On July 28, Rolex Rings Limited launched its initial public offering (IPO). The IPO’s second day is on Thursday. Day one activity was solid, with a large number of investors, particularly in the retail category, participating in the public offering. According to statistics from the IPO, the Rolex Rings IPO was subscribed 3.84 times by the end of the trading day on July 28, at around 17:00 IST.
The investor portions were divided as follows when it came to reserved sections: A 50% reservation was made for the QIB investor part. The NII category received a 15% reservation, while the Retail segment received a 35 percent allocation. As a result, individual investors were granted a broad leeway to apply for up to 13 lots at the upper end of the lot size range. The pricing range for the Rolex Rings IPO is Rs 880 to Rs 900 per equity share. On Thursday, the Grey Market Premium (GMP) was Rs 460, implying that the issue is trading on the grey market at a premium of Rs 1,340 to Rs 1,360 per share. The automobile parts business is looking to raise Rs 731 crore through the offering. This is made up of a Fresh Issue that collects all of the previous issues.
The automobile parts business is looking to raise Rs 731 crore through the offering. This includes a Fresh Issue worth up to Rs 56 crore and a Rs 675 crore Offer for Sale (OFS) comprising 7,500,000 equity shares. This public offering has a face value of Rs 10 per equity share. The Rolex Rings initial public offering (IPO) is expected to end this Friday, July 30. Following that, the legwork will begin in August, with the Basis of Allotment being the first to go. The basis of allotment will take place on August 4, and reimbursements will begin on August 5. On August 6, the successful investor’s shares will be credited to their Demat Accounts.
The company was founded in 2003 and is currently regarded as one of India’s leading forging companies. Rolex Rings specialises in the production of hot rolled forged and machine bearing rings as well as automotive components for a variety of applications, including passenger cars, two-wheelers, commercial vehicles, electric vehicles, off-highway vehicles, industrial machinery, wind turbines, and rover. As for Rolex Rings Ltd, revenues for most listed peers and the firm have dropped over the past four years, but the company has earned stronger ROEs on account of greater Asset Turnover,” said Milan Desai, Lead Equity Analyst at Angel Broking. The company has a long-standing relationship with existing customers, and with newer items, it should be able to grow its market share.