Ruchi Soya FPO Subscription Status – A part of the Patanjali Group, Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd is one of the leading edible oil brands in the Indian market. Established back in 1986, Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd was established with a vision to provide the best quality and purest oil to customers. From just selling the best quality oil in the market, Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd has grown to become one of the leading edible oil brands in India.
On the Final day, Ruchi soya FPO subscribed a total of 3.60 times. QIB subscribes 2.20 times, NII Subscribes 11.75 times, RII subscribes 0.89 times and EMP subscribes 7.76times.
Ruchi Soya FPO Date & Details
|FPO Open Date||24 Mar 2022|
|FPO Close Date||28 Mar 2022|
|Issue Type||Book Building issue FPO|
|Offer For sale||316,249,885 Eq Share|
|Face Value||₹2/Equity share|
|Price Band||₹615 to ₹650|
|List On||NSE & BSE|
Ruchi Soya FPO Market Lot
In Ruchi Soya FPO you will get a Minimum of 21 Shares in 1 lot with a ₹13,650 application amount. If you want to come under retail investor then you can apply a maximum for 14 Lot, 294 shares with ₹ 191,100 application amount.
|Minimum Lot Size||21 Shares in 1 Lot|
|Maximum Lot Size||294 Shares in 14 Lot|
Ruchi Soya FPO Reservation
The reservation for the Ruchi Soya FPO is like 50% is for QIB, 15% is for NII and 35% is for RII, employee quota is not shared.
Ruchi Soya FPO Time Table
Ruchi Soya FPO Listing Date is on 06 April 2022 and the opening and the closing dates are 24 Mar 2022 and 28 Mar 2022 and is as follows.
|IPO Open Date||24 Mar 2022|
|IPO Close Date||28 Mar 2022|
|Allotment Date||31 Mar 2022|
|Refund Date||04 April 2022|
|Credit to Demat Account||05 April 2022|
|Listing Date||06 April 2022|
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