Infinite Computer Solutions is tapping the capital markets with a public issue of equity shares, valuing the Bangalore-based software firm as high as Rs 725 crore.
Infinite Computer Solutions India Ltd. is entering the capital markets with an Initial Public Offer of 11,503,000 Equity Shares of Rs. 10 each. The issue will open for subscription from Monday, January 11, 2010.
Infinite Computer Solutions (India) Limited, a global service provider of infrastructure management, intellectual property (IP) leveraged solutions and IT services, is entering the capital market on 11 January 2010, with an initial public offering (IPO)
Infinite Computer Solutions (India), a global service provider of Infrastructure Management, Intellectual Property (IP) leveraged solutions and IT services, focused on the telecom, media, energy, manufacturing...
Infinite Computer Solutions (India) Ltd., the global IT solutions and services provider, today announced here its entry into the capital market via an IPO of around 11.5 million equity shares.
Infinite Computer Solutions (India) Ltd said on Tuesday it has fixed a price band of 155-165 rupees a share for its initial public offering (IPO) of 11.5 million shares to raise up to 1.9 billion rupees.
Infinite Computer Solutions has come up with a public issue of equity shares to mop up around Rs 190 crore at the upper end of the price band of Rs 155-Rs 165 a share.
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