemer India Capital Holdings II, Rs 12.92 crore by Manoj Viswanathan, and Rs 28.43 crore by PS Jayakumar.
Home First Finance’s IPO will the third public supply in 2021 after IRFC, which is at the moment open for subscription, and Indigo Paints, which is able to open on January 20. A complete variety of six IPOs are scheduled for January 2021.
HFFC lower its recent concern dimension from Rs 344.08 crore to Rs 265 crore because of its pre-IPO placement. The firm has undertaken a preferential allotment of over 22.40 lakh fairness shares to Orange Clove Investments B.V., an affiliate of the worldwide non-public fairness funds managed by Warburg Pincus at a worth of Rs 334.72 per share, for a consideration of Rs 75 crore, in October final 12 months.
The firm has additionally undertaken a preferential allotment of 1.22 lakh fairness shares to its staff at a similar worth, for a consideration of Rs 4.08 crore in November final 12 months.
In March final 12 months, HFFC had acquired the approval from the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) to launch its IPO. The IPO will shut on January 25.