SEBI Asks OYO To Refile Draft IPO (Public Difficulty) Papers With Updates

SEBI Asks OYO To Refile Draft IPO Papers With Updates, Public Issue May Get Delayed

OYO filed preliminary paperwork with Sebi for an Rs 8,430 crore IPO. (File)

New Delhi:

Capital markets regulator Sebi (Securities and Alternate Board of India) has requested Oravel Stays Ltd, the mother or father firm of travel-tech agency OYO, to refile the draft IPO (preliminary public providing) papers with sure updates.

The transfer would possibly delay the Gurugram-based hospitality unicorn’s preliminary public providing.

OYO filed preliminary paperwork with Sebi in September 2021 for a Rs 8,430 crore IPO.

The proposed providing consists of a contemporary concern of shares of as much as Rs 7,000 crore and an offer-for-sale of as a lot as Rs 1,430 crore.

In accordance with an replace with Sebi’s web site on Tuesday, the markets regulator returned the corporate’s draft crimson herring prospectus (DRHP) on December 30, 2022 and requested the agency to refile it with relevant updates/ revisions.

Nevertheless, the regulator has not elaborated on the updates or revisions required within the draft paperwork.

Earlier, the corporate had filed an addendum to its DRHP which included its financials for the primary half of FY23. It reported a revenue of Rs 63 crore for the primary half of FY23 as towards a lack of Rs 280 crore a yr in the past.

The corporate’s revenues within the first half (April-September) of FY23 grew 24 per cent year-on-year to Rs 2,905 crore. Other than bettering working efficiency, the corporate has a money corpus of Rs 2,785 crore, the submitting to Sebi confirmed.

The markets regulator had given OYO the permission to submit up to date financials earlier than it examined and processed the corporate’s utility for IPO.

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