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Standard Chartered IDR Subscription Details (Live Status)

Standard Chartered IDR Details

IPO Open May 25, 2010
IPO Close May 28, 2010
IPO Price ₹104
Face Value
IPO Size ₹2,486.35 Cr
Listing At BSE, NSE
Lot Size 200
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Standard Chartered IDR Subscription Status Live

Standard Chartered IDR subscribed 2.20 times. The public issue subscribed 0.25 times in the retail category, 4.15 times in QIB, and 1.90 times in the NII category by May 28, 2010.

Investor CategorySubscription (times)
Qualified Institutions4.15
Non-Institutional Buyers1.90
Retail Investors0.25
Employees0.20
Others[.]
Total2.20

Standard Chartered IDR Subscription Details (times)

DateQIBNIIRetailEMPTotal
Day 1
May 25, 2010
0.120.000.010.000.05
Day 2
May 26, 2010
0.150.140.030.020.10
Day 3
May 27, 2010
0.150.150.050.050.11
Day 4
May 28, 2010
4.151.900.250.202.20

Standard Chartered IDR Shares Offered

Standard Chartered IDR is a public issue of 204,000,000 equity shares. The issue offers 72,000,000 shares to retail investors, 84,000,000 shares to qualified institutional buyers, and 43,200,000 shares to non-institutional investors.

CategoryShares OfferedAmount (Rs Cr) Size (%)
QIB84,000,000873.6041.18%
NII43,200,000449.2821.18%
Retail72,000,000748.8035.29%
Employee4,800,00049.922.35%
Total204,000,0002,121.60100%

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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Standard Chartered IDR Subscription FAQs

The Standard Chartered IDR is subscribed 2.20 by May 28, 2010.

Standard Chartered IDR Subscription

Investor CategorySubscription (times)
Qualified Institutional4.15
Non Institutional1.90
Retail Individual0.25
Employee Reservations0.20
Others[.]
Total Subscription2.20

Retail category of Standard Chartered IDR subscribed 0.25 times as of date May 28, 2010. The public issue closes on May 28, 2010 for bidding.

An investor can apply in Standard Chartered IDR online via bank (using ASBA) or the broker (using UPI). The Standard Chartered IDR shares are offered online only.

The Standard Chartered IDR is subscribed 2.20 by May 28, 2010.

The Standard Chartered IDR allotment status is expected on or around . Visit Standard Chartered IDR allotment status to check.

The Standard Chartered IDR listing date is Friday, June 11, 2010. The equity share of Standard Chartered PLC will list on BSE, NSE.

Visit Standard Chartered IDR subscription status page for real-time bidding information about Standard Chartered IDR.

Standard Chartered IDR Timetable

IPO Opens OnMay 25, 2010
IPO Closes OnMay 28, 2010
Finalisation of Basis of Allotment
Initiation of Refunds
Credit of Shares to Demat Account
IPO Listing Date