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Rights Issue

Companies sometimes offer rights issues to existing shareholders. This gives shareholders the chance to buy additional shares at a discount, potentially boosting their ownership. Consider subscribing if the company has strong future earnings potential and the discounted price is attractive. Investors who don't subscribe risk dilution (their ownership percentage decreases) due to more shares being issued. Existing shareholders on record at a set date are eligible. The number of additional shares you can buy is based on your current holdings. Read more
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Ex-Rights

Rights Ratio

1:1

Premium

24

Announcement

16 Jul 2024

Record Date

19 Jul 2024

Ex-Rights

19 Jul 2024

Rights Ratio

1:1

Premium

0

Announcement

11 Jul 2024

Record Date

16 Jul 2024

Ex-Rights

16 Jul 2024

Rights Ratio

5:3

Premium

8

Announcement

09 Jul 2024

Record Date

19 Jul 2024

Ex-Rights

19 Jul 2024

Rights Ratio

1:5

Premium

12.5

Announcement

10 Jul 2024

Record Date

16 Jul 2024

Ex-Rights

16 Jul 2024

Rights Ratio

13:20

Premium

21

Announcement

04 Jul 2024

Record Date

12 Jul 2024

Ex-Rights

12 Jul 2024

Rights Ratio

1:1

Premium

0

Announcement

11 Jul 2024

Record Date

16 Jul 2024

Ex-Rights

16 Jul 2024

Rights Ratio

8:5

Premium

1.8

Announcement

05 Jul 2024

Record Date

12 Jul 2024

Ex-Rights

12 Jul 2024

Rights Ratio

3:4

Premium

30

Announcement

10 Jul 2024

Record Date

12 Jul 2024

Ex-Rights

12 Jul 2024

Rights Ratio

7:30

Premium

55

Announcement

04 Jul 2024

Record Date

10 Jul 2024

Ex-Rights

10 Jul 2024

Rights Ratio

1:1

Premium

198

Announcement

05 Jul 2024

Record Date

09 Jul 2024

Ex-Rights

09 Jul 2024

Rights Ratio

1:4

Premium

1.33

Announcement

25 Jun 2024

Record Date

05 Jul 2024

Ex-Rights

05 Jul 2024

Rights Ratio

100:224

Premium

20

Announcement

03 Jul 2024

Record Date

04 Jul 2024

Ex-Rights

04 Jul 2024

Rights Ratio

6:19

Premium

66

Announcement

19 Jun 2024

Record Date

20 Jun 2024

Ex-Rights

20 Jun 2024

Rights Ratio

6:55

Premium

3

Announcement

20 Jun 2024

Record Date

25 Jun 2024

Ex-Rights

25 Jun 2024

Rights Ratio

12:29

Premium

0

Announcement

18 Jun 2024

Record Date

24 Jun 2024

Ex-Rights

24 Jun 2024

Rights Ratio

15:32

Premium

5.26

Announcement

13 Jun 2024

Record Date

19 Jun 2024

Ex-Rights

19 Jun 2024

Rights Ratio

4:5

Premium

4.4

Announcement

17 Jun 2024

Record Date

18 Jun 2024

Ex-Rights

18 Jun 2024

Rights Ratio

1:15

Premium

12.4

Announcement

03 Jun 2024

Record Date

07 Jun 2024

Ex-Rights

07 Jun 2024

Rights Ratio

6:47

Premium

1641

Announcement

12 Jun 2024

Record Date

19 Jun 2024

Ex-Rights

19 Jun 2024

Rights Ratio

11:10

Premium

7

Announcement

23 May 2024

Record Date

05 Jun 2024

Ex-Rights

05 Jun 2024

Rights Ratio

20:119

Premium

2.25

Announcement

28 May 2024

Record Date

01 Jun 2024

Ex-Rights

31 May 2024

Rights Ratio

4:10

Premium

15

Announcement

27 May 2024

Record Date

30 May 2024

Ex-Rights

30 May 2024

Rights Ratio

3:2

Premium

40

Announcement

16 May 2024

Record Date

24 May 2024

Ex-Rights

24 May 2024

Rights Ratio

1:7

Premium

18

Announcement

22 May 2024

Record Date

24 May 2024

Ex-Rights

24 May 2024

Rights Ratio

1:8

Premium

8

Announcement

03 Apr 2024

Record Date

17 May 2024

Ex-Rights

17 May 2024

Rights Ratio

198:100

Premium

0

Announcement

08 May 2024

Record Date

17 May 2024

Ex-Rights

17 May 2024

Rights Ratio

8:11

Premium

0.5

Announcement

09 May 2024

Record Date

15 May 2024

Ex-Rights

15 May 2024

Rights Ratio

1:3

Premium

365

Announcement

09 May 2024

Record Date

15 May 2024

Ex-Rights

15 May 2024

Rights Ratio

1:2

Premium

8

Announcement

07 May 2024

Record Date

07 May 2024

Ex-Rights

07 May 2024

Rights Ratio

7:9

Premium

0

Announcement

08 May 2024

Record Date

14 May 2024

Ex-Rights

14 May 2024

Rights Ratio

3:1

Premium

2.58

Announcement

07 May 2024

Record Date

13 May 2024

Ex-Rights

13 May 2024

Rights Ratio

50:19

Premium

0

Announcement

02 May 2024

Record Date

04 May 2024

Ex-Rights

03 May 2024

Rights Ratio

1:1

Premium

3

Announcement

26 Apr 2024

Record Date

07 May 2024

Ex-Rights

07 May 2024

Rights Ratio

1:1

Premium

0

Announcement

25 Apr 2024

Record Date

03 May 2024

Ex-Rights

03 May 2024

Rights Ratio

1:1

Premium

24

Announcement

22 Apr 2024

Record Date

29 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

29 Apr 2024

Rights Ratio

1:1

Premium

0

Announcement

18 Apr 2024

Record Date

26 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

26 Apr 2024

Rights Ratio

1:4

Premium

10

Announcement

24 Apr 2024

Record Date

26 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

26 Apr 2024

Rights Ratio

34:1

Premium

11

Announcement

16 Apr 2024

Record Date

23 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

23 Apr 2024

Rights Ratio

67:47

Premium

3

Announcement

16 Apr 2024

Record Date

19 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

19 Apr 2024

Rights Ratio

1:2

Premium

0

Announcement

15 Apr 2024

Record Date

19 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

19 Apr 2024

Rights Ratio

1:9

Premium

298

Announcement

18 Apr 2024

Record Date

23 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

23 Apr 2024

Rights Ratio

16:33

Premium

25

Announcement

16 Apr 2024

Record Date

18 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

18 Apr 2024

Rights Ratio

1:3

Premium

4.85

Announcement

10 Apr 2024

Record Date

18 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

18 Apr 2024

Rights Ratio

33:98

Premium

24.3

Announcement

08 Apr 2024

Record Date

15 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

15 Apr 2024

Rights Ratio

2:1

Premium

8

Announcement

28 Mar 2024

Record Date

05 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

05 Apr 2024

Rights Ratio

7:1

Premium

7.5

Announcement

27 Mar 2024

Record Date

04 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

04 Apr 2024

Rights Ratio

20:39

Premium

38

Announcement

27 Mar 2024

Record Date

03 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

03 Apr 2024

Rights Ratio

7:3

Premium

2

Announcement

20 Mar 2024

Record Date

03 Apr 2024

Ex-Rights

03 Apr 2024

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What Is a Rights Issue?

A rights issue is providing rights to the existing shareholders of a company. This right gives the shareholders an opportunity to buy extra shares from the company at a discounted price than buying them in the secondary market. The number of extra shares that can be bought depends on the existing shares of the shareholders.

Should You Subscribe to the Rights Issue?

There can be multiple reasons why a company announces a rights issue. They might want to raise funds to fund capital expenditure, meet working capital requirements or repay debts. Understanding the purpose of the issue and how they will utilise the funds will help you determine whether to subscribe to the rights issue or not.

As an investor, you should look for two factors to understand whether you can subscribe to the issue or not:

  1. For whatever purpose the company is raising money, it should have strong earning potential in the future.
  2. The offer price of the rights issue is less or equal to the intrinsic value of the share.

Now, as an investor, there are a few options that you can choose from if you are holding shares in a company that has come up with rights issues.

  • You can utilise your rights and subscribe to the offer.
  • You can deny the rights and not subscribe to the offer.
  • You can opt for ‘right entitlement’, where you sell your rights (to subscribe to the new shares) to someone else.

FAQs

What are the benefits of the rights issue?

For an investor, when you apply for the issue, you get new shares at a discounted price. For the company, they can raise money without incurring underwriting expenses and advertising costs.

What are the risks of rights issues for an investor?

If you don’t subscribe to the offer, your stake will be diluted because of the increased number of shares.

Who is eligible for the rights issue?

The existing shareholders can apply for the rights issue. The company offers rights issues to the existing shareholders on the company’s records as of the cut-off date, which is popularly known as a record date. The company fixes this record date.

How many shares can I apply for in the rights issues?

The number of extra shares that can be bought depends on the existing shares of the shareholders. For example, you hold 100 shares in a company and if the company offers 20 shares for every 100 shares held at a discounted price of ₹20 per share. Then, you will get 20 shares at ₹20 per share.

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