The second-largest issuer of credit cards in India is going public.
|Date||02 Mar 2020 – 05 Mar 2020|
|Price range||750 – 755|
|Minimum order quantity||19|
View all IPOs SBI Cards and Payment Services was promoted by State Bank of India on May 15, 1998, to issue credit cards and deal in payment products. Apart from an issue of fresh shares in the IPO, SBI will be selling a part of its promoter holdings. The Carlyle Group, which had taken up a stake in SBI Cards in December 2017, will also be offering a part of its stake in the issue.
How do I apply to the SBI Cards IPO?
You can apply to the SBI Cards IPO on Console using any supported UPI app. Once you have entered your bid on Console, you will receive a mandate collect request on your UPI app. On acceptance of the mandate, the bid amount will get blocked in your bank account. Read more.
Will I get a discount if I hold shares of SBI?
The Draft Red Herring Prospectus (DRHP) indicates that shareholders of State Bank of India may be eligible for a discount. You will need to hold at least one share of SBI as on Feb 18, 2020, in your demat account. When you apply in the shareholder’s category, you might also have a higher chance of getting an allotment. Click here to check how to apply in the shareholder category in Zerodha.
Note – You will be eligible to apply in the shareholders’ category only if you hold shares of State Bank of India (SBIN) as on the record date. A shareholder of different SBI group company, like SBI Life, will not be eligible.
Indicative IPO timetable
|Basis of allotment||11-3-2020|
|Refunds/Unblocking of ASBA||12-3-2020|
|Credit of share||13-3-2020|
|Mandate end date||19-3-2020|
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