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Largest IPOs coming In 2022

These 4 large companies could be Gamechanger for Traders in 2022. The year 2021 changed into a curler coaster for initial public services (IPO) in India. Within a closing couple of months, the Indian stock marketplace has ended up unpredictable, with quite a few fluctuations inside the nifty and Sensex. The ongoing covid scare has not moved the marketplace a lot besides some volatility at instances. India saw a record number of companies getting listed on stock exchanges in 2021. There was a giant boom in the quantity of participating investors.

In the year 2022, the high momentum is predicted to continue with a few massive groups getting listed at the exchanges. Here are a number of the imminent IPOs in 2022 to look forward to-

  1. OlaOLA IPO

Journey-hailing(Cab-hailing) business enterprise ola plans to go public in the first half of of 2022, chief executive officer Bhavish Aggarwal said.

Ola, which has a majority share of India’s ride-hailing market, where it competes with Uber Technologies, has plans to raise up to $1 billion through the IPO. Ola, subsidized by japan’s Softbank organization, is likewise gearing as much to create something of a “super app” with plans to increase its offerings beyond mobility to encompass personal finance and micro insurance. In this IPO, Ola plans to raise half of its targeted capital through the primary issue and the rest through an offer for sale. Unlike most startups, Ola is profitable, making an operating profit of  Rs 898 million in FY 2021. It reported a standalone operating profit of Rs 898 m for the fiscal year 2021 versus a loss of Rs 6.1 bn a year ago. Such a profit was made possible by Ola cutting its costs and reducing its workforce. Additionally, the company plans to list ola’s separate electric-powered vehicle business in the future and is currently building it out starting with its electric scooters, for which it has received 1 million reservations. It also plans to release an electric car in 2023 and is calling at setting up local battery cell production.

Aggarwal said that while companies like Tesla are leading the way in building vehicles more suited for Western markets, India can lead in the area of small cars, scooters and motorbikes for which global demand is higher.


LIC, India’s largest insurance company and the government’s most profitable enterprise, is expected to have its Initial Public Offer(IPO) in the last quarter of FY 2022. According to media reviews, the ipo may also get delayed and come only next fiscal year.

A few media hypothesis doubting the feasibility of LIC IPO this financial year isn’t correct. Tuhin Kanta Pandey, secretary in the department of investment and public asset management (DIPAM) tweeted,” It is reiterated that plan is on course for the ipo in the closing quarter of this financial.”

It will be India’s largest-ever IPO with the government selling between 5%-10% of its stake within the business enterprise. The listing may be critical for the government to fulfill its disinvestment goal. It is anticipated that this IPO could fetch the government between rs 600 billion and rs 800 billion. According to a media report, the insurer made a stock marketplace earnings of around Rs 100 bn simply between April and June 2021. Lic additionally has a massive market percentage of 49.8. The remaining 23 private corporations consisting of HDFC life and ICICI prudential life insurance have the remaining 50. 2% share. The government has set a disinvestment target of ₹1.75 lakh crore for FY22. The LIC public offer is crucial if this target is to be met. Furthermore, the government has expressed willingness to allow foreign investors to maintain 20% of the stake in LIC through the IPO. There’s additionally a possibility that the government will make amendments to the foreign direct investment guidelines, permitting such traders to buy the stake without in search of government approval in the automatic route.

3. Byju’sBYJU'sIPO

Byju’s, the Online Education provider is also in talks to raise money through an IPO next year, might be in the second quarter of the year. It plans to raise between $400 million to $600 hundred million. The Bengaluru-headquartered edtech startup could close the pre-IPO fundraising in a few weeks at a valuation of about $21 billion. As per reports, the startup and its bankers are discussing a valuation of $40 billion to $50 billion. In fact, Byju’s was valued at $18 billion in its latest round last month, up from $16.5 billion in June 2021.

The organization earned nearly 3 times more from the sale of educational tablets and sd cards than from the sale of reference books. It sold gadgets well worth Rs 1,676 crore and books well worth Rs 561 crore in FY20. The company recently expanded into overseas markets through its ‘Future School’ offering, which has subscribers in the US, UK, Brazil, Indonesia and Mexico. The company added 45 million students to its platform as the pandemic peaked in India last year and said in July it has more than 100 million users on the app, according to Bloomberg. Some 6.5 million are paid subscribers and its annual renewal rate is 86%. Byju’s is said to be aiming for a profit margin of 20% and a Rs 100 billion revenue in FY 2022.

4. DelhiveryDelhivery Ipo

The logistics company Delhivery is ready to hit the exchanges in the next financial year. It has already filed its draft red herring prospectus (DRHP) with Securities Exchange Board of India(SEBI) to raise $400 million to $500 million through its IPO in 2022. The company will raise 50 billion through fresh issue of shares and 24.6 billion through offer for sale, so the delivery company’s issue size will be Rs 74.6 billion. According to the DRHP, Delhivery aims to use around Rs 2,500 crore for organic growth initiatives while Rs 1,250 crore will be earmarked for funding the inorganic growth through acquisitions and other strategic initiatives. It will use the remaining amount for general corporate purposes.

The 10-year-old company provides a full range of logistics services, including express parcel delivery, heavy goods delivery, PTL (partial truck load) freight, TL (truck load) freight, warehousing, supply chain solutions, cross-border express and many more. It is the largest and fastest growing fully-integrated logistics services player in India by revenue as of FY 2021


Many other large comapnies will list for IPO 2022 apart from the four discussed above. These include OYO, PhonePe and Flipkart. The upcoming financial year will also see a number of successful IPOs.

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