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Issue size

Upto Rs. 1100 cr

Issue Period

Dec 21 - Dec 23, 2021

Price band

Rs. 205 to Rs. 216

Market lot / Multiples


Issue Timeline

Bidding period

Dec 21 - Dec 23, 2021


Dec 28, 2021

Refund Initiation

Dec 29, 2021

Share Crediting

Dec 30, 2021


Dec 31, 2021

CMS Info Systems Ltd Company Overview

India’s largest cash management company based on number of ATM points and number of retail pick-up points as of March 31, 2021. (Source: Frost & Sullivan).

Cater to broad set of outsourcing requirements for banks, financial institutions, organized retail and e-commerce companies in India.

Operate business in three segments: cash management services, managed services and others.

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Strengths & Risks associated

Top 0 Strengths

  • 1

    Leading player in a consolidating market with strong fundamentals

    Despite India having one of the lowest ATM penetration rates in the world, India is the third largest ATM market in the world based on number of installed ATMs, after China and the United States, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.16% from 255,000 as of March 31, 2021 to 365,000 as of March 31, 2027. (Source: Frost & Sullivan ; Company DRHP).

  • 2

    Pan-India footprint with deep penetration in growing markets

    As of March 31, 2021, of the total number of ATM points the cash management business serviced, 22.61% were metro, 15.48% were semi-metro and 61.90% were semi-urban and rural (Source: Company DRHP).

  • 3

    Longstanding customer relationships leading to increased business opportunities

    In the ATM cash management business, the company has had relationships with six of the 12 largest MSP customers for more than ten years. In the retail cash management business, there are relationships with their nine largest customers for more than 10 years.

Top 0 risks

  • 1

    Business is highly dependent on the banking sector in India

    Any adverse development with respect to Indian banks that adversely affects their utilisation of and demand for cash management services or their deployment or utilisation of ATMs could have an adverse effect on the business of CMS Info Systems.

  • 2

    Business is exposed to operational risks for which they have incurred and expect to continue to incur risk costs and penalties

    Exposed to various operational risks- including armed robbery, end-customer or third-party fraud, theft or embezzlement by employees or personnel provided by third-party service providers and third-party security service providers.


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