Tata Technologies IPO: With multiple categories for potential investors to apply under, the Tata Group’s primary offering is open to a wide range of participants as the much anticipated Tata Technologies IPO draws near. The categories that are offered and the investors’ freedom are broken down as follows:
Five Categories for Participation:
Institutional investors are welcome to apply to be Qualified Institutional Investors (QIBs).
Non-Institutional Investors (Over Rs 2 Lakh): This category is open to private investors making bids more than Rs 2 Lakh.
Targeting individual investors with bids up to Rs 2 lakh, the retail investor category is focused on them.
Owners of Tata Motors Ltd. (TML): All current owners of Tata Motors are reserved.
Tata Tech Employees Who Qualify: only to Tata Technologies workers who meet the requirements.
Can One Investor Apply in Multiple Categories?
Yes, but with restrictions: If qualified, a single investor may submit applications in up to three categories without having their offers counted as multiple bids.
Eligible Employee Options:
Three Employee Categories: An eligible employee may apply under one of the following three categories: retail or non-institutional investor, Tata Motors shareholder, or employee.
Employee Allotment Maximum: The maximum amount of shares that employees may be allotted is Rs 5,00,000.
Shareholder of Tata Motors Options:
There are two categories for Tata Motors shareholders to bid under: the non-institutional or retail quota and the TML shareholders.
Maximum Bid Amount for Shareholders: Up to Rs 200,000 can be bid by qualified TML shareholders.
Important IPO Details:
Subscription Period: From November 22 to November 23, you can sign up for the Tata Technologies first public offering (IPO).
Offer-for-Sale (OFS) method: By selling 6,08,50,278 equity shares under the OFS method, the business hopes to raise Rs 3,042.51 crore.
Price Band: With a lot size of 30 equity shares, the price band is defined at Rs 475–500 per share.
About Tata Technologies:
Global Engineering Services: Product development and digital solutions are offered to global OEMs and their tier-1 suppliers by Tata Technologies, a top provider of global engineering services.
Knowledge: The business specialises on manufacturing-led verticals like aerospace, transportation, and automotive. It also has knowledge of product and manufacturing engineering.
Recent Improvement: With an emphasis on certain accounts, Tata Technologies’ growth trajectory has improved recently.
Potential Difficulties: Although it is taken into account in the IPO pricing, a weak customer in H1FY24 could have an effect on short-term performance.
Investors from all categories can participate as the Tata Technologies IPO subscription window starts, demonstrating the Tata Group’s dedication to inclusivity in this ground-breaking offering.