Shares allotted in the follow-on public offer of Yes Bank will list on the bourses on July 27.
The private sector lender raised Rs 14,272 crore through its latest FPO which was subscribed 95 percent during July 15-17.
The issue size was Rs 15,000 crore, so the balance amount would have be contributed by its issue underwriter SBI Capital Markets. In the issue prospectus, SBI Capital Markets committed underwriting amount of up to Rs 3,000 crore.
The final issue price has been fixed at Rs 12 per share, the lower end of the price band of Rs 12-13. Employees received shares at Re 1 discount to issue price.
FPO shares were allotted to eligible participants in the issue on July 23 and the same shares were credited to their accounts on July 24.
"Securities of Yes Bank are listed and admitted for trading on the exchange with effect from July 27, 2020. These shares rank pari-passu with the existing equity shares of the company," said the BSE in its release.
It was the second public issue during the lockdown. Rossari Biotech was the first one to launch an IPO since the SBI Card which was in March this year.
Yes Bank, which raised Rs 4,098 crore through anchor book and rest through the issue during July 15-17, was subscribed 93 percent while including anchor book, the subscription stood at 95 percent largely supported by QIB category which saw subscription of 1.90 times.
State Bank of India is the largest shareholder in Yes Bank with 48.21 percent stake followed by ICICI Bank, HDFC, Axis Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Bandhan Bank, Federal Bank and IDFC First Bank, which all invested Rs 10,000 crore in Yes Bank under Reconstruction Scheme in March this year.
Yes Bank share price has been corrected consistently since July 10, losing 48.8 percent to close at Rs 13.65 on July 24. It shed 55 percent since the announcement of FPO price band on June 10.
The price band was Rs 12-13 and the share price was Rs 30.45 on June 10. Hence, the correction till around its issue price was on expected lines.
"The stock price may adjust near to its issue price before the listing," Arun Kejriwal, the primary capital market expert and owner of AK47.in had told Moneycontrol before the issue opening.