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January 27, 2023 - January 31, 2023

Adani Enterprises FPO Subscription Details

Adani Enterprises FPO Subscription Status Live

Adani Enterprises FPO subscribed 1.12 times. The public issue subscribed 0.12 times in the retail category, 1.26 times in QIB, and 3.32 times in the NII category by January 31, 2023 (Day 3).

Investor CategorySubscription (times)Shares OfferedShares Bid forTotal Amount (Rs Cr.)*
Qualified Institutions1.2612,821,3361,61,03,7765,275.60
Non-Institutional Buyers3.329,616,3233,19,30,84810,460.55
  bNII (bids above ₹10L)4.976,410,6683,18,51,41610,434.52
  sNII (bids below ₹10L)0.023,205,65579,43226.02
Retail Investors0.1222,908,46427,45,960899.58
Employees0.55160,66887,76828.75
Others[.]000
Total 1.1245,506,7915,08,68,35216,664.47

Disclaimer: *The total amount is calculated based on the final issue price or the price in the upper price range.


Adani Enterprises FPO (Day-wise) Subscription Details (times)

DateQIBNIIRetailEMPTotal
Day 1
January 27, 2023
0.000.010.020.040.01
Day 2
January 30, 2023
0.000.040.040.130.03
Day 3
January 31, 2023
1.263.320.120.551.12

Adani Enterprises FPO Shares Offered

Adani Enterprises FPO is a public issue of 45,506,791 equity shares. The issue offers 22,908,464 shares to retail investors, 12,821,336 shares to qualified institutional buyers, and 9,616,323 shares to non-institutional investors.

CategoryShares OfferedAmount (Rs Cr) Size (%)
QIB12,821,3364,200.2728.17%
NII9,616,3233,150.3121.13%
    bNII (bids above ₹10L)6,410,6682,100.1314.09%
    sNII (bids below ₹10L)3,205,6551,050.177.04%
Retail22,908,4647,504.8150.34%
Employee160,66852.630.35%
Total45,506,79114,908.02100%

IPO Investor Categories

  • Qualified Institutional Buyers (QIB)

    Financial Institutions, Banks, FIIs, and Mutual Funds registered with SEBI are called QIBs. In most cases, QIBs represent small investors who invest through mutual funds, ULIP schemes of insurance companies, and pension schemes.

  • Non-Institutional Investors(NII)

    Retail Individual Investors (HNI), NRIs, Companies, Trusts, etc who bid for shares worth more than Rs 2 lakhs are known as Non-institutional bidders (NII). Unlike QIB bidders, they do not need SEBI registration.

    NII category has two subcategories:

    1. sNII (bids below Rs 10L)

      The Small NII category is for NII investors who bid for shares between Rs 2 lakhs to Rs 10 lakhs. The 1/3 of NII category shares are reserved for the Small NII sub-category. This subcategory is also known as Small HNI (sHNI).

    2. bNII (bids above Rs 10L)

      The Big NII category is for NII investors who bid for shares worth more than Rs 10 Lakhs. The 2/3 of NII category shares are reserved for the Big NII subcategory. This subcategory is also known as Big HNI (bHNI).

  • Retail Individual Investors(RII)

    The retail individual investor or NRIs who apply up to Rs 2 lakhs in an IPO are considered as RII reserved category.

  • Employee (EMP)

    A category of eligible employees who have a reserved quota in the IPO.

  • Others

    A category of eligible shareholders or other investors who have a reserved quota in the IPO.

What is the difference between RII, NII, QIB and Anchor Investor?

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Adani Enterprises FPO Subscription FAQs

The Adani Enterprises FPO is subscribed 1.12 by January 31, 2023.

Adani Enterprises FPO Subscription

Investor CategorySubscription (times)
Qualified Institutional1.26
Non Institutional3.32
Retail Individual0.12
Employee Reservations0.55
Others[.]
Total Subscription1.12

Retail category of Adani Enterprises FPO subscribed 0.12 times as of date January 31, 2023. The public issue closes on January 31, 2023 for bidding.

An investor can apply in Adani Enterprises FPO online via bank (using ASBA) or the broker (using UPI). The Adani Enterprises FPO shares are offered online only.

The Adani Enterprises FPO is subscribed 1.12 by January 31, 2023.

The Adani Enterprises FPO allotment status is expected on or around February 3, 2023. Visit Adani Enterprises FPO allotment status to check.

The Adani Enterprises FPO listing date is not yet announced. The Adani Enterprises FPO is planned to list on February 8, 2023, at BSE, NSE.

Visit Adani Enterprises FPO subscription status page for real-time bidding information about Adani Enterprises FPO.

Adani Enterprises FPO Timetable

IPO Opens OnJanuary 27, 2023
IPO Closes OnJanuary 31, 2023
Finalisation of Basis of AllotmentFebruary 3, 2023
Initiation of RefundsFebruary 6, 2023
Credit of Shares to Demat AccountFebruary 7, 2023
IPO Listing DateFebruary 8, 2023

4 Comments

4. nitin   I Like It. 1|  Link|January 31, 2023 3:23:56 PM
wow, genuis Adani enterprises.. i support ADANI ...coz outside " FALTU research" giving a false news. we are the Indian , we should support Indian company.
4.2. babu     Link|January 31, 2023 6:47:55 PM
why is coming India... Modi's friends looted our public money via DII (LIC and banks). I hope Modi can't be India's PM forever.

More than 300 PE stocks for this Adhni group, you think this is good. Then only God can save you.
4.3. anand chauhan     Link|February 1, 2023 11:13:12 AM
@Babu, what is wrong? not only LIC and Banks all are earning from Adani. Just due to one jolt why to forget all past. After all it is infrastructure development in over all.
3. Wsunder     Link|January 27, 2023 11:23:34 PM
What is the future of this FPO

seems very bad days ahead
3.1. kim     Link|January 31, 2023 2:32:41 AM
whoever buy , will regret in future....its overpriced 10 times atleast. Its worth around Rs 250 only.
3.2. jayesh vasnatlal shah     Link|January 31, 2023 2:57:31 PM
Now Adani will be King after IPO fully subscribed. Market will move vey fast. Main moto of the Hidenberge was to derail the FPO
2. Simsa   I Like It. 1|  Link|January 31, 2023 12:30:35 PM
If you want to be the winner in the stock market then you should be
W- Wise Irrespective of noise around you should listen to yourself & take other's advice with pinch of salt. I suppose every one is not here to make others number 1, instead we are here to make us number 1.
I- Intelligent You should able to understand the price of the stock & value of stock. Value is a outcome of many things which has to be self learned & price is the just outcome of demand (natural or created) , liquidity & sentiments.
N - No Saying NO to grid, gambling & quick money. No to blind following. Any untoward incidence should not wipe your everything. Some can bear crores but some can sink with lakhs.
1. Piyush     Link|January 31, 2023 11:02:47 AM
This is being propped up only because of the FPO. Once the FPO closes, this will fall like other Adani stocks are falling