Tata Technologies IPO Anchors Investor Confidence with Rs 791 Crore Investment Ahead of Historic Offering

Tata Technologies, the global engineering services firm, has successfully raised Rs 791 crore from anchor investors, marking a strong start to its initial public offering (IPO). The anchor book was oversubscribed, with 67 investors participating in the offering, demonstrating significant investor interest in the company.

The IPO is the first public issue from the Tata Group in nearly two decades, with the last one being Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in 2004. The subscription for Tata Technologies’ IPO opened on November 22 and is set to close on November 24.

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Tata Technologies has reserved 20.28 lakh equity shares for its employees and 60.85 lakh shares for Tata Motors shareholders. The IPO, excluding these reserved portions, constitutes the net issue.

The company disclosed that 1,58,21,071 equity shares were allocated to anchor investors at a price of Rs 500 per share, which is at the upper end of the price band ranging from Rs 475 to Rs 500.

Global investors, including Goldman Sachs, Government Pension Fund Global, BNP Paribas Funds, Prudential Assurance Company, HSBC Global, Florida Retirement System, Oaktree Emerging Markets Equity Fund, Brinker Capital Destinations Trust, Great Eastern Life-Singapore Life Insurance Fund, RBC Asia Pacific Ex-Japan Equity Fund, and Copthall Mauritius Investment, participated in the anchor book. Additionally, domestic mutual funds and insurance companies such as SBI Mutual Fund, ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund, Nippon Life, Aditya Birla Sun Life Trustee, Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund, and many others invested in the Pune-based firm.

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Tata Technologies’ IPO is an offer-for-sale (OFS) by promoter Tata Motors and investors Alpha TC Holdings & Tata Capital Growth Fund I. The entire proceeds from the IPO, excluding expenses, will go to the selling shareholders.

The IPO has garnered significant attention, with shares reportedly trading at a massive 70 percent premium in the grey market over the upper price band. However, experts advise caution when considering such premiums, as the grey market is speculative and non-regulated. Investors are encouraged to conduct thorough due diligence by analyzing the financials of the company before making investment decisions.

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Half of the net offer size has been reserved for qualified institutional buyers (QIBs), 15 percent for high net worth individuals (HNIs), and the remaining 35 percent for retail investors.

Tata Technologies aims to mobilize Rs 3,042.51 crore through the issuance of 6.08 crore equity shares at the upper price band. The IPO is expected to be closely watched in the coming days, with investors and analysts eagerly anticipating its performance in the stock market.

Disclaimer: Investors are advised to exercise caution and consult certified experts before making any investment decisions, as the grey market is highly speculative and not regulated. The views expressed by experts are their own and may not necessarily reflect the website’s or management’s opinion.

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