Online food delivery behemoth, Zomato closed its public issue and has received a strong response from investors, especially QIB and retail categories.
Subsequently, this company is all set to finalise its IPO allotment status dates and more by this week.
Investors can check Zomato IPO allotment status on Angel One’s website or BSE’s official website. Alternatively, they can check the status on Link Intime India Private Limited’s web portal.
Read along to find out crucial details on the Zomato IPO listing date.
How to check Zomato share allotment status?
Via Angel One website
Find out Zomato IPO allotment status on the Angel One portal through these steps –
Step 1: Log in to investment account and navigate to menu tab.
Step 2: Click on ‘Investment Opportunities’.
Step 3: Open IPO section.
Step 4: Click on ‘Order Book’.
Once these steps are covered, you can check the allotment status of Zomato shares.
Via BSE website
Follow these steps to check the Zomato share allotment status on the BSE website –
Step 1: Visit BSE’s official website.
Step 2: Navigate to the dropdown menu and select ‘Equity’ from the issue type.
Step 3: Select ‘Zomato Limited’ as IPO name.
Step 4: Verify PAN and application number.
Step 5: Hit “Search”.
When will Zomato IPO be allotted?
Zomato IPO share allotment will probably be finalised on 22 July 2021 by Link Intime India Private.
Once the shares are allotted, the expected date of initiation of refunds will be on 26 July 2021. After the formalities of the refund process are concluded, the allotted shares will be credited to subscribers’ Demat account.
Zomato IPO listing date
Zomato IPO is likely to hit BSE and NSE on 27 July 2021. Ineligible investors are expected to receive their blocked money in the account on 23 July 2021.
The Zomato IPO is closed for subscriptions. Regardless, the initial public offering of the online food delivery company followed this timeline.
|IPO opened on||14 July 2021|
|IPO closed on||16 July 2021|
|Basis of Allotment publication date||22 July 2021|
|Credit of shares to Demat Account||26 July 2021|
|Initiation of Refund||23 July 2021|
|IPO listing||27 July 2021|
Basis of Allotment
Zomato IPO shares will be allocated to these shareholder categories based on the existing agreement.
- Qualified Institutional Buyer (QIB) – 54% approx.
- Retail Individual Investor (RII) – 18.01% approx.
- Non-institutional bidders (NII) – 27% approx.
- Employee – 0.90% approx.
Zomato IPO GMP
The company’s Grey market premium has improved, and currently, it is in the range of Rs. 16 to Rs. 17.
Initially, the GMP was in the range of Rs. 8 to Rs. 10, backed by significant demand among HNI and retail investors.
The robust Zomato IPO GMP indicates strong buying interest in the primary market. Typically, the grey market serves as an unofficial platform where the trade starts immediately after the IPO’s price band is announced. The same continues until the shares are listed.
However, it must be noted that an IPO’s GMP does not necessarily have any statistical backing. Instead, it is often a mere reflection of investors’ sentiments.
Zomato IPO review
The company’s shares were subscribed 38.25 times by the end of 16 July. The Zomato IPO share price band ranged from Rs. 72 to Rs. 76.
Here is a category-wise breakup of the Zomato share subscription.
|Category||Zomato IPO Shares offered||Zomato IPO Subscription Status|
Zomato offered 719,233,522 shares for subscription, and it was oversubscribed by the end of the IPO. As a result, this public offering has garnered ample attention from investors, reflecting in the Zomato IPO subscription status.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the Zomato IPO opening date?
The Zomato IPO was opened for subscription on 14 July 2021.
- What is the Zomato IPO Listing Date?
The Zomato IPO will be listed on 27 July 2021.
- What is Zomato IPO GMP today?
As of 19 July 2021, Zomato IPO GMP is 20.
- When is the Zomato IPO allotment expected?
The expected date of the basis of allotment is 22 July 2021.
- What is the lot size for Zomato IPO?
The market lot size of Zomato IPO was 195.