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Missed out on IPOs this year? Here are 16 big firms likely to be listed in 2020

Missed out on IPOs this year? Here are 16 big firms likely to be listed in 2020

Missed out on IPOs this year? Here are 16 big firms likely to be listed in 2020
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By Mousumi Paul  Dec 20, 2019 4:55:45 PM IST (Published)

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Initial public offerings (IPO) saw the worst year in 2019 with nearly 18 listings as compared to 41 in 2018. However, companies like IRCTC saw the best listing returns of 175 percent. Moving on to the next year, there's a wave of IPOs coming in. The most awaited ones are SBI Card, UTI AMC and Reliance Jio. However, there are 16 more that could be launched in 2020 including five AMC businesses. Here's the list of 16 big IPOs that could be listed in 2020:

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State Bank of India (SBI) in the next year will come up with two IPOs in the market i.e. SBI Card and UTI Asset Management Company. SBI Card (SBI's credit card arm) has already filed its papers with Sebi for Rs 9,500 crore IPO. Meanwhile, UTI AMC has also filed its papers with Sebi but hasn't come up with the IPO size. Media reports pegged it to be around Rs 3,800-4,800 crore. SBI, LIC, PNB and BoB hold 18.5 percent in the asset manager.  (Image: Reuters)

HDFC Bank's m-cap dropped by Rs 15,359 crore to Rs 6,82,367.73 crore and that of Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) by Rs 5,521.67 crore to Rs 3,91,269.72 crore.
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HDFC Bank's upcoming new IPO next year is HDB Financial. According to media reports, the subsidiary of HDFC Bank is raising $300 million in an overseas loan. A Bloomberg report a few months back said that the bank is planning to sell shares in HDB Financial Services that may raise about Rs 10,000 crore. CRISIL's long-term rating on the company is triple-A with a stable outlook. (Image: Reuters)

Also, State Bank of India (SBI) added Rs 6,381.1 crore to its m-cap to reach Rs 2,93,753.59 crore. The valuation of HDFC advanced Rs 2,098.74 crore to Rs 3,86,298.69 crore.
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Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) is coming up with not one but two IPOs next year. HDFC Ergo provides general insurance policies, while HDFC Credilia offers education loans. These two subsidiaries of the parent company will be a good competition for the life insurance players. (Image: Reuters)

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Equitas Small Finance Bank like HDB Financial, SBI Card and UTI AMC have already filed its papers. The bank will be the third small finance bank to file for an IPO. The Chennai-based small finance bank is looking to raise Rs 550 crore. The total IPO size is expected to be nearly Rs 1,000 crore. (Image: Shutterstock)

Kotak Mahindra Bank's valuation rose by Rs 3,371.91 crore to Rs 3,23,236.17 crore.
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Kotak Mahindra Bank is planning to introduce its AMC business to the stock market. There are reports that it's expected to hit the market next year. Starting its operations in 1998, the company today has its presence in 82 cities and has 86 branches. Kotak AMC's asset under management is Rs 1.7 lakh crore and of which Rs 50,000 crore is in equity. (Image: Reuters)

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According to media reports, Punjab National Bank is most likely to launch an IPO of PNB MetLife India after the bank completes the proposed merger with United Bank of India and Oriental Bank of Commerce. While commenting on the IPO to The Financial Express, PNB MetLife MD and CEO Ashish Kumar Srivastava said, "The decision will be taken by the shareholders with all the changes due to the proposed merger. The shareholders will come together very shortly and decide on the next steps.” (Image: Reuters)

The market cap of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), the country's most valued firm, jumped Rs 17,439.74 crore to Rs 10,03,147.26 crore.
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Reliance Industries is planning to launch its two strongest weapons in the market next year i.e. Reliance Jio and Reliance Retail. RIL is said to have made clear in the discussions that an IPO will take place only after the company sees its recently demerged fibre and tower businesses — Jio Digital Fibre Pvt Ltd and Reliance Jio Infratel Pvt Ltd respectively – get monetised via investors in the two InvITs. (Image: Reuters)

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Axis Bank will most likely to launch its AMC arm next year. There are still no reports on the listing but Axis AMC will be the third asset manager if it enters the secondary market early next year. As of September 2019, the company manages Rs 1,05,526.17 crore worth of assets.  Currently, the AMC has been tied up with HDFC Life Insurance Company to offer insurance covers. (Image: Reuters)

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L&T is the third company to launch its AMC business in the market. There are no details on the listing yet. As of September 2019, the company manages Rs 69,213.42 crore worth of assets. (Stock Image)

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Aditya Birla AMC stands as the sixth company in-line to enter the secondary market. Established in 1994, the company's total domestic assets under management (AUM) is close to Rs. 2,540 billion for the quarter ended June 30th, 2019. It has over 7 million investor folios as of June 30th, 2019. (Image: Shutterstock)

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Currently, there are three listed life insurance companies in the market, and it seems Exide Life Insurance Company could be the next one in line. The company began its operations in 2002 and today, manages assets worth Rs 14,300 crore. There are no reports on the listing of this company yet. (Image: Shutterstock)

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Along with Matrimony.com, Info Edge also is the owner of Jeevansathi.com. The pure-play internet company might launch Jeevansathi in the market next year. In the second-quarter earnings, Info Edge's EBITDA declined due to higher losses in Jeevansathi, said Jefferies. This could be one of the reasons to raise funds for the company. (Image: Shutterstock)

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Since 2016, Tata Group has been in consideration to list Tata Technologies on the local bourses. The same happened in 2008 when the company planned an IPO in 2008 to fund expansion and repay some of its debts, but dropped it due to the global market meltdown, said The Economic Times. There is still uncertainty on the listing of this company. (Image: Reuters)

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