LISTING WITH A PUBLIC ISSUE
LISTING PURSUANT TO AN INITIAL PUBLIC OFFER
Disclosures in draft offer document and offer document
Minimum public shareholding norms and minimum offer size
- An issuer seeking to issue and list its specified securities shall file a draft offer document along with necessary documents with the Board in accordance with these regulations along with the fees as specified in Schedule III of these regulations.
- The draft offer document shall disclose the broad objects of the issue.
- The basis of issue price shall include disclosures, except projections, as deemed fit by the issuer in order to enable the investors to take informed decisions and the disclosures shall suitably contain the basis of valuation.
Minimum application size
- The issuer shall be in compliance with minimum public shareholding requirements specified in the Securities Contracts (Regulation) Rules, 1957.
- The minimum offer size shall be ten crore rupees.
Allocation and allotment
- The minimum application size shall be two lakh rupees and in multiples thereof.
- The number of allottees in the initial public offer shall at least be fifty.
- The allotment to institutional investors as well as non-institutional investors shall be on a proportionate basis.
- Any under-subscription in the non-institutional investor category shall be available for subscription under the institutional investors' category.