M K Proteins Limited IPO Review – New Issue In NSE SME Exchange
M K Proteins Limited is in the business of manufacturing and trading of edible oils. They are coming up with their initial public offering that will open on 31st March 2017. I will post my M K Proteins Limited IPO Review in this short write up.
Issue Date: March 31, 2017 – April 7, 2017
Face Value: Rs. 10 per equity share
Offer Price: Rs. 70 per equity share
Minimum Application: 2000 shares
Money Payable During Application: Rs. 700
Listing On: NSE SME
Objective of the issue:
1) Meeting working capital needs
2) Issue expenses
As you know M K Proteins Ltd is in manufacturing and trading of edible oils. The company has products like rice bran oil, sunflower oil, cotton seed oil, soyabeen oil, palm oil etc. The company started their operations on 2012 and is located at Ambala, Haryana. The company is being promoted by Shri Vinod Kumar, Shri Raj Kumar, Shri Parvind Kumar and Smt Sunila Garg.
The company has an authorized capital of 5 crores and a paid up capital of 67,72,000. The company is falling under the category of SME and their shares will be listed on NSE SME exchange. If you dont know the meaning of SME check my post: Focus Lighting And Fixtures Ltd IPO Review – Decent Gains Expected.
So from the image above we can see that since inception the company is making consistent profits and in the first 9 months of FY 2017 also they have managed to profit Rs. 0.41 crores against a turnover of Rs. 110.98 crores.
M K Proteins Limited IPO Review: Once again this NSE SME issue looks expensive at a price band of Rs. 70 per equity share. But as the company is making profits since inception I hope they can compete with peers better after this cash flow and I recommend a cautious APPLY to the investors. Keep for medious to long term.
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