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Current Buyback List (Open Market) 2023

An open offer buyback is an offer by the company to buy back its own shares from the open market, either through the Stock exchange or the book-building process. The Open Market offer through the stock exchange mechanism is more popular and common compared to the book-building process.

In an open offer through the stock exchange mechanism, the company announces the maximum buyback size and the maximum buyback price. The investors in possession of the stock can approach their respective brokers to know the process to participate in the open market offer.

Refer below to the list of Open Market Offers Through Stock Exchange Mechanism.


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List of Buyback (Open Market) of Shares in India 2023

Company Name Record Date Issue Open Issue Close Buyback Type BuyBack price (Per Share) Current Market Price Issue Size - Shares (Cr) Issue Size - Amount (Cr) Compare
CL Educate LimitedAug 21, 2023Nov 28, 2023Open Market Through Stock Exchange9470.1615
Emami LimitedApr 13, 2023Jul 06, 2023Open Market Through Stock Exchange450534.75186
Natco Pharma LimitedMar 21, 2023May 12, 2023Open Market Through Stock Exchange700868210
KDDL LimitedJan 25, 2023Feb 09, 2023Open Market Through Stock Exchange12002047.721
VLS Finance LimitedJan 16, 2023May 29, 2023Open Market Through Stock Exchange200196.4570
Indian Energy Exchange LtdJan 11, 2023Mar 15, 2023Open Market Through Stock Exchange200133.0598


  1. An open market offer through stock exchange mechanism remains open for a maximum period of six months. However, if the company achieves its target of the Maximum buyback size before six months, the issue can be closed early.
  2. There is no concept of record date in the open market offer. As the open market buyback window is longer, you can buy the shares from the market and then participate in the buyback offer through your broker.
  3. The buyback does not happen at a fixed price. The transaction can either execute at the maximum buyback price announced by the company or at a price lower than it.