Panache Digilife Ltd is coming up with their initial public offering and this is again a NSE SME issue. This post will try to figure out the Panache Digilife Ltd IPO Review and will try to find out ifs and buts of investing in this issue.
Issue Date: April 11, 2017 – April 17, 2017
Issue Size: Rs. 13.50 crores
Offer Price: Rs. 75 per equity share
Minimum Bid Quantity: 1600 shares
Listing Exchange: NSE SME
1) For the need of working capital
2) To incurr general corporate expenses
About The Company:
Panache Digilife Ltd got incorporated in the year of 2007. The company was previous known as Vardhaman Technology Ltd. The company is working in the field of technical service in relation to computer systems.
The company has five division:
1) PC division
2) Education division
3) Telematics division
4) AV division
5) Industrial design
Mr. Amit Rambhia and Mr. Nikhit Rambia are the 2 co-founders of the company. The official website of the company can be reached HERE.
Company Financial Data:
In the initial years the company has increased their profits inspite of no significant increase in the turnover. This was possible due to increasing the bottom line without significant increase in the topline. However in FY 2016 the company has managed to increase their topline and bottomline both. In the first nine months of the FY 2017 also the company has posted good financian data with a profit of Rs. 1.44 crores against total turnover of 32.38 crores.
Panache Digilife Ltd IPO Review: So in the final note about the IPO is that the strong financial data favors applying for the issue while the P/E is on the higher side almost touching 25. We feel the IPO can give some listing gains but still the issue price is looking expensive. Small investors can give it a miss while cash rich investors can try on a risky traders point of view.
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