After a blockbuster year of IPOs in 2021, 2022 also seems like a promising year for the Indian investors. With companies like LIC, NSE, OYO and many other giants ready to list in the market, 2022 is surely coming up with great excitement for the investors. Let’s look at some of the biggest and most exciting IPOs coming this year.
The much awaited and talked about IPO of the year is LIC. The government is planning to raise Rs 63,000 crores by selling 5% stake in the company or 31.6 crores equity shares. With Rs 15 lakh crores as market value, LIC is set to be the largest listed insurance company by market value. The company will also reserve 10% of the IPO issue size for its employees and policy holders.
GoAir is one of the fastest-growing airlines in India. From 8.8% in fiscal 2018 to 10.8% in fiscal 2020, the ultra low cost carrier has seen a jump in the domestic market share . As of January 31, 2020 the inventory fleet consisted of 56 aircrafts. GoAir covers 28 domestic and 9 international destinations. Its IPO will comprise fresh issuance of equity shares aggregating up to Rs 3,600 crores.
Founded by Bhavish Aggarwal in 2010, Ola is a cab-hailing service. Ola is looking to raise $1-2 billion from the IPO at a valuation of $7.3 billion. ANI Technologies, the parent company of Ola, has, till now, raised $3 billion.
The behemoth of the edtech industry is set to come up with its IPO this year. With a valuation of $21 billion, BYJU’s is India’s most valued startup. As per estimates, BYJU’s will raise $4 billion at a valuation of about $48 billion.
With the capacity of manufacturing 14 million helmets every year, Studds is the world's largest manufacturer of two-wheeler helmets. The company has a presence in over forty countries. Studds owns the only laboratory in India with certification from European Safety Agency and Safety. Through the Offer for Sale (OFS) component of the IPO issue, around 3,939,000 equity shares of the company which are held by the promoters are likely to be offered to the public.
Shark Tank fame Aman Gupta’s wearable startup Boat is one of the largest direct-to-consumer, audio-focused electronics brands in India. The company is expected to seek a valuation of $1.5-2 billion in the IPO by raising 2000 crore.
Apart from the above mentioned companies, MobiKwik, Delhivery, PharmEasy,Ixigo and Bajaj Energy are some companies amongst many others which are going to generate a lot of curiosity and interest among Indian investors.
According to industry estimates, the year 2022 is likely to see Rs 2,20,000 crore worth of IPOs and could be a lot more interesting for investors. With companies like LIC, NSE, OYO, Delhivery and many others, investors are surely in for many amazing investment opportunities.