Tara Health Foods Limited IPO (Tara Health IPO) Detail

Apr 28, 2010 - Apr 30, 2010

Incorporated in 1977, Tara Health Foods Limited (THFL) is in the business of manufacturing of oil and cattle/poultry feed. Company is now also in the nutritive healthy edible oil segment producing and selling Rice Bran Oil, blend of Rice Bran Oil and Refined Olive Oil. Company not only produce these products but also market them in the northern part of the country as on date through different points of sale set up in the state(s) of Punjab, Delhi, Haryana and Jammu & Kashmir.

Company have two business segments

1. Animal Nutrition - It includes cattle feed, feed supplements and mineral mixtures.
2. Edible Oils - A range of health focussed edible oils such as Olive oil, Rice Bran Oil and their blend(patent under process).

Company Promoters:

The Promoters of Tara Health Foods Ltd are:

1. Mr.Kulwant Singh, aged 51 years, is the Non Executive Chairman of the Company.
2. Mr. Jaswant Singh, aged 47 years, the Chairman of the Company.
3. Mr. Balwant Singh, aged 44 years, the Managing Director of the Company.

Company Financials:

ParticularsFor the year/period ended (Rs. in Million)
30-Jun-0931-Mar-0931-Mar-0831-Mar-0731-Mar-0631-Mar-05
Total Income751.561982.411061.08338.4771.210.02
Profit After Tax (PAT)98.78169.9790.1414.180.630.05

Objects of the Issue:

The objects of the issue are for:

1. Setting up a new Edible Oil Refining Plant at existing location;
2. Expansion of Cattle Feed Plant at existing location;
3. Augmenting long term working capital requirement of the Company;
4. General Corporate Purposes; and
5. Achieve the benefits of listing on the Stock Exchanges.

Tara Health IPO Details

IPO DateApr 28, 2010 - Apr 30, 2010
Issue TypeBook Built Issue IPO
Issue Size10,000,000 Eq Shares of ₹10
(aggregating up to ₹0.00 Cr)
Face Value₹10 Per Equity Share
IPO Price₹175 to ₹185 Per Equity Share
Market Lot30 Shares
Min Order Quantity30 Shares
Listing AtBSE, NSE

Tara Health IPO Lot Size and Price (Retail)

ApplicationLotsSharesAmount (Cut-off)
Minimum130₹5,550
Maximum361080₹199,800

Tara Health Foods Ltd IPO Grading / Rating

Fitch has assigned an IPO Grade 2 to Tara Health Foods Ltd IPO. This means as per Fitch company has 'Below Average Fundamentals'. Fitch assigns IPO grading on a scale of 5 to 1, with Grade 5 indicating strong fundamentals and Grade 1 indicating poor fundamentals. Click here to download the Fitch IPO Grading Document for Tara Health Foods Ltd.

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IPO Notices

External Link

Attn Members: Book Running Lead Manager to the issue has informed the Exchange that the Book Building issue of TARA HEALTH FOODS LIMITED will close on May 05th,2010 instead of the earlier closing day on Apr 30th,2010.Further price band has been revised from Rs 180/- to Rs 190/- per share to Rs 175/- to Rs 185/- per share.

May 07, 2007
Tara Health Foods Ltd has withdrawn its IPO due to lukewarm response from investors. Lead manager said in press release that "The issuer company Tara Health Foods has decided to withdraw the IPO of its equity shares due to uncertainty in the global markets and weak response from the investors."

Tara Health IPO Subscription Status (Bidding Detail)

Tara Health IPO how much subscribed?

No. of Times Issue Subscribed (BSE + NSE)

As on Date & Time

QIB

NII

RII

Total

Shares Offered

3,500,000

1,500,000

3,500,000

8,500,000

May 5, 2010 17:00

0.50x

2.01x

0.09x

0.60x

Tara Health IPO Prospectus

Tara Health IPO Rating

117
3.4
Rating:Rated 3.4 stars

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Company Contact Information

Tara Health Foods Limited
3rd Floor, Mall Plaza,
Fountain Chowk, The Mall,
Ludhiana – 141001, Punjab, India

Phone: +91 01675 274300
Email: info@tarahealthfoods.com
Website: http://www.tarahealthfoods.com/

Tara Health IPO Registrar

Bigshare Services Pvt Ltd
   1st Floor, Bharat Tin Works Building,
   Opp. Vasant Oasis,Makwana Road,
   Marol, Andheri(E), Mumbai - 400 059

Phone: +91-22-6263 8200
Email: ipo@bigshareonline.com
Website: http://www.bigshareonline.com

Tara Health IPO FAQs

  1. 1. What is Tara Health IPO?

    Tara Health IPO is a main-board IPO of 10,000,000 equity shares of the face value of ₹10 aggregating up to ₹0.00 Crores.

    The issue price of the IPO is ₹175 to ₹185 Per Equity Share. The minimum order quantity is 30 Shares per application and the offer type is Book Built Issue.

    The IPO opens on Apr 28, 2010 and closes on Apr 30, 2010.

    Bigshare Services Pvt Ltd is the registrar for the IPO. The shares are proposed to be listed on BSE, NSE.

  2. 2. When Tara Health IPO will open?

    The Tara Health IPO opens on Apr 28, 2010 and closes on Apr 30, 2010.

  3. 3. How to apply for Tara Health IPO?

    Tara Health IPO application can be done through banks using ASBA online or through stock brokers trading account using UPI. All popular banks i.e. HDFC, ICICI, and SBI offer online IPO applications. An investor can also apply directly through their broker (i.e. Zerodha, Sharekhan) using UPI as a payment method.

  4. 4. When Tara Health IPO allotment?

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

  5. 5. When is Tara Health IPO listing date?

    The Tara Health IPO listing date is not yet announced. The tentative date of Tara Health IPO listing is [.].
  6. 6. What is the lot size of Tara Health IPO?

    Tara Health IPO lot size is 30 Shares and the minimum order quantity is 30 Shares.

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Tara Health IPO Review / Comments

ram
184. ram  Jul 15, 2010 20:21
hello
gem ipo finder.
i like ur suggestions
manoj jain
183. manoj jain  May 23, 2010 22:55
I'm going to avoid Stanchart IDR.
akka
182. akka  May 23, 2010 18:45
...BREAKING NEWS...STANDCHART PRICE BAND ..100=115....
ds
181. ds  May 22, 2010 17:58
stanchart idr ka tarapur se bhi kharab haal hoga..idr withdraw karna padega,yadi price band soch samaj ke nahi laya to.bhagwan sab ka bhala kare. jai siya ram
Maan shing
180. Maan shing  May 22, 2010 17:04
Standard chartard same as tara food , tara ra ra.
ds
179. ds  May 21, 2010 09:57
looking at current mkt position i have revised my nifty level to 2999.yaad kana mujhe
Kamal Singh
178. Kamal Singh  May 20, 2010 19:39
Friends, i am holding jp infra and am scared about tomorrows listing as I have invested 4 lakhs in 4 demat accounts. And I am scared whether I will et my money back. please let me know the propect of the jaypee infra listing.P L E A S E...
HEMANT
177. HEMANT  May 20, 2010 18:10
AT LEAST I GOT MY MONEY BACK FOR THE GOVT IPO AT RS 25.85 TO RS 26 IN 1426 SHARES AVERAGE 25.95 PUBLIC SHOULD NOT BLAME THE GOVT THINK OF JAYPEE INFRA AT 5 % DISCOUNT
ds
176. ds  May 20, 2010 10:09
my dearbrother justb use common sense ,in spite of the fact , there r so many seller then also price is holding means this is almost bottom price for this ..SJVN...HOLD FOR SOME TIME YOU WILL GET GOOD PRICE...
Vipin Jain
175. Vipin Jain  May 19, 2010 23:21
can someone tell me what to do to get the refund for this ipo
Vipin Jain
174. Vipin Jain  May 18, 2010 23:15
have anybody got refund? it has been more than 15 days. No news about the refund for this failure
sreedhar
173. sreedhar  May 18, 2010 19:46
Ravi,
Then for what purpose SEBI is for?There are several investors who are new to the market & they get caught in this whirlpool as they can not distinguish between Fundamental driven stocks & Operator driven & also momentum driven stocks.I had several friends who had dabbled in RNRL,Ispat,JP Hydro,Rel capital,Adlabs etc in the previous bull market as these stocks were making new highs daily & they thought this is easy way to make a quick buck.All of them were first timers to the markets & infact they made more money than me by trading in these stocks but did not book their profits.I had even warned them against entering these stocks.Now all of them are out of market .This is the reason why Indians do not invest in stock market.Only a miniscule percentage of them invest in stock market?Why becos there is no confidence in the market & that is soley due to such stocks & inaction of regulatory authorities.
sreedhar
172. sreedhar  May 18, 2010 12:42
Again the same old story.European market open 1.5 percent up bcos yesterday they were down at the time of closing .Actually they are still down compared to the rate at which they closed yesterday.Anyhow I bought & sold Reliance today & gained 2 percent intraday as I thought the nonsense will be repeated today.
Vipin Jain
171. Vipin Jain  May 17, 2010 23:54
when should i get the refund for this issue???
sreedhar
170. sreedhar  May 17, 2010 22:19
gem,
Global markets are not steadying at all & a deeper cut is looking likely.I am wondering whether Stanchart will come out with its IDR on May 25.If it does come out we will get it at a further 10 percent down.
sreedhar
169. sreedhar  May 17, 2010 22:16
Dear gem,
I just meant to say SJVNL may or may not trade above NHPC & its own price will be discovered in due course.Those who have invested in SJVNL do not worry as the PSU IPOs which come with reasonable valuations will trade above IPO price unless a major market fall occurs.
sreedhar
168. sreedhar  May 17, 2010 21:51
GEM,
There is no guarantee that SJVNL will trade below NHPC price.Everybody said the same thing about how OIL Should trade at least 50 Rs below ONGC Which is a bigger & better play.What happened after the listing?OIL is now trading 15 percent above ONGC price.Compared to ONGC-OIL ,SJVNL-NHPC valuations are more skewed towards SJVNL.So SJVNL may list & trade below NHPC but there is no sacrosanct rule that forbids it to be below NHPC.If market conditions permit there is a high probability it will be above NHPC.
sreedhar
167. sreedhar  May 17, 2010 21:42
It is extremely frustrating the way European markets are perfoming.On a down day when Asian markets are down by more than 2 percent & the European markets were already down by 3 percent previous day ,At the time of our market closing they will be in green & hence our markets recover from 2 percent down to close with a loss of only 0.5 to 0.7 percent.But in the evening they fall.This way our market is being saved from the slaughter.Today also the same thing has happened .The European markets were 1.5 percent up at the time of Indian market closing & now they they are down by 1 percent.If the same had happened at the time of our market close we would have broken the 200 DMA.India is outperforming other markets which is not good becos Indian markets always catch up later & that would be a serious problem.The faster the market crashes the better.
mr.india
166. mr.india  May 17, 2010 19:58
pyare invester brother. don`t wary be happy. NTPC ka EPS.10.72- 2009-2010. ( V/S- EPS-9.81-2008-2009.) capital. 8245 cr. hai.

SJVN LTD. ka 9 month net profit Rs.775 cr. hai. uske hisab se EPS 12 month ka net profit Rs.1100 cr.aayega.SJVN LTD KA CAPITAL 4200 CR. hai. to 2.80 EPS.(by average) to kue apana shares Rs. 30 me beche ? aap sab log Rs.50 me hi bechana BSE per rakho. lene wala use chahie to le jayega.
sreedhar
165. sreedhar  May 17, 2010 19:03
Source-Economic times--------

Shriram Transport Finance is coming with yet another issue of non-convertible debentures (NCD). The issue opens on May 17, 2010, and closes on May 31, 2010. The investor can invest with a minimum sum of Rs 10,000. The company intends to raise Rs 250 crore through this issue with an option to retain over subscription of another Rs 250 crore. The company had tapped the NCD route to raise funds last year too.

The investment in company’s debt gets strength from the fact that it is one of the most successful non- banking financial companies (NBFC) in the country. It is primarily into financing of second-hand commercial vehicle. It is the only company in the organised market providing finance for such kind of customers, which other financial institutions are not comfortable dealing with due to an extremely difficult credit appraisal process.

The company can access the creditworthiness of its borrowers, as it is into this market for the past three decades. And its success is borne by the fact that net non-performing assets form less than 1% of its net advances as at the end of December 2009 quarter. This is one of the best asset qualities in NBFC space in India. And it gives comfort to the investors too.

The salient part of the issue is that this time the company intends to raise 80% of corpus from the retail investors. The scheme is structured in five options. In three of the options the investment is secured and in the remaining two, it is unsecured. While the secured options are rated as CARE AA+, the unsecured have been rated as CARE AA. A point to be noted is that even the unsecured option is rated adequately high by the credit rating agency. So the retail investors can be rest assured that the risk is minimal.

Within secured options, there are three alternatives, wherein an investor can invest for either 5 or 7 years depending upon the duration of investment he is comfortable with. The yield that a retail investor can earn ranges from 9.5% to 10.51% per annum. At a time, when most of the bank’s fixed deposits are not giving a better interest than 7.5% per annum, the company’s NCD issue seems to offer an attractive yield for the retail investors.

The yield is higher for unsecured options. The investor can invest either for six-and-a-half or for seven years. The yield a retail investor can make ranges from 10.75% to 11.25% per annum. The premium over fixed deposit rates is obviously more in case of unsecured options. What makes this issue attractive for retail investors is that the term of investment is quite high i.e. 5-7 years. We are in a phase, where interest rates are on an upward trajectory. At a time, when the general interest levels are already a bit high, this offer provides a premium over and above already high interest rates. So it makes a lot of sense for retail investor to park some funds at high rates for a long period of time.

Moreover, NCDs are going to be listed at National Stock Exchange (NSE). So an investor can redeem his investments should an urgent need for cash arises. Therefore a crucial aspect of investment i.e. liquidity is taken care of. In nutshell, an investment in Shriram Transport Finance’s NCD comes with twin advantages of high return and high liquidity. It makes sense for retail investors to park some hard-earned money here.







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