Upcoming Buyback 2022, Share Buyback Offers NSE & BSE

Upcoming Buyback 2022 - Share buyback is a corporate action taken by the company to buy their own listed stock from the shareholders. The company provides a higher price than the current price of the shares with the finalization of the buyback record date. The shareholders who hold the shares of that companies are eligible to participate in the buyback. Here is the list of upcoming and active share buybacks list given below:

Upcoming Buyback 2022

Company Price Meeting Date Record Date
Birlasoft ₹500 23 May 22 -
CL Educate ₹170 23 May 22 Open Market
Cigniti Technologies ₹500 18 May 22 Open Market
Zydus Lifesciences ₹650 20 May 22 02 Jun 22
Asahi Songwon Colors ₹400 19 May 22 03 Jun 22
Motilal Oswal ₹1100 17 May 2022 27 May 22
Matrimony.com ₹1150 12 May 22 2022
SMC Global ₹115 09 May 22 Open Market
Indiamart ₹6250 28 Apr 22 11 May 22
Sinclairs Hotels ₹143 28 Apr 22 13 May 22
Sarda Energy & Minerals ₹1500 23 Apr 22 06 May 22
Gail ₹190 31 Mar 22 22 Apr 22
Filatex India ₹140 29 Mar 22 08 Apr 22
Atul Ltd ₹11000 25 Mar 22 Open Market
Pennar Industries ₹50 09 Mar 22 Open Market
TCS ₹4500 12 Jan 22 23 Feb 22
UPL ₹875 02 Mar 22 Open Market
Gulf Oil Lubricants ₹600 09 Feb 22 21 Feb 22
FDC Limited ₹475 09 Feb 22 19 Feb 22
KPR Mill ₹805 27 Jan 22 19 Feb 22
Mayur Uniquoters ₹650 08 Feb 22 23 Feb 22
Emami Limited ₹550 03 Feb 22 Open Market
Ajanta Pharma ₹2550 28 Dec 21 14 Jan 22
James Warren Tea ₹295 - 14 Jan 22
The Great Eastern Shipping ₹333 - -

Share Buyback 2021

Company Price Meeting Date Record Date
Cheviot Company ₹1725 04 Dec 21 17 Dec 21
Weizmann ₹60 - 10 Dec 21
MOIL Limited ₹205 10 Nov 21 -
AksharChem India ₹590 29 Oct 21 12 Nov 21
S H Kelkar ₹210 29 Oct 21 12 Nov 21
MPS Buyback 2021 ₹900 27 Oct 21 17 Dec 21
Nucleus Software ₹700 27 Nov 21 27 Nov 21
Shriram Pistons ₹1020 - 12 Aug 21
Rishiroop ₹125 27 Aug 21 09 Sep 21
Kaveri Seeds ₹850 25 Aug 21 -
eClerx Services ₹2850 13 Aug 21 30 Sep 21
Star Cement ₹150 13 Aug 21 26 Aug 21
R Systems ₹225 06 Aug 21 27 Aug 21
Balrampur Chini ₹410 09 Aug 21 Open Market
Tanla Platforms ₹1260 N/A Open Market
Goldiam Intl ₹1200 21 Jul 21 27 Oct 21
Nath Bio-Genes ₹- 24 Jun 21 -
Gandhi Special Tubes ₹550 22 Jun 21 31 Aug 21
Navneet Education ₹100 27 May 21 Open Market
Welspun India ₹120 14 May 21 26 May 21
Infosys ₹1750 14 Apr 21 Open Market
Insecticides India ₹575 30 Mar 21 Open Market
Aarti Drugs ₹1000 19 Mar 21 01 Apr 21
Quick Heal ₹245 10 Mar 21 03 May 21
Jagran Prakashan ₹60 02 Mar 21 -
Nava Bharat Ventures ₹100 01 Mar 21 -
Savita Oil Technologies ₹1400 19 Feb 21 05 Mar 21
SIS Limited ₹550 15 Feb 21 09 Apr 21
Gujarat Apollo ₹222 13 Feb 21 26 Feb 21
Suprajit Engineering ₹320 10 Feb 21 22 Feb 21
VRL Logistics ₹300 06 Feb 21 -
Atul ₹7250 29 Jan 21 -
Freshtrop Fruits ₹90 29 Jan 21 -
National Aluminium ₹57.50 27 Jan 21 08 Feb 21
Gail ₹150 15 Jan 21 28 Jan 21
Bharat Rasayan ₹11500 12 Jan 21 15 Mar 21
Archidply ₹37 06 Jan 21 19 Jan 21

Why do Companies go for Buyback?

There are 2 types of offers the companies come up with share buyback that are tender offer and open market offer. The investors can participate in the buyback offer till the window is open. Generally, the company gives a higher value of the share in the buyback. Let's see one of the share buyback examples here: If ABC Limited is coming up with a buyback offer, they will make an offer at a price of Rs.1000 against the current price of Rs.600. So basically the investors will get the Rs.400 premium against the holding price. The investors who do not have the stocks in their Demat can buy it before the record date set by the company.
 
The companies mainly go for the share buyback for the below reasons.
  • They want to reduce the number of shares in the open market.
  • The company feels that the share price is undervalued.
  • To improve the Company's Shareholder values.
  • To Boost share price in the open market.
  • The company has Additional Cash in Hand.
To be a part of the buyback shareholder might be presented with a tender offer when he or she needs to submit all or a portion of the shares within the given time frame. Companies repurchase the shares from the open market and over the time frame at a certain time or at regular intervals. Company buyback shares with cash in hand or can fund buyback by taking debt as well