Utkarsh Small Finance Bank is among the most profitable SFBs in India and among the leading SFBs in terms of return on assets and had the highest return on equity among SFBs in India in Fiscal 2020. The bank is headquartered in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh and has over the years expanded its SFB operations strategically in states where it has been able to leverage the prior microfinance experience of UCL.
The bank has filed a DRHP worth over Rs.1,350 crore with SEBI. The issue consists of a fresh issue worth Rs.750 crore and an offer for sale of equity shares worth around Rs.600 crore. The bank is considered a pre-IPO placement of Rs.250 crore which will be deducted from the amount of fresh issue.
The bank proposes to utilize the net proceeds from the fresh issue towards augmenting its Tier –1 capital base to meet its future capital requirements. Further, the proceeds from the fresh issue will also be used towards meeting the expenses in relation to the offer.
|IPO Open Date
|Wednesday, 12 July 2023
|IPO Close Date
|Friday, 14 July 2023
|Wednesday, 19 July 2023
|Initiation Of Refunds
|Thursday, 20 July 2023
|Credit Of Shares To
|Friday, 21 July 2023
|IPO Listing Date
|Monday, 24 July 2023
|UPI Mandate Expiry Date
|5 PM on Jul 14, 2023
|Particulars (in Rs. Crores)
|Net profit for the year
|Average Shareholders’ Equity
|Total Average Assets
|Net profit as a percentage of Total Average Assets
|Net profit as a percentage of Average Shareholders’ Equity
|Average shareholders’ Equity as a % of Total Average Assets. Gross Loan Portfolio
|Gross Loan Portfolio
|Net profit as a percentage of Gross Loan Portfolio
|Net profit as a percentage of advances
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Deep understanding of microfinance segment and strong rural and semi-urban franchise
Diversified distribution network with significant cross-selling opportunities
Robust risk management and effective operations resulting in superior asset quality
Inability to comply with stringent regulatory requirements and prudential norms, regulations and norms may have an adverse effect on business, results of operations, financial condition and cash flows
Inability to access sources of funds in an acceptable and timely manner or any disruption in the access to funds would adversely impact results of operations, financial condition and cash flows
Decrease in the value of the collateral or delay in enforcing collateral when borrowers default on their obligations, may result in failure to recover the expected value of collateral security exposing us to potential loss
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Utkarsh Small Finance Bank Limited has filed a DRHP worth over Rs.1,350 crore, with SEBI. The issue consists of a new issue worth Rs.750 crore and an offer to sell equity shares worth around Rs.600 crore.
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Tax on short-term capital gains is 15%. It is 10% for equity gains in the long run (over 12 months). Do remember that you are taxed if the equity proceeds exceed Rs 1 lakh.