The appointing authority has designated Link Intime India Private Ltd as the official registrar for the upcoming IPO.
At 10:20 AM, DOMS Industries IPO subscribed 40 percent of 34.98 lakh shares against the total subscription of 87.63 lakh shares.
Issue Subscription as of Day 1
Within minutes of the IPO opening, investors fully booked the retail portion. It was subscribed 1.34 times the allocated portion of 15.93 lakh shares, reaching 21.29 lakh shares.
In the Non Institutional Investors (NIIS) space, investors bid for 56 percent of the total 23.89 lakh shares. Investors with bidding amounts exceeding Rs 10 lakh booked 52 percent or 8.25 lakh shares in this space.
Investors whose bidding amount was more than Rs 2 lakh and upto Rs 10 lakh received bids of 84 percent or 6.72 lakhs as against 7.96 lakh shares.
Qualified Institutional Buyers (QIBs) are yet to open their account in the IPO process.
Objective of the Issue
The utilization of part of the net proceeds from the new issue includes covering general corporate expenses and financing the construction of a new manufacturing facility. It plans to increase production capacity for a variety of writing instruments, watercolour pens, markers and highlighters.
DOMS Industries IPO has reserved not less than 75 percent of the shares in the public issue for Qualified Institutional Buyers (QIB). The allocation limits set a maximum of 15 percent for Non-Institutional Investors (NII). It has fixed a maximum reservation of 10 percent for Retail Investors in the offer.
Employees eligible for the reservation portion have the opportunity to access a discount of Rs 75 per equity share when they participate.
Earlier, DOMS raised Rs 537.7 crore through anchor investors, a day ahead of its IPO opening for bidding. Big institutions that participated include SBI Mutual Fund, HDFC Mutual Fund and Goldman Sachs.
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