|Quantity||Price Per Share Rs|
|Above 1,00,000 Shares||1.05|
|50,000 Shares – 1,00,000 Shares||1.08|
|20,000 Shares – 50,000 Shares||1.10|
|10,000 Shares – 20,000 Shares||1.12|
|5,000 Shares – 10,000 Shares||1.15|
|1,000 Shares – 5,000 Shares||1.25 – 1.50|
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MSEI shares are hot favorites in Grey market currently. These are the best prevailing rates in unlisted market. There is huge demand in shares is due to all unlisted shares coming out with IPO.
METROPOLITAN STOCK EXCHANGE (MSEI) UNLISTED SHARES DETAILS:
|Total Available Shares:||Bulk quantity|
|Face Value:||Rs 1 Per Equity Share|
|Lot Size:||1000+ shares|
|Current Unlisted Share Price:||Best in industry Per Equity Share|
|Latest Book Value||Rs 1.20|
As Metropolitan Stock Exchange of India (MSEI) is not yet a listed company on main stock exchanges like BSE and NSE. But MSEI’s Unlisted Shares are traded regularly in the grey market through off-market mode. Metropolitan stock exchange ipo will come soon as per media reports. metropolitan stock exchange share price is moving in range of Rs 1 to Rs 2 per share in past few years. metropolitan stock exchange ipo date will be announced when the company plans for IPO.
MSEI (formerly known as MCX Stock Exchange Ltd. (MCX-SX) is India’s new stock exchange and recognised by Securities & Exchange Board of India (Sebi). It is India’s third functional stock exchange after BSE and NSE.
BSE Limited Share Price (which is listed only on NSE) today is about Rs 2,000 per share for each share of Face Value Re 1. Share Price of NSE (National Stock Exchange) which is unlisted is about Rs 3,500 per share for each share of Face Value Re 1. This leaves tremendous upside for MSEI shares price.
MSEI’s current shareholders include Indian public sector banks, private sector banks, investors and domestic financial institutions. MSEI shares is highly traded unlisted stock. Various well known investors like Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Nemish Shah, banks like SBI, BOI, Axis Bank also hold stake in the exchange. For more details please see www.msei.in
Top 10 Shareholders of MSEI
|Sr.no||Name of the Shareholder||No.of Shares||% holding|
|1||Multi Commodity Exchange of India||33,17,77,008||6.90%|
|3||RADHAKISHAN S Damani||11,93,63,496||2.48%|
|4||TRUST INVESTMENT Advisors private Limited||11,91,15,930||2.48%|
|5||IL AND FS FINANCIAL SERVICES LIMITED||119,109,627||2.48%|
|6||UNION BANK OF India||10,87,50,000||2.26%|
|7||STATE BANK OF India||9,74,00,000||2.02%|
|8||NEMISH S SHAH||9,73,70,000||2.02%|
|9||AADI FINANCIAL Advisors LLP||9,73,50,000||2.02%|
|10||KUMAR CHIMANLAL MEHTA||8,87,54,112||1.85%|
Large institutional promoters had pumped in huge cash into the exchange through a rights issue a few years ago in anticipation that bourses in India are a scarce commodity.
That apart, PSU and private banks including SBI, BOI, Union, BOB, Canara, Indian, PNB, UCO, Overseas, HDFC, AXIS, Vijaya Bank and Institutions like IFCI, IL&FS, Bennett Coleman, ‘Trust Capital’, ‘Edelweiss’, MCX are also MSEI shareholders.
|Particulars (Rs. In Lakhs)||2015-16||2016-17||2017-18||2018-19|
|Profit/Loss Before Tax (PBT)||-4005.34||-3258.25||-5476.3||-3845|
|Profit/Loss After Tax (PAT)||-4005.34||-3258.25||-5474.85||-4059|
|Earnings per share (EPS)||-0.16||-0.15||-0.15||-0.08|
MSEI is looking to launch a platform to enable the listing of alternative investment funds (AIF). SEBI has proposed a reduction of net worth requirement for clearing corporations from Rs 300 crores to Rs 100 crore. This is a positive development for the Exchange as they have Rs 200 crore liquidity. In FY 2017-18, MSEI had funded its subsidiary MCCIL Rs 300 crore to meet regulatory networth requirement. However, these money is likely to be refunded to MSEI as MCCIL is hardly doing any business.
The exchange has also gone live on interoperability and operations are running smoothly. It is pertinent to note that the core transaction income of the exchange increased on account of increased volumes. Exchange has adopted various cost-reduction measures to help it improve its financial position, MSEI said in its September filings along with unaudited financial results.
A lot of retail investors too have been showing immense interest in the pre-IPO market to generate higher returns, wanting a piece of the action before some of these stocks list at a strong premium.
Investors have been receiving calls and messages from these platforms to invest in pre-IPO stocks. Investors’ difficulty in getting allotments in IPOs is also leading them to explore this route to own IPO shares.
Sebi clears appointment of BSE’s Ashish Kumar Chauhan as NSE chief – 18 July 2022
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has cleared Ashish Kumar Chauhan’s candidature for the post of managing director (MD) and chief executive officer (CEO) of the National Stock Exchange (NSE). He is currently the MD & CEO of the BSE. Vikram Limaye demitted the office of MD & CEO of the NSE on 16 July 2022.
The NSE has nearly a monopoly in the equity derivatives segment, while in the cash segment, it has more than 90 per cent market share. The BSE has lost market share in the equity cash segment to the NSE from 17 per cent in FY17 to below 8 per cent in FY22. Since the Covid pandemic, trading volumes, revenue growth, and profitability at the NSE have sky-rocketed due to the surge in the markets and a spurt in new investors.
A feather in Chauhan’s cap will be if the NSE is able to push through with its initial public offering (IPO), which has been stuck due to the exchange’s regulatory troubles.