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Samata IPO oversubscribed by 213 times; around 0.46% allotment on flat basis, confirmed lottery to all

- ShareSansar, January 8, 2017  on Featured , IPO News , Latest , Stock Market
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Samata Microfinance has collected over Rs. 1.88 arba from its IPO. The microfinance company had issued 94,800 unit shares worth Rs 94.80 lakh as part of its Initial Public Offering (IPO) from Poush 19 to Poush 22, 2073 at a face value of Rs 100. The IPO has been oversubscribed by over 213 times.

As per an official of NIBL Capital Markets Limited, “The IPO has collected around Rs. 74 crore from 29,200 application forms on the last day.”

On the basis of this demand of Rs 1.88 arba, we can say that all applicants will fall under lottery and probable allotment ratio will be around 0.46% on flat basis.

Interested investors could apply for a minimum of 50 units of share and for up to 500 units of share. Since 500 units share is the maximum number of units applicable for the IPO, there will be no large investors as such.

The microfinance company has set aside 1,896 unit shares for its employees and 4,740 unit shares for the existing 10 mutual fund companies: Nabil balance fund-1, NMB Sulav Investment Fund – 1, NIBL Sambriddhi Fund – 1, Laxmi Value Fund -1, Siddhartha Equity Oriented Scheme, Siddhartha Investment Growth Scheme- 1, Global IME Sammunati Fund, NIBL PragatiFund, NMB Hybrid FundL-1and Nabil Equity Fund.

NIBL Capital Markets Limited is the issue manager for IPO.

The microfinance company plans to raise Rs 94.80 lakh through the offer. After the IPO, the paid up will reach Rs 3.16 crore from the current Rs 2.21 crore. Its authorized capital standS at Rs. 5 crore. After the IPO, the promoter-public ratio of the company will be 70 % to 30%.

Samata Microfinance is located at Simara of Bara district of Nepal. The microfinance company’s objective is to boost agricultural production to generate income and employment among the poor by delivering poor friendly and sustainable micro-finance services.

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