NSE (National Stock Exchange) is awaiting a response from SEBI for its IPO. The institution has not received any response from the SEBI yet. We will share details about the NSE’s current going IPO below. The company’s CEO Ashish Chauhan is trying hard to make NSE’s IPO release successful. The company also tried for IPO back in 2016. However, it was not able to get successful because of some reasons. Let us look at the details about the NSE IPO release below.

NSE filing DRHP to raise Funds through IPO

NSE will soon release its IPO. People are curious to know more about the institution’s current situation of IPO. Its CEO Ashish Chauhan says that he will be filing the DRHP papers soon. The company is all ready for its IPO release. However, there has been no response from SEBI yet. Ashish Chauhan has been the CEO of BSE earlier. During BSE’s IPO, Ashish was the CEO. Now, during the NSE’s IPO, he is again the CEO of NSE. He is ready to file DRHP (Draft Red Hiering Papers). However, it is not possible until NSE gets permission from SEBI.

As per sources, NSE will raise around Rs. 10,000 Crore in the IPO. They already have some investors and dilution. The main one is Tiger Global Management. SAIF Partners. Aranda Investments, Norwest Venture Partners, Goldman Sachs, State Bank of India (SBI), and many more.

NSE had good profits over the past few years. Thus, those looking for an IPO can consider it once. As per sources, NSE profit for the Q3 2024-25, which is from October 2023 to December 2023 is Rs. 1,975 Crores. Its YoY profit is 8%. If we talk about the revenue, it went to Rs. 3,517 Crores. The EBITDA margin was 52%. However, the previous year’s same quarter had an EBITDA margin of 73%. The institution works hard and plays an important role in the economy.

It provides a marketplace to companies that want to get listed publicly. However, the reason behind SEBI’s no response is yet a question among many people. As per Ashish Chauhan, NSE follows all the guidelines to be able to match the requirements of the IPO. NSE started in 1992. While SEBI recognised it in 1993. Thus, the BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) and NSE (National Stock Exchange) are the two major exchanges of India. If we talk about its IPO date there is no clear month or date for the IPO yet. We will provide more updates about NSE’s IPO shortly. Stay tuned for more information on our website.


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