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Planify is a startup company that is focused to build India's first Marketplace in the Private Equity Market.
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Face Value


Total Share


Total Income

₹15,087.14 L

Profit After Tax

₹825.41 L







Market Capitalisation

₹832.50 Cr

Enterprise Value

₹831.91 Cr

Book Value


Intrinsic Value


Earnings Yield

0.99 %




Investment Banking


Start up Funding

Cashflow - Operations

₹51.06 L

Cashflow - Financing

₹10.40 L

Planify Growth

Compounded Sales Growth

  • 8913.00%

    1 Year

  • 1976.02%

    2 Year

  • 2002.85%

    3 Year

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Compounded Profit Growth

  • 2503.53%

    1 Year

  • 1534.12%

    2 Year

  • 601.45%

    3 Year

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Return On Equity

  • 187.93%


  • 118.07%


  • 64.34%


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About Planify

  • Planify is a fintech startup that is focused to build India's first Marketplace for Private Equity. It offers pre-IPO equities, portfolio management services, a fund-raising platform which includes start-up business valuation, research report database, secondary share sales, and a platform for selling ESOPs and businesses, among other things. 
  • It helps startups and entrepreneurs for fundraising by providing seed funding, start-up funding, and growth funding through accredited investors. It offers pre-IPO, Upcoming IPO & private equity through secondary share sales. It helps employees unlock their net worth by liquidating ESOP of employees, pool of employees, or startup ESOP sale program. It offers to sell the startup and business to help founders make an exit and pass the baton to the new founders.
  • Majorly Planify deals with Retail investors, dealers, channel partners and startups for its services.
  • Planify was incorporated on 19th November'18, in Gurugram.

  • Planify IPO Details

Planify Capital Limited is not a listed company and there is no update for Upcoming IPO

  • Planify Subsidiaries

Franchisees of Planify

  • In June 2019, the company established its 1st franchisee in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh.
  • In August 2020, the company established its 2nd franchisee in Udaipur, Rajasthan.
  • In February 2022, the company established its 3rd franchisee in Pitampura, Delhi. 

Planify Business Model

  • Planify provide Pre IPO shares, upcoming IPO, delisted shares, shares not traded on exchange and private equity shares at best price to investors to make the exchange of hands in the private equity market simple and gain amazing profits.
  • It helps companies in raising funds, selling their businesses and also helps employees in selling their ESOPs, with the help of vast network of its investors.
  • Planify Revenue Segmentation

  • Sale of Unlisted Shares
  • Other Income
  • Planify Product & Services


  • Selling Unlisted Stocks
  • Seed Funding 
  • Startup Funding
  • Growth Funding
  • Selling Startups
  • Selling ESOPs

  • Planify Assets

  • As of Mar'2022, the company has laptop as fixed asset of worth Rs.2.06 Lakhs.
  • Planify Industry Overview

Industry Statistics

Planify is a Fintech startup. It engages in the sale of secondary shares and also supports firms in raising cash by assisting them in determining the fair value of the company by pitching it to its investor base. These two operations create the majority of the company's income.
Fintech refers to the incorporation of technology into financial services organisations' offerings in order to improve their use and delivery to customers. According to BFSI, India is one of the world's fastest growing Fintech markets. Over the last five years, more than 67 percent of India's 2,100+ FinTechs have been founded. Money availability, the emergence of technology, favourable demographics, government aid, and other variables are all essential contributors in this growth, with the quick rate of digital revolutions being one of the fundamental drivers. The institutionalisation of assets is one of the key drivers of this remarkable rise in fintech.

Secondary Unlisted Shares Sale

  • Unlisted shares/stocks are those that are not listed on conventional stock exchanges. Unlisted shares are riskier than listed shares since their liquidity is limited because they are not listed. They are less transparent, but their valuations are more solid.
  • Unlisted shares are traded over-the-counter (OTC), which means that buyers and sellers trade the instruments directly without the need of intermediaries. Unlisted shares have been the subject of debate regarding their official classification as an asset class. However, the bulk of wealth management businesses and banks have quickly adopted it, putting all concerns to rest.
  • The unlisted stock market is a "safer" investment option than the listed market since it attracts primarily long-term investors, rather than traders. This is due to the inherent qualities of the market, which are movement, growth, and regulation. As a result, it shields this market from large-scale panic selling.

Fund Raising

  • The Indian Private Equity (PE)/Venture Capital (VC) industry entered the mainstream between 2011 and 2020. During this decade, PE/VC investments expanded at a 19% CAGR, with the total value of PE/VC investments reaching $232.4 billion.
  • Dedicated PE/VC fundraising in India was on the rise until 2019. Fundraising, however, slowed for two years as a result of the pandemic (2020-2021). This trend appears to be reversing, with US$3 billion fundraise in January 2022.
  • Investments done by PE/VCs in January'22 totaled US$4.5 Bn, which shows a 2.8-fold increase from US$1.6 Bn investments done in January'21 and the number of transactions took place in January'22 was 117, which increased by 43% from January'21 (82 transactions)
  • In January'22, start-up investments in India accounted for 68 percent of all PE/VC investments, with a total value of US$3.1 billion across 85 transactions (compared to US$700 million across 57 transactions in January'21). 
  • Over the last five years, India has raised $44.6 billion in allotted funds. However, due to the pandemic, fundraising halted for two years (2020-21). This trend looks to be reversing, with $3 billion raised in January 2022.
  • Planify's curation arose from a desire to offer cutting-edge technology to the $42 billion fundraising business and the $77 billion unorganised private equity market. This young company aspires to capture the largest market possible by offering a solution that has never been seen in India before. The goal is to become India's go-to destination for entrepreneurship and startups.

Future Prospects

  • India is expected to be the fourth largest private wealth market globally by 2028.
  • Indian stock broking industry is expected to clock a healthy growth on an aggregate basis, small-and-mid-sized brokerage companies are expected to face greater operational and funding challenges, which could have a bearing on their performance in terms of growth and profitability.
  • Low-cost trading, deeper penetration of smartphones, faster internet, and simplification of trading applications will make it possible for an increasing percentage of people across age groups to trade with ease. 
  • We expect India’s FDI friendly policies will continue to attract investments in the private market space. India is well positioned to benefit from the abundance of young population & talent, a trusted regulatory environment with strong governance & market infrastructure, attractive returns and a vibrant investor community.
  • Significant reasons to invest in unlisted market to gain good future prospects include: Unlisted Shares provide effective avenues of diversification, they offer stability in terms of long-term returns, their Lucrative post-IPO returns, near real-time portfolio liquidity. All this and more are giving long-term investors enough fodder to break the traditional norms of investing in unlisted stocks with the only objective of seeing them go public. 

Government Initiatives

  • Government has taken several measures to increase investment inflows in Fintech sector. The Pradhan Mantri Jan DhanYojana (PMJDY) has been targeted at increasing financial inclusion in India by helping in new bank account enrollment of beneficiaries for direct benefits transfer and accessibility to a host of financial services applications. This has enabled Fintech startups to build technology products to penetrate the large consumer base in India.
  • In February 2022, the Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs Ms. Nirmala Sitharaman proposed to allocate Rs. 1,00,000 (US$ 13.37 billion) to assist states in overall investments.
  • In August 2021, Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi stated that investors’ response has been noteworthy for start-ups in India, indicating that the country has substantial growth opportunities in this area. As of FY22 Over 14,000 new start-ups were recognised by the government, and 61,400 start-ups are there in India. India is the 3rd largest start-up ecosystem in the world and shows great potential in the future. This will raise the demand for fund raising as well, and will impact the mediators business positively.

Planify Strengths

  • Planify has become a marketplace for private equity space in India which is predicted to develop dramatically in the next years. As more companies enter the market each year, the demand for financing rises, possibly offering up a slew of new prospects for the organization.
  • The company has entered the fund-raising segment and has already collaborated with a number of companies in this regard.
  • The company has grown at an exponential rate in a relatively short period of time. Its revenue has increased by approximately 907.2% since FY21.

Planify Shortcomings

  • The company doesn't have recognized presence in fundraising segment, while it has many establish peers, so it will be a challenge for the company to compete with them.

Planify Opportunities

  • Planify is entering the start-up and growth company fundraising market, which is expected to grow significantly in the coming years. As more startups enter the market each year, the demand for funds rises, potentially opening up a slew of new opportunities for the company.
  • The private equity market is growing continuously, which gives it a lot of room to grow, also as per reports India is expected to be the fourth largest private wealth market globally by 2028.
  • The company expects to grow its investors in private equity market to 50,000+ by FY2023.

Planify Threats

  • Peers of the company in unlisted market are growing day by day, this may create a threat for the company to remain at one of the top positions in the market.
  • The company has entered in fundraising segment, which is already a established market, so it may become a hard task for them to strengthen their presence there.
  • Currently market sentiment is down, which may affect sale of shares through company.
  • Currently rules and protocols in unlisted market are not defined, but as government will take initiative for the same, business model of the company may get affected.
Planify Rating


    Strong Buy

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