SRS has received SEBI’s approval to raise about Rs200 crore through an IPO to fund its expansion plans
Diversified company SRS said it has received capital market regulator SEBI's (Securities and Exchange Board of India) approval to raise about Rs200 crore through an initial public offer (IPO) to fund its expansion plans.
"SRS Ltd got SEBI approval to launch its initial public issue," the company said in a statement.
The company will issue 3.5 crore equity shares of Rs10, each constituting 25.13% of the post-issue share capital of the firm, it said.
SRS, which is in the business of cinema exhibition, food and beverages, retail and manufacturing and retailing of jewellery, said: "The company is in the process of filling its red herring prospectus (RHP) soon."
Proceeds of the issue would be used to set up cinema halls, food courts and restaurants, retail stores and jewellery manufacturing facility, it added.
SPA Merchant Bankers and Karvy Investor Services Ltd are the book running lead managers to the issue, it said.
Multi product engineering company, Innoventive Industries plans to raise up to Rs219.58 crore from its IPO, scheduled to open on 26th April
Pune-based multi product engineering company, Innoventive Industries, said it plans to raise up to Rs219.58 crore from its initial public offer (IPO), scheduled to open on 26th April.
The issue will close on 28th April for qualified institutional buyers (QIB) to whom up to 50% of the issue will be allotted on a proportionate basis.
"We plan to raise up to Rs219.58 crore from this IPO. The company will be listed on both the BSE and NSE," Innoventive Industries chairman Chandu Chavan said.
The company may consider anchor investors for up to 30% of the QIB portion. Subscription for retail and non-institutional investors will close on 29th April. However, the company has not fixed a price-band for the IPO, he said.
Innoventive is engaged in the business of manufacturing and sale of precision steel tubes, tubular components, auto components, machined components and other steel products, he said.
The company plans to use the IPO proceeds to expand its manufacturing facility (Rs163 crore), repayment of term loans Rs50 crore and the rest for general corporate purposes.
As on December 2010, the company's debt stood at Rs270 crore, he said.
"We plan to expand our CEW tubes capacity to 76,000 MTPA from the present 27,000 MTPA by March 2012," he said. The company has six facilities-five in Pune and one in Silvassa.
In February, the private equity arm of Standard Chartered had invested Rs30 crore in the firm, he said.
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