2021 has been the strongest year for initial public offerings (IPOs) in the past two decades. In the coming year, the industry expects a similar IPO frenzy. Furthermore, many initial public offerings (IPOs) are already planned for 2022. Companies raised roughly INR 1,19,882 through IPOs in 2021. Furthermore, in 2022, the new-age tech, consumer, healthcare, and specialty chemicals industries are likely to dominate forthcoming IPOs. Currently more than 25 firms have received clearance from market regulators to go public. More than 30 businesses have yet to receive permission.

Upcoming IPO’s In 2022

Name Of The CompanyIssue Size In Rs. Crores (Tentative)
Adani Wilmar4,500
Go Airlines3600
OYO Rooms 7000 + OFS
Delhivery5000 + OFS
Studds Accessories450
Utkarsh Small Finance Bank1350
Arohan Financial1800
Penna Cement1550
Harsha Engineers370
Muthoot Microfin700
AGS Transact Techno800
ESAF Small Finance Bank998
Inspira Enterprise India Ltd.800
Medi Assist Insurance TPA Pvt. Ltd800
Gemini Edibles And Fats2500
Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotel1000
Bajaj Energy5,450
SAMHI Hotels1800-2000
PharmEasy   6250
Seven Islands Shipping600
Fincare Small Finance Bank1330
Sterlite Power1250
Paradeep Phosphates1255 + OFS
Keventer Agro800
OlaTo be announced
Byju’sTo be announced
SwiggyTo be announced


  • LIC

Life Insurance Corporation of India is one of India’s most anticipated and biggest first public offerings. In addition, the government intends to sell roughly 5-10% of its investment in the firm. LIC also plans to go public in the first quarter of fiscal year 22-23. The business intends to generate roughly INR 70,000 crore through its first public offering (IPO).

  • Wilmar Adani 

The Adani Wilmar joint venture is a partnership between the Adani Group and the Wilmar Group. The IPO will be a completely new stock offering. In addition, the fast-moving consumer products firm plans to raise INR4,500 crore in the primary market.

  • MobiKwik

MobiKwik is one of India’s most popular Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) and mobile wallet companies. The online payment company wants to address the credit demands of an ever-increasing online population. The first public offering (IPO) of MobiKwik is expected to be valued INR 1900 crore. It includes a new share offering for up to INR 1,500 crore and a sale of INR 400 crore.

  • Ixigo

Ixigo, a travel website, is managed by Le Travenues Technology Ltd. It expects to raise INR 1,600 crore through the IPO. A fresh issue of shares worth Rs 750 crore and an offer-for-sale of equity shares worth Rs 850 crore will be part of the initial public offering.

  • Penna Cements

Penna Cements is one of the largest privately owned cement companies in the world. The initial public offering (IPO) is expected to raise INR 1,550 crore. There will be a new offering of equity shares worth up to INR 1,300 crore and a sale of INR 250 crore.

  • Fincare Small Finance Bank

Fincare SFB is a ‘digital-first’ Small Finance Bank (SFB) that primarily serves unbanked and underbanked customers in rural and semi-urban regions. The IPO is expected to raise INR 1300 crore. It entails a new offering of equity shares worth up to INR 330 crore and a sale of INR 1000 crore.

  • Sterlite Strength

Sterlite Power is a private company that develops and sells power transmission infrastructure and services. A fresh issuance of equity shares totaling INR 1,250 crore would be part of the IPO.

  • Bajaj Energy

Bajaj Energy is one of India’s major private sector thermal power companies. This IPO would also allow the corporation to raise INR 5450 crore. The offer includes a fresh issue of INR 5,150 crore and a share offer-for-sale of INR 300 crore.

  • Delhivery

Delhivery is a cutting-edge logistics and delivery firm. The business intends to raise INR 7,460 crore in total. A total of INR 5,000 crore was raised through fresh share issue and INR 2,460 crore was raised through an offer for sale.

  • OYO

OYO is a well-known brand in the hotel industry. It intends to generate INR 8,430 crore through an initial public offering (IPO). The IPO also includes a fresh issue of up to Rs 7,000 crore and a sale of up to INR 1,430 crore.

  • Easy Pharm

Teleconsultation and radiological tests are two of the company’s health-related services. It plans to raise INR 6,250 crore by issuing additional equity shares.

  • Ola 

Ola is a cab-hailing service that works in the same way as Uber. The business hopes to raise roughly INR 15,000 crore through the IPO. Other Ola investors, including as SoftBank, Tiger Global, and Steadview Capital, will gain from the share sale by exiting or partially liquidating their positions in the company.

  • Byju’s

Byju’s is a major EdTech company that provides students with free online education. The software is geared for children in grades four through twelve. It also includes information about competitive examinations like as JEE, NEET, and IAS. Byju’s plans to generate around INR 4500 crore in its first public offering.

  • Go Airlines 

GoAir is an Ultra Low-Cost Carrier (ULCC) with a market share of 10.8% in fiscal 2020, making it one of India’s fastest-growing airlines. They are offering equity shares worth up to INR 3,600 crores.

  • Studs Accessories

It is India’s leading helmet and two-wheeler accessory manufacturer company. The Haryana-based company wants to raise INR 450 crore through an IPO. This comprises a new issue share worth INR 98 crore as well as an OFS worth approximately 39,39,000 shares held by firm shareholders and founders.

  • Swiggy

Swiggy is the most popular online meal delivery service. In 2022, the firm intends to go public. In addition, the firm is focusing on growing its Instamart grocery-delivery platform at the moment. It intends to go public before the end of 2022.

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