Abans Holdings Limited IPO

Abans Holdings Limited

Abans Holdings Limited IPO Details

Bidding DatesMin. InvestmentLot SizePrice RangeIssue SizeIPO Doc
12 Dec 2022 – 15 Dec 2022₹14,08055₹256 – ₹270345.60 Cr RHP PDF
Abans Holdings Limited IPO Details Summary


The Abans Holdings Limited group is a globally diversified organization engaged in Financial Services, Gold Refining, Jewellery, Commodities Trading, Agricultural Trading and Warehousing, Software Development, and Real Estate. Abans Holdings Limited is the financial services arm of the Group. It operates a diversified global financial services business, headquartered in India, providing NBFC services, global institutional trading in equities, commodities, and foreign exchange, private client stock broking, depositary services, asset management services, investment advisory services, and wealth management services to corporates, institutional, and high net worth clients.


  • Here are some strengths of Abans Holdings Limited:
  • An integrated financial services platform
  • Strong human capital and organizational culture
  • Global exposure providing innovative financial products
  • Strong relationships with clients and market participants
  • Standardized operating procedures and efficient use of technology


  • Here are some risk factors associated with Abans Holdings Limited:
  • The continuing impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic
  • Dependence on its subsidiaries for business
  • Any downward revision in the company’s credit ratings
  • Negative net cash flows in the past
  • Unexpected market movements and disruptions
  • Failure to obtain, retain and renew the required licenses and approvals in a timely manner
  • Inability to recover advances in a timely manner or at all
  • Dependence on the Indian exchanges and certain international exchanges for a significant portion of its business
  • Inability to attract and retain qualified personnel, including its senior management, directors, and key managerial personnel
  • Inability to compete with its peers
  • Any increase in or realization of its contingent liabilities and commitments
  • General economic and market conditions in India and globally
  • Subject to extensive statutory and regulatory requirements and supervision
  • Interest rate and maturity mismatches between its assets and liabilities
  • Any failure to protect or enforce its rights to own or use trademarks and brand names and identities
  • Significant exposure to legal and regulatory liability
  • Operational risks associated with the financial services industry