New Delhi, Feb 12 The initial public offer of Aster DM Health was subscribed 26 per cent on the first day of its public issue today, according to merchant bankers.
BloombergQuint estimates the company's expected share price at the upper end of the price band is over 48 times its earnings, and over five times its book value.
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The company had raised Rs 294 crore from anchor investors on Friday.
The IPO, which aims to raise Rs 980 crore, received bids for over 72 lakh shares against the total issue size of over 3.74 crore scrips.
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The price band for the offer, which would be open till February 15, is kept at Rs 180-190 per share.
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Aster DM Healthcare is one of the leading private healthcare service providers, which operates in multiple Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states such as United Arab Emirates, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain. As of September 30, 2017, the Company had 17,408 employees including 1,417 full time doctors, 5,797 nurses, 1,752 paramedics, and 8,442 other employees (including pharmacists). It also has presence in India with Malabar Institute of Medical Sciences (MIMS) hospital in Kozhikode in Kerala.