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What is an initial public offering (IPO)?

Initial public offering (IPO) can simply be defined as the process in which a private company offers its share to the public for the first time, and in turn, becomes a publicly-traded company. Through this process of IPO, the company can raise its equity capital.

How does an IPO work?

  •  Private companies that have achieved the ‘unicorn status’ in their growth trajectory, generally decide on ‘going public’. 

  •  In India, the process of IPO is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Board (SEBI), so the first step is to register with SEBI.

  •  After submitting all the required documents and on receiving approval from SEBI, the company is required to determine the share price and the number of shares it plans to issue.

  •  Following this, the company must choose between the two types of IPO issues- Fixed price IPO and Book Building IPO. 

  • After IPO valuation, the company’s shares are made public.

Procedure for investing in IPO


The first step in investing in an IPO is choosing a suitable IPO. One can refer to IPO watch or IPO calendar for the list of latest IPOs. After choosing the IPO of your interest, there are simple steps that need to be followed:

  • Let your investors apply for IPO through your own App.

  • We provide you the technology though which you can make your own IPO   investment app.

  • Fill the form with all the required details including personal, bank, and DEMAT account details.

  • Provide details about the total investment amount.

  • The shares will be allotted to an individual within 10 days of closing of the offer.

  • Click on submit, the process is completed and the bid will be placed with the exchange.

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