The IPO allotment process for Mathillo Mailun Khola Jalvidhyut Limited has been successfully completed at the offices of the issue manager, Sanima Capital Limited in Kathmandu. The company had previously offered 12,84,200 unit IPO shares at a par value of Rs. 100 to the general public during the period from the 18th to the 22nd of Ashwin in the year 2080.
Prior to this, the company had issued 10,00,000 unit shares to project-affected individuals from Rasuwa and Nuwakot Districts, of which only 990,800 units were allocated to eligible applicants. Consequently, the remaining 9,200 units of unsubscribed shares from project-affected locals were combined with the 15,00,000 units designated for the general public.
Out of the total 15,09,200 units offered to the public, 1,50,000 units were already issued and assigned to Nepalese citizens working abroad, and 75,000 units were allocated for mutual funds. The remaining 12,84,200 units were earmarked for the general public.
The IPO offering received an overwhelming response with applications from 11,85,642 valid applicants who collectively applied for a total of 1,28,66,060 units. This level of interest resulted in an oversubscription rate of over 10.01 times. In accordance with the allotment module, 128,420 applicants were selected via lottery and allotted 10 units each, while the remaining 10,57,222 applicants did not receive any shares.
Furthermore, 75,000 units were allotted to mutual funds, and 4,654 applicants who had applied for 65,220 units were disqualified from receiving any shares.
The IPO results are accessible through CDSC IPO Result, MeroShare, and Sanima Capital Limited. Additionally, CARE Ratings Nepal Limited (CRNL) has assigned a ‘CARE-NP BB-‘ rating to Mathillo Mailun Khola Jalvidhyut Limited, indicating a moderate risk of default concerning the timely servicing of financial obligations in Nepal.
Mathillo Mailun Khola Jalvidhyut Limited is a public limited company, established on August 14, 2012. It is promoted by institutional investors, predominantly associated with the Sanima Hydro group, as well as other institutions such as banks and insurance companies. The company’s primary purpose is to establish a 14.3 MW run-of-river Mathillo Mailun Khola Jalvidhyut Project in the BOOT (Build, Own, Operate and Transfer) mechanism, situated in the Rasuwa district of Nepal.