Highlights

  • Regulation on how companies set IPO price bands
  • Change in anchor investors lock-in period
  • IPO share sale proceeds utilisation reworked

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SEBI has introduced a new set of norms of the hyped IPO markets to protect retail investors. From new lock-in periods to how to use share sale proceeds here is what you need to know about the new regulations-:

  1. Large shareholders with more than 20% stakes in the company are barred from selling their entire holdings on listing day
  2. These shareholders however are allowed to sell up to 50% of their holdings
  3. The Lock-in period for anchor investors has been increased from 30 days to 90 days.
  4. Rating agencies will monitor how newly listed companies are utilising IPO funds
  5. Newly listed firms can now use only 25% of the IPO proceeds for unidentified acquisitions

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