India’s Hindustan Aeronautics To Go Public

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, state-owned aerospace and defense company based in Bangalore, initiated the process of an initial public offering to divest 10% of its shares.

The IPO is for 361,500,000 equity shares with a face value of $0.15  each.  “A discount of up to 5% on the offer price may be offered to retail individual bidders and to eligible employees,” Hindustan Aeronautics said.

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Company chairman and managing director T. Suvarna Raju termed the partial disinvestment as a major milestone for the company, reports the Times of India.

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