Shopping list of niche unlisted companies ahead of IPO

 As secondary markets gain momentum, many companies operating in niche business are looking to tap primary market for raising funds through initial public issue (IPOs). Unlisted shares of e-commerce, payments banks and general insurance companies are in fancy.

Insurance is an age-old and proven business and with rising per capital incomes, there will be more need for insurance cover. Shares of life insurance companies ICICI Prudential Life Insurance and HDFC Standard Life Insurance are seeing high demand from investors. Shares of general insurance firm ICICI Lombard are also being highly traded.

It is not only insurance companies but a whole host of new segments will be entering the market soon. These include leading stock exchange Bombay Stock Exchange, a mutual fund UTI Asset Management Company, an e-commerce company MSTC and payments bank FINO Paytech

Investors can also draw comfort, especially in the case of new-age businesses, from the presence of private equity (PE) and venture capitalist (VC) investors. Their presence usually indicates a lot of due-diligence has already been done on the company, it is being mentored, and is likely to have a high quality of corporate governance.

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