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Fusion Micro Finance IPO, Dates, Price, & Allotment Details

Fusion Micro Finance IPO opens on November 2, 2022 and closes on November 4, 2022. Fusion Micro Finance Limited is a microfinance company providing financial services to underserved women across India in order to facilitate their access to greater economic opportunities.

1. They had the third fastest gross loan portfolio growth of 44% among the top NBFC-MFIs in India between the financial year 2018 and 2021. 2. Fusion Micro Finance Limited were one of the youngest companies among the top 10 NBFC-MFIs in India in terms of AUM as of March 31, 2021, according to CRISIL. 3. As of March 31, 2021, 2020 and 2019, its total AUM was ₹46,378.39 million, ₹36,065.24 million and ₹26,413.91 million, respectively.

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Fresh Issue - 1,63,04,347 shares of Rs 10 (Aggregating up to Rs 600 crore) Face Value: Rs 10 per share Market Lot - 40 share Fresh Issue - 1,63,04,347 shares of Rs 10 (Aggregating up to Rs 600 crore) Listing At - NSE, BSE

IPO opens on - Nov 2, 2022 IPO closes on - Nov 4, 2022 Basis of Allotment publication date - Nov 10, 2022 Initiation of Refund - Nov 11, 2022 Credit of shares to Demat Account - Nov 14, 2022 IPI Listing - Nov 15, 2022

Minimum 1 lot of 40 shares of Rs 14,720

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1. Well Diversified and Extensive Pan-India Presence. 2. Proven Execution Capabilities with Strong Rural Focus. 3. Access to Diversified Sources of Capital and Effective Asset Liability Management. 4. Robust Underwriting Process and Risk Management Policies. 5. Technologically Advanced Operating Model.


1. As an NBFC-MFI, they are subject to periodic inspections by the RBI. Non-compliance with observations made by the RBI during these inspections could expose us to penalties and restrictions. 2. There are outstanding legal proceedings involving Company and its Directors. 3. Company business is subject to seasonality, which may contribute to fluctuations in its financial condition and result of operations.


1. The microfinance industry has recorded healthy growth in the past few years. The industry’s gross loan portfolio increased at a CAGR of 28% since the financial year 2017 to reach approximately ₹2.7 trillion in the financial year 2021. 2. The demand for microfinance products and services has increased due to improving awareness and reach leading to increased volumes, as well as rise in inflation and higher number of borrowers in higher loan cycle driving higher ticket sizes.



1. An increase in the level of company NPAs or provisions may adversely affect its business, financial condition, results of operations and cash flows. 2. Any disruption in company sources of funding or increase in costs of funding could adversely affect company liquidity and financial conditions. 3. Any failure, inadequacy and security breach in information technology systems may adversely affect company business.