Sanima Mutual Fund IPO receives 5 times more applications than demand

51 Sanima BankSanima Capital has received applications for ‘Sanima Large Cap Mutual Fund’ five times more than the demand as of January 24.

According to Sanima Capital, the issue manager, 36,840 applicants applied for 450,058,100 units of shares until 5 pm on January 24, which is 5.29 times more than the demand.

On January 22, Sanima Capital issued 100 million units of close ended mutual fund initial public offerings (IPO) worth Rs one billion for the second time. The close ended mutual fund will mature in seven years.

Willing applicants were allowed to apply for a minimum 100 units of fund to maximum 10 million units of mutual fund for Rs 10 per unit of fund.

Sanima Bank is the manager of this fund. Like IPO, applicants can apply through the banks linked with their demat accounts or via mero share accounts online.

Unlike ordinary shares, this fund will distribute cash bonus based on the profits during the period and the accumulated fund will be distributed only after seven years to all shareholders by selling all its movable and non-moveable assets, according to the company.


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