This Article is From Aug 26, 2021

Affle India Shares Locked In 5% Upper Circuit After Board Approves Stock Split

The company decided to split the shares of the company to facilitate larger shareholder base and aid liquidity, Affle India said.

Affle India Shares Locked In 5% Upper Circuit After Board Approves Stock Split

Affle India completed its initial public offering (IPO) in India on August 8, 2019.

Shares of global technology company, Affle India, were locked in five per cent upper circuit at Rs 4,180.45 after its board approved stock split. Affle India's board approved stock split in ratio of 1:5. Affle India's board at its meeting approved stock split of company's one equity share of face value of Rs 10 each into five equity shares of face value of Rs 2 each, the company said in a stock exchange filing.

The company decided to split the shares of the company to facilitate larger shareholder base and aid liquidity, Affle India said.

A company's authorised share capital remains the same in a stock-split, but the market price declines in proportion to the split ratio and this results in a greater number of shares available in the secondary market. The reduction of the market price and increase in liquidity makes the shares affordable to retail buyers.

Affle India shares have so far this year advanced 10.5 per cent, underperforming the Sensex which has gained over 17 per cent.

Affle India completed its initial public offering (IPO) in India on August 8, 2019. Affle Holdings is the Singapore based promoter for Affle India and its investors include Microsoft and D2C (an NTT DoCoMo subsidiary) amongst others.

As of 12:19 pm, Affle India shares were locked in upper circuit with pending buy orders for 2,742 shares on the BSE.

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