The other Indian share auction: Godrej taps primary route

Godrej Properties will launch an up-to Rs4.614bn ($91.3m) follow on offering on Thursday. It is the first time any Indian company has attempted to use the newly-created institutional placement programme (IPP), which bankers hope will work better than a one-day auction process that has so far been of limited help to selling shareholders.

  • 22 Mar 2012
The new scheme also uses a one day auction, but it can only be used by companies hoping to sell primary shares — not by major shareholders looking to sell their stakes. The latter sellers will need to use the offer for sale process, which has been used ...

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