Mumbai: Just Dial, the leading local yellow pages provider, on Wednesday filed fresh public float documents with the markets regulator Sebi.

The company plans to sell around 9.5 million shares through the issue, it said in a statement.

But the company has not mentioned how much money it is planning to mop up and what it will do with the proceeds.

Just Dial had first filed the draft red herring prospectus with the Securities and Exchange Board for an initial public offer last August and was planning to raise over Rs 400 crore. But the plan got scrapped due to a sharp fall in the markets that affected appetite for new shares.

Citigroup Global Markets India and Morgan Stanley India company are the book running lead managers to the offer.

This July, the company had raised about Rs 251 crore from private equity investors Sequoia Capital India and SCI Growth Investments, the company said.

It further said at least 50 percent of the offer will be reserved for qualified institutional buyers and around 15 percent will be for non-institutional bidders and the rest will be reserved for retail investors.

(Agencies)

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