The shares of FSN E-Commerce, the parent company of Nykaa witnessed a bumper listing on Wednesday, as its shares went live on the stock exchanges with a premium of nearly 80%.
On the National Stock Exchange (NSE), its shares were listed at INR 2,018, higher by 79.37% than the issue price of INR 1,125. On the BSE, it listed at INR 2,001 apiece.
It touched a high of INR 2,129 on both the bourses leading its market cap to cross the INR 1 Lakh Cr market minutes after the stocks were listed.
However, shares have declined from the highs and around 10.18 a.m., its shares on the NSE were trading at INR 2,064.15, higher by INR 46.15 or 2.29% than its opening level of INR 2,018.
On the BSE, its shares were trading at INR 2,050.40, about 2.47% higher than the listing price on the exchange at INR 2,001.
Its market capitalisation has come down to INR 97,099 Cr.
The bumper listing was largely on expected lines after the initial public offering during October 28 – November 1, was subscribed 81.78 times.
At the upper limit of the IPO price band of INR 1,085 – INR 1,125, the offer attracted bids of nearly $32.53 Bn.
QIBs subscribed to the earmarked portion of shares by a massive 91.18 times, and the retail portion was subscribed 12 times.
Before the IPO, the beauty and lifestyle unicorn raised over INR 2,395.84 Cr by allocating nearly 2.13 Cr shares to 174 anchor investors, including Blackrock, Fidelity International, the Government of Singapore and the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
The over INR 5,000 Cr IPO included a fresh issue of INR 630 Cr and an offer for sale (OFS) of up to 41,972,660 shares.
Nykaa’s market share in the online beauty and personal care space is estimated to be more than 18.5% (calculated as revenue of FY20/TAM). Overall, India’s online beauty and personal care market is estimated to reach $5.4 Bn by 2025. Purplle, SUGAR Cosmetics, Pureplay, Mamaearth and MyGlamm are a few other players in this market. MyGlamm entered the unicorn club yesterday.