Gayatri Rubbers and Chemicals IPO GMP

Gayatri Rubbers and Chemicals IPO GMP
Gayatri Rubbers and Chemicals IPO GMP

by 5paisa Research Team Last Updated: Feb 08, 2023 - 10:56 am 1.2k Views

Gayatri Rubbers and Chemicals IPO worth Rs. 4.58 crore, comprises entirely of a fresh issue of the IPO amount. The total SME IPO of Gayatri Rubbers and Chemicals Ltd entails the issue of 15.28 lakh shares at a price of Rs. 30 per share aggregating to Rs. 4.58 crore. The stock has a face value of Rs. 10 and bidders can only bid in minimum lot size of 4,000 share each, entailing a minimum investment of Rs. 120,000 in the IPO. That is also the maximum that a retail investor can apply for in the IPO. In the case of HNI / NII investors, they can bid for a minimum 2 lots of 8,000 shares entailing a minimum investment of Rs. 240,000. As per the terms of the offer, 50% of the net offer is reserved for the retail investors and the balance 50% for HNI / NII investors. It is a fixed price issue and Khambatta Securities Ltd will act as the market maker for the SME IPO of Gayatri Rubbers and Chemicals Ltd.

The issue opened for subscription on 25th January 2023 and closes for subscription on 30th January 2023 (both days inclusive). The basis of allotment will be finalized on 02nd February 2023 and the refunds will be initiated on 03rd February 2023. In addition, the demat credits are expected to happen on 06th February 2023 and the stock is scheduled to list on 07th February 2023 on the NSE SME segment. This is the segment, in contrast to the mainboard, where IPOs of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are incubated. The grey market price (GMP) trading normally starts about 3-4 days prior to IPO opening and continues till the listing date. In the case of Gayatri Rubbers and Chemicals Ltd, we already have GMP data for the last 3 days, which should give a reasonable picture of the likely listing.

There are 2 factors that impact the GMP. Firstly, the market conditions have a deep impact on the GMP, especially the liquidity conditions in the market. Secondly, the extent of subscription for the IPO has a deep impact on the GMP as it is indicative of investor interest in the stock. GMP can also technically be in negative, which means the stock would list at a discount to the issue price.

There is one small point to remember here. The GMP is not an official price point, just a popular informal price point. However, in most cases, it has been observed to be a good informal gauge of demand and supply for the IPO. Hence it does give a broad idea of how the listing is likely to be and how the post-listing performance of the stock would be.

GMP tends to be a good mirror of the real stock story. More than the actual price, it is the GMP trend over time that gives insights about which direction the wind is blowing. Here is a quick summary for Gayatri Rubbers and Chemicals IPO GMP: 




Rs. 3


Rs. 4


Rs. 3.5


Rs. 3.5


Rs. 3.5


Rs. 3


Rs. 2


Rs. 2


Rs. 2


Rs. 3


Rs. 3


Rs. 3


Rs. 4


Rs. 4

Of course, we have to wait for the actual subscription numbers to flow in when the issue opens for subscription and also watch the progress, as that would have a very significant impact on the GMP. In the past, stocks which got oversubscribed in the IPO also saw a very robust positive shift in the grey market pricing. For a start, Gayatri Rubbers and Chemicals Ltd has shown good traction in the grey market.

If you consider the price of the IPO of Gayatri Rubbers and Chemicals Ltd at Rs. 30, then the likely listing price is being signalled at around Rs.34 per share as per the GMP indicator on 27th January 2023. This is dynamic and keeps changing. One data point to track will be the subscription update on the stock as that would chart the GMP course from here.

The GMP of Rs. 4 on a fixed IPO price of Rs.30 indicates a listing premium of a healthy 13.33% for Gayatri Rubbers and Chemicals Ltd over the listing price. That pre-supposes a listing price of approximately Rs. 34 per share, when Gayatri Rubbers and Chemicals Ltd lists on 07th January 2023. Of course, these are approximations, so you must keep a margin of safety. However, that would depend on the GMP sustaining over the next few days after the issue opens. The best thing one can do with the GMP is to observe the trend closely as that gives the best hints on listing status. Focus on the time series trend than on numbers.

Gayatri Rubbers and Chemicals Limited is a one year old company incorporated in the year 2022. It is engaged in the manufacture and trading of rubber profiles, aluminium rubber profiles, automobile rubber profiles, rubber compounds and clear PVC profiles. It has clients across the sectoral spectrum and its rubber products are supplied to Banco, NALCO and Jindal in the aluminium sector. Its automobile rubber profiles are supplied to Motherson Sumi, India’s largest auto ancillary company. It also makes auto glass rubber and sponge rubber for heavy industries at its Ballabgarh manufacturing unit.

Gayatri Rubber and Chemicals Ltd will use the funds for working capital needs of the company. Post the IPO, the promoter share in equity will dilute from 100.00% to 73.37%. The issue is being lead managed by Khambatta Securities Ltd. Skyline Financial Services Private Limited will be the registrars to the issue.

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