Indian wire and cable maker RR Kabel, backed by private equity firm TPG, filed for an initial public offering on Sunday, seeking to raise up to USD 27.53 million, according to its draft prospectus filed to India’s market regulator and seen by Reuters.
RR Kabel, India’s fifth largest branded wires and cable manufacturer, plans to use funds raised through the IPO to repay or prepay borrowings, in part or in full, from banks and financial institutions, according to the prospectus.
It did not say what percentage of its equity it planned to float or on which exchange.
TPG Asia VII SF Pte Ltd, a US-based private equity firm, holds a 20.99 per cent stake in RR Kabel and will sell some of its stake in the IPO, the prospectus shows.
RR Kabel’s business is primarily business-to-consumer sales of wires and cable products.