Shriram Properties files draft papers with Sebi to launch Rs 800 cr...

Shriram Properties files draft papers with Sebi to launch Rs 800 cr IPO


Bengaluru-basedShriram Propertieshas filed a draft document with market regulator to raise up to Rs 800 crore through an initial public offer (IPO).

According to sources, filed the draft red herring prospectus (DRHP) on Friday.

As per DRHP, the company proposes to raise up to Rs 800 crore through IPO. Out of the total IPO size, it plans to raise Rs 250 crore through fresh issue of equity shares and Rs 550 crore through offer for sale.

has proposed partial exits to its four existing investors –TPG Capital,Tata Capital, Walton Street Capital and Starwood Capital — which hold around 58 per cent stake in the company.

In offer for sale, each of the selling shareholders will be entitled to their respective portion of the proceeds from the offer for sale in proportion of the shares offered by them.

The company will not receive any proceeds from the offer for sale.

proposes to utilise the net proceeds from the fresh issue towards repayment and/ or pre-payment of debt and general corporate purposes.

Sources had earlier said that the company expects to get nod next month and thereafter it will hit the capital market with the proposed IPO.

The company has a major presence in South India. It has completed various real estate projects and many projects are under construction.

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indian real estate sector has witnessed two successful public issues of the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT).

Mindspace Business Parks REIT, owned byK Raheja, was listed in August last year after raising Rs 4,500 crore, while global investment firm Brookfield’s REIT public issue worth Rs 3,800 crore got listed in February this year.

India’s largest realty firm Macrotech Developers, erstwhile Lodha Developers, is raising up to Rs 2,500 crore through IPO, which closed on Friday.

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