Power Finance Corporation Ltd FPO (Power Finance FPO) Detail

May 10, 2011 - May 13, 2011

Incorporated in 1986 by Government of India, Power Finance Corporation ltd is India based Financial Institution (Non Banking Financial Company) providing funding to Power Sector projects. The company has status of Nav-Ratna PSU by Government of India.

PFC provides large range of Financial Products and Services including Project Term Loan, Lease Financing, Direct Discounting of Bills, Short Term Loan, Consultancy Services etc. for various Power projects in Generation, Transmission, and Distribution sector as well as for Renovation & Modernization of existing power projects.

PFC went public on Friday, February 23, 2007 by selling its 10.22% shares through PFC IPO. Company is currently listed in BSE (Scrip Code: 532810) and NSE (Symbol: PFC).

Company Financials:

ParticularsFor the year/period ended (in Rs. Million)
31-Dec-1031-Mar-1031-Mar-09
Total Income74,870.4381,265.7565,897.25
Profit After Tax (PAT)19,470.1822,500.8914,695.99

Objects of the Issue:

The objects of the issue are:

1. Augment capital base to ensure compliance with requisite capital adequacy norms and to meet future capital requirements arising out of growth in business; and
2. General corporate purposes.

Power Finance FPO Details

IPO Opening DateMay 10, 2011
IPO Closing DateMay 13, 2011
Issue TypeBook Built Issue FPO
Face Value₹10 per equity share
IPO Price₹193 to ₹203 per equity share
Market Lot28 Shares
Min Order Quantity28 Shares
Listing AtBSE, NSE
Issue Size229,553,340 Eq Shares of ₹10
(aggregating up to ₹4,578.20 Cr)

Power Finance FPO Lot Size

The Power Finance FPO market lot size is 28 shares. A retail-individual investor can apply for up to 35 lots (980 shares or ₹198,940).

ApplicationLotsSharesAmount (Cut-off)
Minimum128₹5,684
Maximum35980₹198,940

5% Discount for Retail Bidders and Eligible Employees

The promoter of PFC, Government of India, has offered 5% discount to retail investors and eligible employees in PFC FPO shares. The PFC FPO discount will be applicable on the price fixed for PFC shares through this FPO.

Power Finance FPO Subscription Status (Bidding Detail)

The Power Finance FPO is subscribed 4.34x times on May 13, 2011 20:00. The public issue subscribed 2.00x in the retail category, 6.92x in the QIB category, and 1.20x in the NII category. Check Day by Day Subscription Details (Live Status)

CategoryIPO Subscription
QIB

6.92x

NII

1.20x

RII

2.00x

Employee

0.91x

Total

4.34x

Power Finance FPO Prospectus

Power Finance FPO Rating

737
3.3
Rating:Rated 3.3 stars

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Power Finance FPO Listing Date

Listing DateFriday, May 27, 2011
BSE Script Code532810
NSE SymbolPFC
Listing InA Group of Securities
ISININE134E01011
IPO Price₹203 per equity share
Face Value₹10 per equity share

Listing Day Trading Information

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IPO Price
Open
Low
High
Last Trade
Volume
BSE
₹203.00
₹197.60
₹191.40
₹200.70
₹199.45
10,859,061
NSE
₹203.00
₹196.00
₹191.50
₹200.70
₹199.50
34,397,028

Power Finance FPO Reviews / Ratings

Company Contact Information

Power Finance Corporation Ltd
'Urjanidhi', 1, Barakhamba Lane,
Connaught Place,
New Delhi 110 001, India

Phone: +91 (11) 2345 6000
Email: fpo@pfcindia.com
Website: http://www.pfcindia.com

Power Finance FPO Registrar

KFintech Private Limited
   KFintech, Tower-B, Plot No 31 & 32,
   Financial District, Nanakramguda, Gachibowli,
   Hyderabad, Telangana India - 500 032.

Phone: 04067162222, 04079611000
Email: einward.ris@karvy.com
Website: https://karisma.kfintech.com/

Power Finance FPO FAQs

  1. What is Power Finance FPO?

    Power Finance FPO is a main-board FPO of 229,553,340 equity shares of the face value of ₹10 aggregating up to ₹4,578.20 Crores. The issue is priced at ₹193 to ₹203 per equity share. The minimum order quantity is 28 Shares.

    The FPO opens on May 10, 2011, and closes on May 13, 2011.

    KFintech Private Limited is the registrar for the FPO. The shares are proposed to be listed on BSE, NSE.

  2. When Power Finance FPO will open?

    The Power Finance FPO opens on May 10, 2011 and closes on May 13, 2011.

  3. What is the lot size of Power Finance FPO?

    Power Finance FPO lot size is 28 Shares and the minimum order quantity is 28 Shares.

  4. How to apply for Power Finance FPO?

    You can apply in Power Finance FPO online using either UPI or ASBA as payment method. ASBA IPO application is available in the net banking of your bank account. UPI IPO application is offered by brokers who don't offer banking services. Read more detail about apply IPO online through Zerodha, Upstox, 5Paisa, Edelweiss, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank and SBI Bank.

  5. When Power Finance FPO allotment?

    The finalization of Basis of Allotment for Power Finance FPO will be done on [.], and the allotted shares will be credited to your demat account by [.]. Check the Power Finance FPO allotment status.

  6. When is Power Finance FPO listing date?

    The Power Finance FPO listing date is on Friday, May 27, 2011.

Power Finance FPO Message Board

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1213. bangalore king |Jul 15, 2011 00:01
Top Contributor Top Contributor (400+ Posts)
Highest traded counter on NSE with major breakout.

Bank of America-Merrill Lynch has resumed coverage on Power Finance Corp with a 'buy' and has set a target price of 260 rupees post follow-on offering on better earnings as structurally power financing remains a focused priority for the government. "PFC's valuations remain very attractive and the stock is trading at 15-25 percent discount to its peers Rural Electrification Corp, IDFC despite better risk-profile," the Wall-Street Bank said in a note. It also expects PFC to report a net profit growth of 24 percent in FY12/13 citing loan growth and improving margins.
1212. satyaaa |Jul 1, 2011 19:38
PFC will touch 300 by September 2011 provided that NIFTY touches 6000 or sensex 20000.
1211. SUB |Jun 21, 2011 17:27
15% crash in 5 days!!!
1210. sachin kapil |Jun 20, 2011 16:37
pfc @ 176
shud we buy it at this level for longterm ?
experts pls give some suggestions...
1209. SUB |Jun 17, 2011 14:29
In last 3 days market has fallen by 2.5%,whereas PFC fell about 10%.
1208. ARCHIT SHAH |Jun 17, 2011 11:11
sreedhar

Can we buy at this level.

please reply.
1207. gundu anna |Jun 12, 2011 16:01
IPO Mentor IPO Mentor (500+ Posts, 100+ Likes)
PFC is going to be a very good investment option from one year perspective.
1206. prashant patwardhan |Jun 1, 2011 15:38
Auction rate is decided as highest traded rate within settlement period (T+2), that is why it is said, one's pain is going to be broker's delight.
1205. n kumar |Jun 1, 2011 14:49
Prashant patwardhan,

Thanks for the advice.
Auction completed for the shares i shortsold at 200.67 on 30/11/2011. Apart from that Rs250 is charged for STT. So total i was charged at Rs200.91.They had debited the amount also, but the digital contract sent doesn't contain any information of the trade timings and the highest price of PFC on 30/05/2011 is 200.41 only. i was little curious about the trade timings as from morning to afternoon it was around 199 but they seems to have auctioned after 2.30PM.
1204. bangalore king |Jun 1, 2011 10:55
Top Contributor Top Contributor (400+ Posts)
If you want a reason why you should be long term on PFC , see this :

http://www.motilaloswal.com/researchreport/Downloadfile.aspx?mode=112&filename=634407213360060466.pdf

have patience.
1203. SOMPRASH |May 31, 2011 18:35
It is not always necessary to play the IPO game for first day
listing gain or loss. It is a POWERFUL TOOL to earn handsome
money with some longer term view.

It is my 25 years experiance that I am sharing with all of you.

So , please do not under-estimate the " POWER " OF " POWER-FINANCE ".
1202. pakka hindustani |May 30, 2011 16:32
PFC is nicely consolidating at 200 levels. ready to take off in 1 or 2 days. My target is 210-215. Cheers!!!!
1201. prashant patwardhan |May 30, 2011 15:56
Mr kumar:: sorry to say you that you have bought shares to compensate your shortsell is futile. Both transactions are independently registered by broker. But just don't panic and watchout for payin instructions and follow it instantly. If not, auction will not be executed, till then. If the market rate increases you will be prone to further losses unnecessarily. It appears that share rate may not run away, still it is advisable to payin as instructed by broker. Initially payin will be asked as MR plus 50% extra, but you will get balance debited to your acount once auction happens. Take care that your bank balance is as much as required on above lines. Don't loose slip over it, there is no penalty as such if you make payin instantly.
1200. Market guru |May 30, 2011 14:11
Hold on... this will be back to 210+ levels...
1199. n kumar |May 27, 2011 18:24
Ravi Bangalore,

I kept Sanghvi, Apollo and Jubiliant in my watch list.
As i did a silly mistake with PFC now i hold 1000 shares of PFC which i bought today to compensate yesterdays short sell which will be auctioned on 30th May.

any strategies to comeout with least loss.
1198. Ravi, Bangalore |May 27, 2011 18:23
Top Contributor Top Contributor (300+ Posts)
1193. n kumar

There is always a risk in selling shares before they come into your account. Looking at price and volume action from past two days, it is obvious that some investors have already sold their allotted shares. There is a good chance (95%+) that the shares will be credited by today morning. Please check-up once again. However, there is no guarantee that the credit of shares won't be delayed.

Remember what happened with NMDC FPO? People who sold the shares too early (22nd March 2010 and 23rd March 2010) gave short delivery and then had to face auction (26th March 2010 and 29th March 2010). The auction quantities for 26th and 29th were 115883 and 473652 respectively.

The exchanges don't care if the seller has the shares or not. The seller just has to deliver the shares on T+2 day. Sharekhan allows its clients to sell shares that they don't have in their demat account where as ICICIDirect don't allow. Probably, your broker will be able to give delivery because, I have also sold yesterday & I am not facing any problem so far. In the past, I had sold early in EIL FPO.
1197. n kumar |May 27, 2011 16:51
Rajiv rastogi,

Thanks for the update.
I didn't get mail for the first 500 shares which i shortsold on 25/11/2011. so am i safe with the 500 shares i got from fpo shares. my current dp is showing dpbalance as 500 and netavailablebalance as 1500
1196. rajiv rastogi |May 27, 2011 16:46
Time to take some rest after having sleepless nights. PFC story ends here, superb tralior but bad bad movie, just like Akshay Kumar's past 5 movies.
1195. rajiv rastogi |May 27, 2011 16:40
Kumar, you should have number of shares shorted in sharekhan dp by 30th. Since next 2 days do not have settlements cos of saturday and sunday, you will get shares you bought today in dp as earliest by monday night and in higher chances by tuesday morning which means you will be late for providing shares. Instead of buying you should have contacted sharekhan for sorting out. Since its FPO and most people sell in advance thus you see most auctions I'm sure sharekhan would also not able to help you. If it was a case of default in margins or bad buying/selling (bought 100 and sold 110 or vice versa by mistake) sharekhan might have helped you but it's highly impossible your dealer might be having pfc shares. So your buying today was futile and did not helped in cause. Sorry.
1194. rajiv rastogi |May 27, 2011 16:30
Yes there will be double brokerage payable. As I told if your broker is not able to arrange shares he'll go for auction. He won't pay charges from his pocket. And he'll definitely charge twice as once he sold for you and once he arranged shares by amount payable by you so exhange transfer shares to person who has bought shares that day from you. You are forgetting simple reason of auction. When there is a seller there is a buyer too hence to reconcile shares defaulted your beoker buys shares on your behalf at a penalised rate, exchange transfers it to party who suffered from your neglegence. I stated clearly if you are able to arrange shares you can save brokerage but have to pay auction price but if you couldn't, you'' pay double charges.







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