The exchange is taking proactive initiatives to support the equity culture among SMEs, such as organizing webinars and collaborating with state governments and other professional organizations. During the pandemic, the exchange organized over 150 webinars to educate SMEs on the benefits of equity finance and listing, he said.
In March 2012, the BSE introduced an SME platform to let such businesses seek finance for growth and expansion.
Since then, 337 companies have been listed on the SME section, raising Rs 3,500 crore. These firms have a combined market value of more than Rs 26,300 crore.
If an investor had held these companies over the long term, they would have reaped multi-fold gains, since some of the equities have soared between 1000-5000%.
Aditya Vision, founded in 1999, is a Small Cap business in the Retail sector with a market capitalization of Rs 920.00 crore. The stock returned 1156.01 percent over three years, compared to 36.93 percent for the Nifty Smallcap 100.
At the time of listing, Aditya Vision had a lot size of 8000 business shares at a price of $15. This equates to a total investment of Rs. 1.20 lakh (15 x 8000). If a winning bidder had held on to his shares until now, his 1.2 lakh would have grown to 61.188 lakh. The company has given gains of 4,899 percent since its inception. The company has increased by 2,996 percent in the last year.
The SME stock on the BSE is currently selling at Rs.764 per share.
Raghav Productivity Enhancers
Raghav Productivity Enhancers was founded in 2009, is a Small Worth business in the Metals - Non Ferrous sector with a market cap of Rs 808.49 crore. The business's first public offering (IPO) was priced at Rs 39 per equity share, with 3000 company shares in one lot. This suggests that a minimum investment of 1.17,000 (39 x 3000) was required.
For the first time in five years, the company is debt-free. On August 2, shares of Raghav Productivity Enhancers, a relatively unknown company, were trapped in the upper circuit for the seventh session in a row. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, dubbed "Big Bull," will invest up to Rs 31 crore in the company.On the BSE, the SME stock is currently trading at Rs.743 per share. The company has given gains of 2, 498 percent since its inception. The company has increased by 578 percent in the last year.
Investors who bought in Raghav Productivity Enhancers and held onto the stock after share issuance would have seen their 1.17 lakh investment grow to today's 22.30 lakh.
Shree Ganesh Remedies
The company Shree Ganesh Remedies Ltd. was founded in 1995. Its share price presently is 352.65. It currently has a market capitalization of Rs 352.88 crore. The company reported gross sales of Rs. 584.26 crores and total income of Rs.626.04 crores in the most recent quarter.
The lucky bidders were rewarded with a 10 percent listing gain on the BSE SME stock when it debuted on the exchange at 40. Today the share price of Shree Ganesh Remedies is Rs 356.90 per share.
Had a lucky bidder been invested in this SME stock till now, its total value of 1,08 lakh would have now grown to 9,91 Lakh. The company has given gains of 1,110 percent since its inception. The company has increased by 273 percent in the last year.
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