1. Final day: HDFC Standard Life IPO subscribed 4.87 times

Final day: HDFC Standard Life IPO subscribed 4.87 times

The initial public offering (IPO) of HDFC Standard Life Insurance was subscribed by 4.87 times on Thursday, the concluding day of the offer, with investors bidding for 106.95 crore shares against 21.97 crore shares on offer.

By: | Published: November 10, 2017 3:59 AM
HDFC Standard Life Insurance, Investors, HDFC The initial public offering (IPO) of HDFC Standard Life Insurance was subscribed by 4.87 times on Thursday, the concluding day of the offer, with investors bidding for 106.95 crore shares against 21.97 crore shares on offer. (Image: IE)

The initial public offering (IPO) of HDFC Standard Life Insurance was subscribed by 4.87 times on Thursday, the concluding day of the offer, with investors bidding for 106.95 crore shares against 21.97 crore shares on offer. Qualified institutional buyers bid for 88.59 crore shares against 5.33 crore shares on offer. High net worth individuals (HNI) bid for 9.14 crore shares against 4 crore shares on offer. Retail investors bid for 7.99 crore shares against 9.34 crore shares on offer. Employees bid for 35.53 lakh shares against 29.49 lakh shares on offer.  On Monday, the company raised Rs 2322 crore from anchor investors by allotting 8.07 crore equity shares.
HDFC Standard Life Insurance had set a price band of Rs 275-290 per share for its IPO. Bids were invited for a minimum of 50 equity shares and multiples of 50 thereof.

The issue consists of an offer for sale (OFS) up to `29.98 crore. This comprises  an offer for sale up to Rs 19.12 crore by Housing Development Finance Corporation
and Rs 10.86 crore by Standard Life, the  promoters of the HDFC Standard Life Insurance Company. According to its red herring prospectus, HDFC Standard Life’s total new business premium was Rs 8,696 crore in FY17 against Rs 6,487 crore in the previous year. Between FY 2015 and FY 17, their annualised premium equivalent grew by a CAGR of 14.5%. The company’s product portfolio covers five principal segments across the individual and group categories, participating, non-participating protection term, non-participating protection health, other nonparticipating and unit-linked insurance products.

As at September 30, 2017, their product portfolio comprised 32 individual and ten group products, as well as eight optional rider benefits. In 2017, 30 companies raised Rs 47,091.97 crore through IPO. Listing gains and returns by newly listed companies as also the positive sentiment in the broader market are among the reasons attributed to the trend. SBI Life, ICICI Lombard, GIC Re, BSE, HUDCO, CDSL, and Avenue Supermarts are some of the companies who completed their IPO in the past 10 months.

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