Domestic Realty Companies Faces Challenges Post Dubai Storm

Domestic Realty Companies faces Challenges Post Dubai Debt fallout


Domestic realty companies which are planning to tap the primary markets may not see a smooth sailing as the Dubai debt crisis is likely to undermine investor confidence in the sector.


As many as nine realty companies, including Emmar MGF, have filed their draft red herring prospectus (DRHP) with the market regulator Sebi aiming to raise about Rs 15,000 crore.


“It will not be surprising if some realty companies defer their share sale plan.

The Dubai debt crisis will not give any positive signal to investors in realty companies and IPOs of companies like Emmar MGF will face huge challenge,”

SMC Capitals‘ equity head Jagannadham Thunuguntla said.



As per the DRHP filed with the Sebi, nine relators are planning to raise an estimated Rs 15,000 crore through the initial public offers (IPOs).


This includes Emmar MGF’s Rs 4,000 crore issue, followed by Sahara Prime City (Rs 3,400 crore), Lodha Developers (Rs 2,700 crore), BPTP (Rs 2,000 crore), and Godrej Properties (Rs 500 crore).


Last month, the Dubai government-owned investment company Dubai World asked for a six-month delay on repaying its $ 59 billion debts.

One response to this post.

  1. Damn, that sound’s so easy if you think about it.


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