PayTM is certainly excited by the way investors have expressed excitement about the IPO of the past. Last Friday, PayTM’s parent company One97 Communication submitted a paper to SEBI for an IPO worth Rs 16,600 crore. If the IPO size does not change at the time of launch, it will be the largest IPO ever. Earlier, Coal India raised Rs 15,475 crore through its IPO in 2010.
The shareholders in the IPO are worth Rs 8,300 crore. At the same time, the new issue has raised Rs 8300 crore. This is expected to generate huge returns for existing shareholders. Most of them are people like Jack Ma, Warren Buffett. According to people looking at the gray market, then Paytm’s share price is Rs 2400. The company is valued at Rs 19 billion or Rs 1,45,423 crore.
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Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Founder of the Company, Alibaba Group and its subsidiary Ant Financial, Elevation Capital, SIF Partners, BH International Holdings, etc.
Looking at the market’s ulation hoaxes, Paytm’s eyes are fixed on the $ 25-30 billion valuation. Knowing this to be true, the company’s IPO price per share is Rs 3,150 to Rs 3,800. This simply means investors have ample opportunity to earn. In addition, Jack Ma’s Alibaba is expected to return 7 times, while Warren Buffett will return 3 times. In addition, SIF can earn 250 times income.
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Whose share in Paytm
Alibaba’s Ant Group holds 29.71 per cent, Japan’s Softbank 19.63 per cent, SIF Partners 18.56 per cent and Vijay Shekhar Sharma 14.67 per cent.