Ola chooses banks, $1 billion IPO expected to be dispatched in October
Ride sharing organization Ola has chosen Citigroup and Kotak Mahindra Bank to deal with its first sale of stock (IPO), which is relied upon to be dispatched in October, Bloomberg revealed. Ola is relied upon to raise $1 billion through the IPO.
The organization, upheld by SoftBank Group Corp. furthermore, Tiger Global Management, has likewise picked Morgan Stanley for the posting, Bloomberg detailed referring to individuals mindful of the turns of events.
Ola is among the grip of organizations in India that have taken the IPO course to raise reserves. The most eminent among them was food-conveyance firm Zomato, which made heavenly introduction last month.
Berkshire Hathaway Inc-supported Paytm and Softbank upheld cordiality organization Oyo Hotels are among other Indian new companies set to enter markets this year. Flipkart, the Indian web-based business goliath constrained by Walmart Inc and advanced training startup Byju's are likewise planning for their first-time share deals.
Ola as of now joins forces with about 1.5 million drivers across 250 urban areas in India, Australia, New Zealand and the UK. In July, the opponent of Uber raised $500 million from financial backers including Temasek Holdings Pte and a subsidiary of Warburg Pincus.