The Indian market is witnessing various IPOs of all sizes – from small to large. In line with this trend, the launch of another IPO: the Sirca Paints IPO takes eminence.
The IPO came out on the 16th of May 2018 and it plans to raise Rs. 77.91 crores. The issue is open until 22nd May 2018.
Minimum lot size for a retail investor is 800 shares issue at Rs 160 each.
|Issue opens on||16th May 2018|
|Issue closes on||22nd May 2018|
|Issue price||Rs.151 – 160|
|Issue size||Rs.77.91 cr|
|Market cap||Rs.292.3 cr|
|Listing at||NSE SME|
|Total equity shares offered (fresh)||48,69,600|
|Equity shares prior to the issue||1,34,00,000|
|Equity shares after the issue||1,82,69,000|
The IPO of Delhi based company has opened on May 16, 2018. The Offer consisted of fresh issue of upto 48,69,600 equity scrips of face value amounting to Rs. 10 fully paid up for cash at a price band of Rs. 151-160 totalling to Rs. 7,791.33 lakhs.
The scrips will be listed on the National Stock Exchange Emerge Platform.
The book running lead managers of the IPO is Navigant Corporate Advisors Limited. The closing date of the issue will be May 22, 2018.
Offered at a price to earnings (PE) ratio of 19.09 against the industry average of 41.30, the lot size for scrips is a minimum of 800 equity shares and in multiples of 800 equity scrips.
59.62 % of the issue reserved for qualified institutional buyers (QIB) will be given to anchor investors on a voluntary basis. The QIB will account to 49.69% of the IPO.
1. To finance the expenses of site development and purchase of plant and machinery;
2. To divide finance increased working capital needs of the company;
3. To meet the general corporate purposes;
4. To meet the expenditures of the issue.
|Shareholder Name||Pre Issue Stake (%)||Post Issue Stake|
|Gurjit Singh Bains||19.24||14.11|
|Promoter Group Entities:||25.92||19.02|
|Name of the Promoter||No. of Shares held||Average Acquisition Cost (in Rs.)|
|Gurjit Singh Bains||25,77,465||0.89|
Sirca Paints handles marketing and trading of paints and related products after repackaging the same. Sirca Paints gets the products from Sirca Spa Italy through import and sells them in the country through its distributors.
In addition, Sirca Paints also gets the products like thinners, abrasives and buffing cream from other suppliers based in the country. Except for the thinner and abrasives, which are bought from Indian suppliers, all other purchases are made from foreign countries and the products which are bought from Indian suppliers and sold out within the country itself.
Sirca Paints has entered into a Manufacturing License Agreement dated 16th February, 2018 with Sirca Spa Italy under the mark, “SIRCA”, for producing the following products that are presently distributed under the Product Distribution Agreement.
Pursuant to this agreement, the company also has an exclusive right to manufacture the following products in India, under the mark, “SIRCA” – Paints NC, Paints AC, Thinner, Polyurethane Products.
The company in the territory of India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh has a minimum sales of Four Million and three hundred thousand euros. The expect to achieve Four million and eight hundred thousand euros in the year 2018 -2019, respectively.
On the performance front, in the past four financial years, the company has generated a turnover/net profits of Rs. 54.08 crore / Rs. 1.97 crore in Financial Year’14, Rs. 69.77 crore / Rs. 6.18 crore in Financial Year’15, Rs. 72.66 crore / Rs. 7.28 crore in financial Year’16 and Rs. 84.34 crore / Rs. 13.70 crore inFinancial Year’17.
For the first nine months which ended on 31.12.17 of Financial Year’18, it has made a net profit of Rs. 14.60 crore on a turnover of Rs. 64.70 crore. In the past three financial years, it has incurred an average earning per share of Rs. 8.38 and an average return on net worth of 39.89 %.
It has also incurred a growth in the bottom line for the last four financial year’s which is astonishing, as it is mainly present in the trading business. The IPO is priced at a price/book value of 4.07 on the basis of an NAV of Rs. 39.31 as on 31st March, 2017.
If we annualize latest earnings and attribute it on a fully diluted post issue equity, then the asking price is at a price/earnings of around 15 against the industry average of around 41.30.
However, its earnings for Financial Year’17 and nine months of Financial Year’18 is rather surprising and it may not sustain a forward go.It is also treading on a green -field project in a capital-intensive sector, which faces heavy competition and the consumer’s taste and preferances keep changing every now and then.
As per documents, it shows giants, Asian Paints and Kansai Nerolac as its listed peers and it is trading at a price/earnings of about 56 and 53. As per market reports, these companies are selling products at much cheaper rates, which can be a problem for Sirca Paints .Thus, despite a good offer price, the IPO looks like a risky bet.
|Particulars||For the year/period ended (in Rs. Millions)|
|Profit After Tax||1,370.34||727.62||617.88||197.11||50.40|
Earnings Per Share (EPS): INR11.14
Price/Earnings (P/E) ratio: 13.55 – 14.36
Return on Net Worth (RONW): 40.26%
Net Asset Value (NAV): INR27.67 per share
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