Largest Ipo In India 2020

Largest ipo in india 2020

Largest ipo in india 2020

This article lists the largest companies in India in terms of their revenue, net profit and total assets, according to the American business magazines Fortune and Forbes.

2019 Fortune list[edit]

The 50 largest companies by revenue in 2018 according to the Fortune Indian 500.[1]

Rank Name Industry Revenue
(in ₹ Crore)
Revenue growth Profits
(in ₹ Crore)
Headquarters State Controlled
1 Indian Oil CorporationOil and gas424,321 13.2% 22,189 New DelhiY
2 Reliance Industries LimitedOil and gas410,295 28.2% 36,075 Mumbai
3 Oil and Natural Gas CorporationOil and gas 333,143 11.0% 22,106 New Delhi Y
4 State Bank of IndiaBanking306,528 2.6% −4,556 Mumbai Y
5 Tata MotorsAutomotive301,175 7.9% 8,989 Mumbai
6 Bharat PetroleumOil and gas 238,638 13.7% 9,009 Mumbai Y
7 Hindustan PetroleumOil and gas 221,693 13.4% 7,218 Mumbai Y
8 Rajesh ExportsGems and jewellery187,748 22.5% 1,266 Bangalore
9 Tata SteelIron and steel147,192 25.3% 13,434 Mumbai
10 Coal IndiaMetals and mining132,897 5.3% 7,020 KolkataY
11 Tata Consultancy ServicesInfotech126,745 3.6% 25,826 Mumbai
12 Larsen & ToubroCapital goods122,743 10.6% 7,370 Mumbai
13 Hindalco IndustriesMetals and mining 120,428 15.5% 6,083 Mumbai
14 ICICI BankBanking 118,969 4.9% 7,712 Mumbai
15 Vedanta ResourcesMetals and mining 102,192 30.8% 10,342 London, UK
16 HDFC BankBanking 101,344 17.6% 18,510 Mumbai
17 Mahindra & MahindraAutomotive 96,377 12.2% 7,510 Mumbai
18 NTPC LimitedUtilities90,144 7.7% 10,544 New Delhi Y
19 Bharti AirtelTelecommunication86,704 13.0% 1,099 New Delhi
20 Maruti Suzuki IndiaAutomotive 81,978 15.6% 7,880 New Delhi
21 InfosysInfotech 73,762 3.1% 16,029 Bangalore
22 Nayara EnergyOil and gas 73,015 10.7% 576 Mumbai
23 HDFCFinancials72,596 18.9% 16,255 Mumbai
24 JSW Steel LtdIron and steel 70,148 22.6% 6,214 Mumbai
25 Axis BankBanking 58,477 1.5% 456 Mumbai Y
26 Steel Authority of IndiaIron and steel 57,626 28.8% −281 New Delhi Y
27 Punjab National BankBanking 57,608 0.7% −12,130 New Delhi Y
28 Grasim IndustriesDiversified 57,273 54.9% 2,679 Mumbai
29 WiproInfotech 56,986 1.6% 8,003 Bangalore
30 Motherson Sumi SystemsAutomotive 56,839 32.7% 1,597 Noida
31 GAILOil and gas 55,503 11.6% 4,799 New Delhi Y
32 Bank of BarodaBanking 54,048 3.1% −1,887 VadodaraY
33 HCL TechnologiesInfotech 51,695 6.3% 8,721 Noida
34 MRPLOil and gas 50,209 8.9% 1,993 MangaloreY
35 Canara BankBanking 48,743 1.2% −3,951 Bangalore Y
36 ITC LimitedConsumer goods44,674 1.6% 11,271 Kolkata
37 Bank of IndiaBanking 44,158 4.8% −5,961 Mumbai Y
38 General Insurance Corporation of IndiaInsurance43,555 38.9% 3,146 Mumbai Y
39 Kotak Mahindra BankBanking 38,813 14.2% 6,201 Mumbai
40 Union Bank of IndiaBanking 38,413 0.4% −5,212 Mumbai Y
41 Hindustan UnileverConsumer goods 36,088 7.1% 5,214 Mumbai
42 Vodafone IndiaTelecommunication 34,855 18.9% 7,766 Mumbai
43 Tata PowerUtilities33,213 12.8% 2,477 Mumbai
44 Chennai Petroleum CorporationOil and gas 33,187 20.0% 927 ChennaiY
45 Hero MotoCorpAutomotive 33,141 12.9% 3,720 New Delhi
46 Tech MahindraInfotech 32,190 7.6% 3,800 Pune
47 UltraTech CementCement32,106 23.7% 2,222 Mumbai
48 Petronet LNGOil and gas 30,949 23.9% 2,110 New Delhi Y
49 Power Grid Corporation of IndiaUtilities 30,908 16.1% 8,198 GurgaonY
50 Bajaj FinservFinancials 30,599 24.9% 2,741 Pune

2019 Forbes list[edit]

This list is based on the Forbes Global 2000, which ranks the world's 2,000 largest publicly traded companies.

Largest ipo in india 2020

The Forbes list takes into account a multitude of factors, including the revenue, net profit, total assets and market value of each company; each factor is given a weighted rank in terms of importance when considering the overall ranking.

The table below also lists the headquarters location and industry sector of each company. The figures are in billions of US dollars and are for the year 2018.

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All 57 companies from India in the Forbes 2000 are listed.[2]

See also[edit]

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