RK Swamy's price band for IPO set between Rs 270 - Rs 288 a share

On the upper band price, the total size of the issue will be at Rs 423 crore and the total market capitalisation of RK Swamy Limited is at Rs 1,450 crore.

By  Kashmeera SambamurthyFeb 28, 2024 2:18 PM
RK Swamy's price band for IPO set between Rs 270 - Rs 288 a share
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The IPO will be a mix of fresh shares that are worth Rs 173 crore, and an offer-for-sale (OFS) of 87 lakh equity shares by promoters and investors, reported Moneycontrol. (Representative Image: markus Winkler via Unsplash)
First Published on Feb 28, 2024 10:07 AM

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