Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) announced several companies ready to list its shares (IPO) in 2021 and can be considered by the investors - Photo by Antara

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) – Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) announced several companies ready to list its shares (IPO) in 2021 and can be considered by the investors. The potential issuers are PT Sanghiang Perkasa, PT Widodo Makmur Unggas, PT Amman Mineral Nusatenggara, PT Dayamitra Telekomunikasi (Mitratel), PT Bank Net Indonesia Syariah, PT Veritra Sentosa Internasional, Tokopedia, and several portfolios of PT MDI Ventures.

Bank Net Indonesia Syariah, previously known as PT Bank Maybank Syariah Indonesia, aims to releases 5 billion shares or equivalent to 37.90 percent of issued and paid-up capital. Director of the lender, Basuki Hidayat, said the company set the IPO share around Rp103 – Rp105 a unit and possible to raises Rp525 billion.

Then, Widodo Makmur set the IPO price in the range of Rp142 to Rp200 a share and potential to reap up to Rp2 trillion (US$142.86 million). The animal feed producer plans to release 5.92 billion shares or 35 percent of the issued and paid up capital.

Other company is Mitratel, a subsidiary of PT Telkom Indonesia Tb (IDX: TLKM), at the end of this year or no later than the first quarter of 2022. In addition, Veritra Sentosa Internasional owned by cleric Yusuf Mansur, the head of the Daarul Qur’an Islamic Boarding School and also the owner of  PT Paytren Aset Manajemen.

Early January, three companies just arrived at the stock trading board, namely PT FAP Agri Tbk (IDX: FAPA), PT DCI Indonesia Tbk (IDX: DCII), and PT Diagnos Laboratorium Utama Tbk (IDX: DGNS). The total values of the IPOs worth of Rp1.20 trillion.

FAP Agri will become the first listed company in this year after offered a total of 544.41 million shares or 15 percent of the issued and paid-up capital with offering price of Rp1,840 a unit and will obtain fresh funds Rp1 trillion. The issuer engaged in the palm oil industry and run the plantations and processing facilities through its subsidiaries in East Kalimantan, North Kalimantan, and Riau.

While, DCI Indonesia, a trade, service and investment firm, released 357.56 million new shares or equal to 15 percent of its paid-up and issued capital, with an offering price of Rp420 pa share and potential reaped Rp150.17 billion. Then, Diagnos Laboratorium obtained Rp50 billion after offered shares at Rp200 per unit.

The operator of Bundamedik Healthcare System, which has been established since 2007, focusing on laboratory services. In 2020, the unit, Diagnos Laboratorium Utama, will take a role in reducing the spread of COVID-19 by organizing PCR examinations.

The IDX targeting 30 companies to take the floor in 2021, lowered than last year’ IPOs number about 51 companies. On Friday, chairman of the Financial Services Authority, Wimboh Santoso, reported that during 2020, the Indonesian capital market managed Rp118.7 trillion in fundraising from 53 issuers.

US$1: Rp14,000

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