Biggest IPOs by Issue Size of 2009

Biggest IPOs in 2009 | Top 10 Largest IPOs of 2009

The IPO issue size represents the monetary value of the company going public. Simply put, it is the number of shares offered multiplied by the issue price. An IPO Issue Size denotes how big the IPO is.

With ease of regulations for the start-ups to go public, we are witnessing significant increase in the number of IPOs and their issue size year on year. Find below the top 10 biggest IPOs of 2009 based on their Issue size along with the details of their listing gains and subscription status.

Top 10 IPOs in 2009 (By Issue Size)

# Issue Name Issue Size (Rs Cr) Listing Date Offer Price (Rs) Listing Day - Close Price (Rs) Listing Day Gain / Loss (%) Total Subscription (Rs in Crores) Oversubscribed (x)
1Mahindra Holidays and Resorts India Ltd277.96Jul 16, 2009300317.15.72723.999.8
2Raj Oil Mills Limited114Aug 12, 2009120119.3-0.58141.361.24
3Adani Power Limited3016.52Aug 20, 2009100100.050.0565280.8221.64
4NHPC Limited6038.55Sep 01, 20093636.71.94143355.0923.74
5Jindal Cotex Limited84.38Sep 22, 20097587.2516.33185.632.2
6Globus Spirits Limited75Sep 23, 200910090.75-9.25112.51.5
7Oil India Limited2777.25Sep 30, 200910501140.558.6285594.7930.82
8Indiabulls Power Limited1529.1Oct 30, 20094539.25-12.7833395.5421.84
9Den Networks Limited364.46Nov 24, 2009195163.1-16.36379.031.04
10Cox and Kings (India) Limited610.39Dec 11, 2009330426.0529.113851.566.31
  • The offer price above is the highest price from the IPO price band.
  • The listing price reflected above is of the exchange where the listing price is higher.
  • (x) meaning 'number of times'


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