IPOs allow companies to raise up to Rs 70,000 crore, and they will profit from the stock markets' sharp rise in 2024–2025

IPO: According to data, 19 companies together can raise Rs 25,000 crore. All these have received the approval of capital market regulator SEBI. 37 companies are planning to raise Rs 45,000 crore from the issue. They have submitted the draft to SEBI.

Mar 30, 2024 - 19:37
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IPOs allow companies to raise up to Rs 70,000 crore, and they will profit from the stock markets' sharp rise in 2024–2025

Companies can raise Rs 70,000 crore from initial public offerings (IPOs) in 2024-25. In 2023-24, companies had raised Rs 62,000 crore from IPO. The stock market boom is expected to continue in the next financial year. Therefore, companies bringing issues can take advantage of this. Foreign investors can also invest a good amount of money in the market.

According to the data, 19 companies together can raise Rs 25,000 crore. All these have received the approval of capital market regulator SEBI. 37 companies are planning to raise Rs 45,000 crore from the issue. They have submitted the draft to SEBI. All the companies are waiting for approval from SEBI.

Nine of the 56 companies in total are in the new-age technology sector. Through an IPO, it can raise about Rs 21,000 crore. The IPO pace is anticipated to continue to pick up speed in the upcoming fiscal year. Large corporations will also make their way into the market. Big Basket to Tata Capital is included in this.

An increase in domestic capital, improved governance, favourable government policies supporting FDI, and institutional investors are all factors that will encourage IPOs. Experts predict that some initial public offerings (IPOs) will occur in April and May, even with the general elections.

The Tata Group intends to go public with its electric company. The sum hasn't been made public yet, though. Another company set to enter the market is Swiggy.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer
Electronics Special
Electronics Special