Manushi Laghubitta IPO Result Published - How to Check IPO Result



Manushi Laghubitta IPO Result Published - How to Check IPO Result

Manushi Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited

How To Check IPO Allotment Result Notice

Manushi Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited has successfully closed its 3,93,750 units worth Rs 3.93 crore as Initial Public Offering to the general public yesterday, i.e. Shrawan 31. This IPO issue was opened from Shrawan 27. Out of the offered 3,93,750 units; 0.5% of the issued capital i.e. 5,469 units were set aside for the employees of the company and 5% for mutual funds. The remaining 3,68,593 units were for the general public.

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How to Check Manuahi Laghubitta IPO Allotment (Result):

You have to follow the following instruction to fast check the IPO result of Manuahi Laghubitta:

Step 1: Log on to

Step 2: You will see this type of interface on your device.

How to Check Jeevan Bikas Laghubitta IPO Allotment (Result):

Step 3: Type your 16 digit BOID Number (Beneficial Owner Identification Number)

Step 4: Click on View Result Tab. 

Finally, you will get the result message on the interface.

How to Check Jeevan Bikas Laghubitta IPO Allotment (Result):

Nepal SBI Merchant Banking Limited was appointed as the issue manager for the IPO issuance. According to the issue manager, 20,87,419 applicants have applied for a total of 2,64,36,270 units. This is the verified portion of the application pool, and a small portion of the total collection is yet to go through verification. Thus, the final data may be slightly higher. After the issuance of the IPO, the paid-up capital will scale to Rs 10.93 crore and the promoter/public ratio will be 64:326.

Manushi Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd. (MLBSL) is a “D” class national level microfinance incorporated on June 24, 2018, licensed by Nepal Rastra Bank on October 11, 2018, and commenced operation on October 29, 2018. Thereafter, MLBSL took over the microfinance business conducted by the Manushi, an NGO established in 1991 and operating as a financial intermediary since April 2002 in Nepal. MLBSL is primarily engaged in providing microfinance loans based on the Joint Liability Group (JLG) model with each group consisting of a minimum of five members.

Manusi Laghubitta had issued 3,93,750 units of shares at a face value of Rs.100 Of that, 5,469 units of shares were reserved for the employees and 19,688 units of shares were reserved for the mutual investment funds, and the remaining 368,593 units of shares were issued to the public.

According to the latest figures, more than 2.4 million people have applied for 2,64,36,270 units of share for Manushi Laghubitta's IPO. As more applications were received than the demand, the shares were distributed at the rate of 10 units through round-robin as per the Securities Issuance and Distribution Directive of the SEBON.

Accordingly, only 36 thousand 859 lucky people got 10 units of shares from the round-robin. Out of them, three people will get one more unit, i.e. 11 units of shares. Out of 23 lakh, 54 thousand 784 applicants in the IPO, 98.47 percent i.e. 23,17,925 of applicants did not get shares.

CARE Rating Nepal has given CARE NPB Plus Issuer rating to microfinance in the credit rating for IPO issuance. This indicates a high risk of not being able to meet financial obligations on time.

At present, the paid-up capital of Manusi Laghubitta is Rs. 70 million. After the IPO allotment, the paid-up capital of microfinance reached Rs. 109.37 million

Detail Information: Manushi Laghubitta

  • Issue Manager: Nepal SBI Merchant Banking Limited
  • Secunity Type: Common Stock – IPO
  • Total Issued Kitta (MF. Staffs & General Public): 393,750
  • Per Unit Share Price: 100
  • IPO Issued Date: 2078-04-27
  • IPO Closed Date: 2078-04-31

Overview of Manushi Laghubitta:

Manushi Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (Nepali: मानुषी लघुवित्त वित्तिय संस्था लिमिटेड) was registered under the company act and got the "D" class bank license from Nepal Rastra Bank in Ashoj 25, 2075 B.S (2018 AD). It was established in 2002 as a microfinance (Laghubitta) program was commenced in the month of April 2002; as a major program of Manushi which was established in 1991.

The program is fully guided by the principles such as reaching the poorest, supporting and empowering women, building financially self-sufficient institutions, and ensuring a positive and measurable impact on the lives of clients and their families.