​Capacit’e ​Infraprojects ​IPO is overall subscribed 1.32​ times

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QIB subscribed​1.77​ times, NII  subscribed ​0.​11 times, Retail subscribed 1.58​ times.

Bengaluru.  Capacit’e Infra projects Limited allots 48,00,000  equity shares at Rs. 250 per share (including share premium of Rs. 240 per share) aggregating to Rs.120 crore (approximately) to 15  Anchor Investors.

The anchor investors include leading international & domestic investors name

·  DSP Blackrock India T.I.G.E.R Fund
·  Goldman Sachs India  Limited
·  HSBC Global Investment Funds- Indian Equity
·  ICICI Prudential Growth Fund
·  Reliance Capital Trustee Co. Ltd.  A/C – Reliance Mid & Small Cap Fund
·  SBI Infrastructure Fund
·  Kotak Midcap
Please find attached herewith the Company intimation to Stock Exchanges.

Issue Highlights

Issue Size 400 Crore (Fresh Issue)
Price Band Rs. 245- Rs. 250
Allocation Category wise QIB: 50% HNI: 15% and RII 35%
Issue Period September  13, 2017, to September 15, 2017
Advisor to the Issue Marathon Capital Advisory Limited
BRLMs Axis Capital, IIFL Holdings and Vivro
Promoter Mr. Rohit Katyal, Mr. Rahul Katyal and Mr. Subir Malhotra

About Capacit’e Infraprojects Limited:
Capacit’e Infraprojects Limited (“CIL” or “Company”) is a fast growing construction company focused on Residential, Commercial and Institutional buildings. CIL provides end-to-end construction services for residential buildings (“Residential”), multi-level car parks, corporate office buildings and buildings for commercial purposes (collectively, “Commercial”) and buildings for educational, hospitality and healthcare purposes (“Institutional”). It’s capabilities include constructing concrete building structures as well as composite steel structures. Capacit’e also provide mechanical, electrical and plumbing (“MEP”) and finishing works.

CIL predominantly operates in the Mumbai metropolitan region (“MMR”), the National Capital Region (“NCR”) and Bengaluru. Company’s operations are geographically divided into MMR and Pune (“West Zone”), NCR and Patna (“North Zone”) and Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi and Vijaywada (“South Zone”).

Based on the categorization provided in the CRISIL Report, the buildings that the Companyconstructs may be considered as (i) buildings with 40 or more floors as super high-rise buildings (“Super High Rise Building(s)”); and (ii) buildings with seven or more floors as high-rise buildings (“High Rise Building(s)”). CIL considers (i) a single premise or land parcel containing at least four buildings, which may include High Rise Buildings or Super High Rise Buildings as a gated community (“Gated Community”); (ii) duplex houses and row houses as villaments (“Villaments”); and (iii) buildings other than Super High Rise Buildings, High Rise Buildings, Gated Community and Villaments as other buildings (“Other Building(s)”).

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