The initial public offer (IPO) means a private company comes to offer the stake to the public via IPO and become a public company. In the other term, we can say the company that is Private Limited becomes Limited after IPO. They hire investment bankers to handle the Initial Public Offer process. They file DRHP to SEBI and after the approval, they file RHP which will be the final process for the IPO.
Why should a company go for an initial public offering IPO?
Every company needs to expand their business. As per the valuations, the company comes with an Initial Public Offerings for the public with a price band that are decided by the merchant bankers.
Why initial public offering is important?
The IPO is a very important part for the companies as they are selling their stake to the public. The company gets the liquidity from the public and then they use this money to expand their business as proposed in the RHP.
Can I buy IPO without Demat account?
The answer is No. As the SEBI rules an individual needs a Demat Account to apply for an IPO.
Are IPOs a good investment?
Yes, IPO is a good investment for the short term and the long term as well. The company whose financial situation is very good and the demand is high, investors should go for those IPOs.
What are the upcoming IPOs 2021 in India?
The companies that get SEBI’s go-ahead will come with an IPO. There are the companies that are coming with Upcoming IPOs 2021 in India might be PayTM, Zomato, Aadhar Housing Finance, India Pesticide, Dodla Dairy, Arohan Financial Services, Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences, Utkarsh Small Finance Bank, Paras Defence and Space Technologies, Rolex Rings, EXXARO Tiles, Jana Small Finance Bank, Clean Science and Technologies, Seven Islands Shipping, Sigachi Industries, Jaikumar Constructions, NCDEX, Esaf Small Finance Bank, Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels, Mukesh Trends Lifestyle, Puranik Builders, Montecarlo, Shri Bajrang Power and Ispat, Seaborne Logistics, GoAir, LIC of India, Nykaa, Bajaj Energy, Shyam Steel, Annai Infra Developers, Samhi Hotels and Studds Accessories.
How to Track Upcoming Initial Public Offerings (IPOs)?
One can browse the upcoming IPOs list from our portal or search in Google about “Upcoming IPOs” and it will give an idea which is the IPOs are coming soon.
Which IPO is open today?
The current IPOs open are Windlas Biotech (04-06 August), Devyani International (04-06 August), Krsnaa Diagnostics (04-06 Aug), Exxaro Tiles (04-06 Aug), Nuvoco Vistas (09-11 Aug), CarTrade Tech (09-11 Aug), Aptus Value Housing (10-12 Aug) and Chemplast Sanmar (10-12 Aug).
Can you sell an IPO immediately?
There are 2 ways you can sell your IPO application. One is the grey market where you can see your application at a price or wait for the IPO to list and if you have been allotted the stocks then you can sell it via your trading account on the same day.
How do I sell an IPO on a listing day?
Either you call your broker to sell your stock which you get on the allotment or you can do it via the online trading app of your Demat account provider.
Which are the largest / biggest IPOs in India?
The biggest IPOs in India all time are Coal India ₹15199 crores (2010), Reliance Power ₹11563 crores (2008), General Insurance Corporation ₹11175 crores (2017), SBI Cards ₹10355 crores (2020), The New India Assurance 9600 crores (2017), Zomato ₹9375 crores (2021), DLF ₹9187 crores (2007), HDFC Standard Life Insurance ₹8695 crores (2017), Cairn India ₹8616 crores (2006), Gland Pharma ₹6480 crores (2020), ICICI Pru. Life ₹6057 crores (2016), NHPC ₹6039 crores (2009), IRB InvIT Fund IPO ₹5921 crores (2017), ICICI Lombard General Insurance ₹5700 crores (2017), Embassy Office Parks REIT ₹4750 crores (2020), IRFC ₹4633 crores (2021), Bandhan Bank ₹4473 crores (2018), Hindustan Aeronautics ₹4144 crores (2018), ICICI Securities ₹4017 crores (2018).