BSE & NSE
10 Aug - 12 Aug '21
₹346 - ₹353
Having been operational since 2009, Aptus Value Housing is a retail-oriented housing finance company. A large chunk of its clients fall under low and middle-income categories and may be self employed. The customer base targeted by Aptus Value Housing is primarily found within rural and semi-urban markets in the country. As of December 31, 2020, a CRISIL report indicates that Aptus Value housing is one of the biggest housing finance companies in Southern India. This qualification has been made keeping in mind its assets under management which amount to INR 37,909.31 million. Customers can avail of home loans such that homes can be bought, residential property can be constructed, improved or extended upon. Loans against property and business loans can also be availed via Aptus Value Housing.
Aptus Value Housing IPO details are as follows.
Aptus Value Housing IPO date opened on August 10, 2021 and closed on August 12, 2021.
The Aptus Value Housing IPO share price fell in the range of INR 346 to INR 353 per equity share.
The market lot for this IPO amounted to 42 shares. Retail individual investors were allowed to apply for up to 13 lots. This means that at most a retail individual investor could hold 546 shares valued at INR 192,738.
Aptus Value Housing IPO makes for a viable investment as it has a vast network amounting to 181 branches spread across 75 districts within the union territory of Puducherry. It has a significant presence in market which has been under penetrated so far.
Its profit after tax as of March 31, 2021, amounted to INR 2,669.44 million which is more than what it was on March 31, 2020 (INR 2,110.12 million) or on March 31, 2019 (INR 1114.83 million) indicating its vast potential for success.
The company’s assets under management make it one of the largest housing finance companies in Southern India.
Its service offerings are well received and prominent within a vast, underpenetrated market which has the potential for tons of growth.
Aptus Value Housing has established its financial performance.
Its management team is experienced, stable and the corporate governance in place is strong.
The social impact of its business operations are good.
The company has been unable to meet its obligations that pertain to finances along with other covenants featured under its debt financing.
Mismatches under asset liability impact the company’s liquidity.
The IPO will allow Aptus Value Housing to augment its capital base such that it can meet each of its future capital requirements. Listing benefits on the NSE and BSE will be a possibility with the IPO.
The lending and treasury operations of Aptus Value Housing are impacted by the volatility.
Downgrades to its credit ratings can consequently impact its borrowing costs. This in turn can impact its ability to access financing.
You can apply for the Aptus Value Housing Finance India Ltd. IPO in these ways:
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What was the share price of the Aptus Value Housing IPO?
The Aptus Value Housing IPO price fell in the range of INR 346 to INR 353 per equity share.
What are Aptus Value Housing IPO details pertaining to the dates of said IPO?
The Aptus Value Housing IPO dates fell between August 10 and August 12, 2021.
What was the issue size of the Aptus Value Housing IPO?
The issue size of the Aptus Value Housing IPO was INR 2,780.05 Crores.
What was the subscription rate of the Aptus Value Housing IPO?
The subscription rate for the AMI Organics IPO was as follows.
The retail individual investor category subscribed 1.35 times.
The non-institutional investor category subscribed 33.91 times.
The qualified institutional buyer category subscribed 32.41 times.
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