Apply for IPO and open the doors to potential profits on your investment. IPO is Initial Public Offering, when a privately held company’s shares are made available for sale to the public for the first time. It is a medium for companies to raise money for its various business operations or business expansion. Investors buy shares directly from the issuer company at the time of IPO through bidding. Post the initial offering, the shares get listed in the secondary market (stock exchange) and can be traded by the investors.
Steps to invest in IPO online through Bajaj Financial Securities
With Bajaj Financial Securities Limited, you can apply for IPO using your UPI id. Follow the below steps to apply:
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Avoid unauthorized transactions in your Demat/Trading Account. Update your email Ids/ mobile numbers with your Depository Participant/stock brokers. Check information/ alerts of your all debit/ transaction and other important transactions in your Demat /Trading Account directly from NSDL/CDSL/ Exchange at the end of the day.
No need to issue cheques by investors while subscribing to IPO. Just write the bank account number and sign in the application form to authorise your bank to make payment in case of allotment. No worries for refund; as the money remains in investor's account.
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Full form of IPO is Initial Public Offering. In IPO, a private company sells its shares to general public for the first time to raise capital for its various business operations or expansion.
Yes, Demat Account stores the shares you buy, in a digital format. You need to enter client Id and DPID pertaining to your Demat Account while applying for IPO.
A pre-defined quantity of shares that investors can apply for is called a Lot. The number of shares in a Lot is the Lot size. For instance, if an IPO has Lot size 30, you can apply for 30, 60, 90, 120 (and so on) number of shares.
One may get lesser number of shares than applied for, in case the shares get oversubscribed. If that happens, the blocked amount in the bank account will be debited to the extent of shares allotted and rest will be unblocked. In case of no allotment, full amount will be unblocked.
The allotted shares will be deposited to your Demat Account that was mentioned in IPO application form.
FPO is Follow-On Public Offer. Contrary to IPO, FPO is issued by a company already listed in the stock exchange with the aim to raise capital through issue of new shares for public subscription.
Issue price is the price of each equity share in the IPO. There are 2 variants of the IPOs: the Book Built IPO and Fixed Price IPO. In a Book Built IPO, investors are given a price range to bid within. In Fixed Price IPO, the issuer company fixes the price per share, and investors can buy shares at that price only.