Upcoming IPO’s in Nepal is a live one-stop place offered by Share Ninja where you can see the list of ongoing IPO’s and keep track of upcoming & pipelined IPO’s.
Below are the upcoming IPO’s for the year 2023 (2079).
Super Madi Hydropower (IPO, Ordinary Shares, General Public)
Trishuli Jalavidhyut Co (Reserved Call)
Sunrise Focused Equity Fund (IPO, Mutual Funds, General Public))
Sagarmatha Jalabidhyut Company (Ordinary Shares, Reserved Foreign Employment)
Sanima Middle Tamor Hydropower (Ordinary Shares, Reserved Foreign Employment)
|S.N||Company Name||Units||Type||Open Date||Close Date|
|1||Super Madi Hydropower||3,150,000 Units||Public||Open||12th Magh|
|2||Kalinchowk Darshan Limited||1,200,000 Units||Public||Closed||Closed|
|3||Molung Hydropower||Foreign Employment||Closed||Closed|
|4||Trishuli Jalavidyut Co||Reserved Call Public||Open|
|5||Supermai Hydropower||Foreign Employment||Closed||Closed|
|6||Maya Khola Hydropower||Foreign Employment||Closed||Closed|
|7||Aisan Hydropower Ltd||Foreign Employment||Closed||Closed|
|8||Kalinchowk Darshan Limited||1,200,000 Units||Locals/Nepali Employed Abroad||Closed||Closed|
|9||Barahi Hydropower||700,000 Units||Public||Closed||Closed|
|10||Super Madi Hydropower||1,000,000 Units||Locals/Nepali Employed Abroad||Closed||Closed|
|11||Peoples Hydropower Company||51,57,880||Public||Closed||Closed|
|13||Eastern Hydropower||6,70,310 Units||Public||Closed||Closed|
|14||Sikles Hydropower||1,150,000 Units||Public||Closed||Closed|
|15||Srijanshil Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha||393,750 Units||Public||Closed||Closed|
|16||Dhaulagiri Laghubitta||331,000 Units||Public||Closed||Closed|
|17||Abhiyan Laghubitta||975,000 Units||Public||Closed||Closed|
|18||Mandakini Hydropower||1,764,110 units||Public||Closed||Closed|
Approved IPO’s in Nepal 2023 (2079 BS)
|S.N||Company Name||Units||Issue Manager||Status|
|1||Makar Jitumaya Suri Hydropower||2,280,000 Units||Prabhu Capital Ltd.||Approved|
|2||Sanima Middle Tamor Hydropower Ltd.||8,331,250 Units||Sanima Capital Ltd.||Approved|
|3||Shuvam Power Limited||580,580 Units||Muktinath Capital Ltd.||Approved|
|4||Maya Khola Hydropower||3,400,000 Units||Prabhu Capital Ltd.||Approved|
|5||Super Madi Hydropower||3,150,000 Units||Sanima Capital Ltd.||Approved|
|6||Khaptad Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd||132,000 Units||Prabhu Capital Ltd||Approved|
|7||Asian Hydropower Limited||1,180,000 Units||NMB Capital Ltd.||Approved|
|8||Barahi Hydropower||700,000 Units||NIBL Ace Capital||Approved|
|9||Super Madi Hydropower||3,150,000 Units||Sanima Capital Ltd.||Approved|
Upcoming IPO’s in Nepal 2023 (2079) (SEBON’s Pipeline)
|1||Kisan Laghubitta Bittiya|
|1,298,259 Units||Muktinath Capital||Pending|
|2||Mirmire Laghubitta Bittiya|
|51,316 Units||Nepal SBI Merchant||Pending|
|3||Unique Nepal Laghubitta|
Bittiya Sanstha Ltd.
|379,425 Units||Muktinath Capital||Pending|
Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha
|178,451 Units||Siddhartha Capital||Pending|
|5||Samata Gharelu Laghubitta|
Bittiya Sanstha Ltd
|289,440 Units||RBB Merchant Banking||Pending|
|6||Naya Sarathi Laghubitta|
Bittiya Sanstha Ltd.
|329,649 Units||NMB Capital Ltd.||Pending|
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What is Initial Public Offering (IPO)?
An initial public offering (IPO) is a sort of public stock offering in which shares of a firm (company) are first made available to the general public. An IPO is used by companies to raise money, and it can be used as an alternative to bank loans or another debt financing. IPOs can also be used when companies want to enter into new markets, or when they want to retire outstanding shares and reduce their exposure in existing markets.
A company that sells its stock to the public is not required to repay the capital invested by the public. The company that sells its stock, known as a ‘issuer,’ does so with the assistance of A grade investment banks. Following the IPO, the company’s shares are traded on the secondary open market.
Detailed Explanation on IPO
An initial public offering (IPO) is the process by which a privately held company becomes a publicly traded company by selling its stock to the public. An IPO allows a company to raise capital by selling ownership stakes to a wide range of investors. It is a way for a company to raise funds from the public in order to finance its operations or expand its business.
The process of going public typically involves the company hiring an investment bank to handle the IPO. The investment bank will work with the company to determine the appropriate price for the stock and the number of shares to be sold. The company will then file a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which includes financial and other information about the company.
Once the registration statement is approved by the Security Board of Nepla (SEBON), the company can begin the process of selling its stock to the public. This typically involves a “road show,” in which company executives and the investment bank pitch the company’s stock to potential investors. The IPO is then completed when the company’s stock begins trading on a stock exchange.
IPOs can be a way for a company to raise capital and increase its visibility, but they also come with risks. For example, the price of the stock may fluctuate significantly after it begins trading, and the company may be subject to additional regulatory requirements as a publicly traded company.
How to apply IPO in Nepal?
You can apply IPO using Mero Share. Mero Share is available on both mobile and web versions.
How can I buy shares in Nepal?
You can buy shares only after you create a broker account. After creating a broker account you will be provided with login credentials for Trade Management System (TMS) from where you can buy shares.
How can I sell shares in Nepal?
For you to sell shares in Nepal, you should have a broker account, which you can create by visiting a nearest broker office. You may need to take your Mero Share details, a PP sized photo and your citizenship card while visiting the office. After having a broker account you will have access to TMS from where you can sell shares.
How to create a broker account in Nepal?
After creating your Demat account, you can create your broker account by going to the broker’s office. You should take two copies of your photo, citizenship and your Demat details while visiting the broker office.
How much does it cost to create broker account in Nepal?
Creating a broker account in Nepal is totally free as of now.
How to check IPO results in Nepal?
One can check IPO result in Nepal from CDSC’s IPO Result Checker.
What is a TMS?
The full form of TMS is Trade Management System. It is an online webise or app system where shares are traded.
What is Security Board of Nepal (SEBON)?
The Security Board of Nepal (SEBON) is a government agency in Nepal responsible for regulating the securities market in the country. It was established in 1992 under the Securities Act 1992 as a statutory body to regulate and develop the securities market in Nepal.
SEBON is responsible for issuing licenses to securities dealers, brokers, and investment advisers, and for enforcing compliance with the securities laws of Nepal. It also oversees the operations of the Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) and other securities market infrastructure.
In addition to its regulatory role, SEBON also promotes the development of the securities market in Nepal through initiatives such as investor education and the introduction of new financial products. It works closely with other government agencies, as well as with market participants and other stakeholders, to ensure the smooth functioning and development of the securities market in Nepal.