IPO Upcoming in India in 2020

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Year 2020 is going to be super action packed year for IPOs. We have compiled a full list of upcoming IPOs or IPO upcoming in 2020 in India. Some of them are rolled over IPOs of 2019. This is the most comprehensive list of IPOs to watch or upcoming IPOs. Few companies already got go ahead from the SEBI for the IPOs and they might come with their initial public offers soon. Shares of some of these companies or hidden gems have delivered multibagger profits and are currently available for trade in off market. Buying unlisted shares of a company can unlock huge value whenever the stock gets listed through IPO.  

Company Name
Price Band/ IPO Date Latest grey market premium (Kostak)IPO size / sectorShares Available
SBI Cards and Payment Services Rs 250-260 premiumRs 9600 croreIPO coming soon
Studds Accessories2020Yes. Very Limited Quantity. Call 810830330
Prince Pipes and FittingsRs 177 - 178
18 - 21 December 2019
Rs 5-10 discountPipesNow Listed on BSE, NSE
Ujjivan Small Finance BankRs 36-37
2 December - 4 December
Rs 12-15 premiumRs 750 crore
Small Finance Bank
Now Listed on BSE, NSE
CSB Bank (Catholic Syrian Bank) Rs 193-195
22-26 November 2019
Rs 65-75 premiumRs 410 crore
Private sector bank
Now Listed on BSE, NSE
IRCTCRs 315 - Rs 320
Rs 645 crore
Catering and Tourism
30 September to 3 October 2019Now Listed on BSE, NSE
Sterling and Wilson Solar Rs 775 to Rs 780Rs 3125 crore / solar EPC 6 August 2019 to 8 August 2019Now listed on BSE, NSE
Spandana Sphoorty Financial Services Rs 853-856Rs 1200 crore/ Microlender 5-August 2019 to 7-August-2019Now listed on BSE, NSE
Affle India 740-745 456.52 - 459 crore/
Mobile marketing
29-July -2019 to 31-July-2019Now listed on BSE, NSE
Indiamart Intermesh india mart973475.59
Search directory
26-June-2019Now listed on BSE, NSE
Bharat Hotels
One97 Communications (Paytm)2020Yes
UTI Asset Management Co (UTI AMC)
2020Yes. Very Limited Quantity. Call 810830330
Marshall Machines CNC Turning Machines Metal fabricator2020
AGS Transact Technologies
Anand Rathi Wealth Management
Angel Broking
ANI Technologies (OLA Cabs)2020
Anmol Industries
ASK Investment Managers2020
Bajaj Energy
Barbeque Nation Hospitality
Bectors Food Specialities

Bharat Serum
Capricorn Food Products
Century Metal Recycling
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)2020Yes
Cochin International Airport Ltd (CIAL)2020Yes
Crystal Crop Protection
Devi Seafoods
Dodla Dairy2020
Emami Cement
Fino Payments Bank
Genius Consultants
Hero FinCorp2020Yes
Hinduja Leyland Finance2020
John Energy
JSW Cement
KIMS Hospitals
Lodha Developers
Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders2020
National Stock Exchange (NSE)2020Yes. Very Limited Quantity. Call 810830330
Nazara Technologies
Nekkanti Seafoods
Nihilent Technologies
Nuziveedu Seeds2020
Paranjape Schemes2020
Patel Infrastructure
PNB MetLife Insurance
Puranik Builders
Reliance General insurance Company
Reliance Retail Ltd2020
Sandhya Marines 
Sembcorp Energy India
Shree Shubham Logistics2020
Shriram Properties
SMC Global Securities2020
Spandana Sphoorty Financial
SREI Equipment Finance
Sterling and Wilson Solar2020
Zircon Technologies (India)
CAMSMutual fund transfer agencyRs 1000-1200 crore2020IPO soon
Puranik BuildersRs 900 crore
OYO Rooms2020
Burger KingRs 1000 crore
OLA (ANI Technologies)2020
SBI General Insurance2020
Shyam Steel2020

Besides, some unlisted e-commerce names have been creating quite a splash in the unlisted market. Unlisted stocks, shares and securities like Ola (ANI Technologies), Oyo (Oravel Stays), Paytm (One97 Communications), Quikr etc trade at eye-popping prices and are attracting in small retail, HNI and institutional investors. Paytm Mall looks to compete with Walmart-backed Flipkart and Amazon India, which together hold 80 per cent market share. 

What is IPO ?

In Initial Public Offering (IPO), the company’s shares are offered for public sale for the first time . This move changes the status of the company from being a private firm to a publicly traded firm. The company need to file DRHP (draft red hearing prospectus) for IPO. Market regulator SEBI approves the IPO for the companies and then they go for the IPO. To make a successful investment, it is important to keep the track of the upcoming IPO and the other aspects of the company. 

For more details on Draft Offer Documents filed with SEBI, Red Herring Documents filed with ROC, Final Offer Documents filed with ROC, and Other Documents please visit https://www.sebi.gov.in/filings/public-issues.html

What is Book Building ?

Book Building is basically a process used in Initial Public Offer (IPO) for efficient price discovery. It is a mechanism where, during the period for which the IPO is open, bids are collected from investors at various prices, which are above or equal to the floor price. The offer price is determined after the bid closing date.

Difference between Book Building Issue and Fixed Price Issue

In Book Building process, shares are offered at prices above or equal to the floor prices. However, shares are offered at a fixed price in case of a fixed price public issue. In case of Book Building, the demand can be known everyday as the book is built. But in case of fixed price issue, the demand is known at the close of the issue.

Recent developments

The second phase of Unified Payments Interface (UPI) mechanism as an alternative for retail investors to buy shares in a public issue was made effective from July 1. However, with the implementation of the second phase, the existing process of submitting bid-cum-application form with intermediary and the movement of application forms from intermediaries to self-certified syndicate banks for blocking funds was discontinued.


This list is compiled from DRHP filed by the companies, various sources and information available in public domain. Hence, it is for information purpose only and should not be construed as recommendation. Please do research and analysis and contact your investment advisor for help. We do not trade or offer any grey market premium or Kostak rates for any IPO. Actual dates and rates might vary. 

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