Recently Listed SME IPOs

Check the List of recently listed IPOs, along with listing gain percentage.

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Recently Listed SME IPOs

  • Listing Date 7 Sep 2023
  • Issue Price ₹ 450
  • IPO Size ₹ 11.1 Cr
  • Listing Date 7 Sep 2023
  • Issue Price ₹ 29
  • IPO Size ₹ 14.84 Cr
  • Listing Date 6 Sep 2023
  • Issue Price ₹ 31
  • IPO Size ₹ 13.96 Cr
  • Listing Date 31 Aug 2023
  • Issue Price ₹ 250
  • IPO Size ₹ 5.31 Cr
  • Listing Date 30 Aug 2023
  • Issue Price ₹ 55.95
  • IPO Size ₹ 26.73 Cr

What is SME IPO? 

SME IPO is a fundraising process through which a small and medium private enterprise can go public like other bigger corporations and also provides a platform from these companies to be listed on indices.
The SME gets listed at BSE SME or NSE Emerge Platforms.

For an SME IPO, the rules are (i) post-issue paid-up capital should be less than Rs. 25 crores and (ii) minimum post-issue capital of Rs 1 crore.

The process of applying for an SME IPO includes ASBA or UPI-based IPO Applications or by submitting forms to brokers or banks. 

They are the providers of 40% of jobs in India and they contribute about 45% of production in India. Technically, the condition of SME companies in India is very poor. That is why the biggest challenge before him is the financial crisis.


How to apply for IPO?

  • Login to your 5paisa account and select the issue in the current IPO section

  • Enter the number of lots and price at which you wish to apply for

  • Enter your UPI ID and click on submit. With this, your bid will be placed with the exchange

  • You will receive a mandate notification to block funds in your UPI app

  • Approve the mandate request on your UPI and funds will be blocked

Frequently Asked Questions

The term recently listed SME IPO is used for SME IPOs which have been listed in stock exchanges like BSE SME and/or NSE SME.
An SME IPO can list at a premium (higher than the issue price) or at a discount (lower than the issue price).

SME IPO listing refers to the process of making a company's shares available for trading in the stock market. When an SME IPO lists, traders and investors can buy or sell shares. The listing of an SME IPO also provides SME IPO investors with the opportunity to exit with a profit or book their losses.

Listing gain is the reason why investors invest in IPOs. Simply put, listing gain refers to the opening price of a recently listed IPO minus the cut-off price at the time of the IPO. For example, if the cut-off price was INR 100 and the stock listed opened at INR 120, the listing gain will be INR 20.

Yes, the SME IPO Shares can be sold on the day of listing if you’re a retail investor. Usually, other investors are subjected to a lock-in period.