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    Frequently Asked Questions

    An IPO, or initial public offering, is the process through which a private company offers its shares to the public for the first time. This process enables the company to become publicly traded and list on exchanges. Companies release IPOs to raise capital from investors. Companies can use the funds raised from an IPO for various purposes, including business expansion, debt repayment, infrastructure improvement, and digitalization. Companies must share information with prospective investors about their plans for utilizing the funds raised through an IPO. Subscribing to an IPO may provide investors with the opportunity to profit from listing gains, as the IPO units typically come at a discounted price. However, we always advise investors to read the Red Hearing prospectus, conduct thorough research, or consult with an advisor before making an investment decision. An application for an IPO subscription doesn't guarantee allotment of the shares to every investor, as it works on the lottery system.

    Any adult investor, i.e., 18 years old or older, can invest in an IPO. All you need is a valid Pan Card and a valid Demat account. If you want to buy or sell the allotted stocks further, you will also need a trading account.

    • 1. Registrar Website: The registrars are the entities that allocate the IPOs; you can find their details in an IPO form or a red-herring prospectus. Visit their website and select the specific IPO you're looking for from their menu. To check the allotment status, you will need your PAN or IPO application number, as well as your Demat account number.
    • 2. BSE and NSE websites: You can visit the BSE or NSE websites and search for the status of the issue application. To get the information, you can select the IPO and key in your PAN details.
    • 3. Direct link from the company: The company that is issuing the IPOs may also provide a link for you to check the allotment status; this is usually given on their website or investor communication.

    An IPO calendar gives you the details of upcoming, open, and closed IPOs so that you can stay updated on the ones you can research and take advice to apply for. 

    IPO price bands are the ranges in which companies indicate the lower and upper limits of each share's value. This allows investors to bid on an IPO in that range. The lower value is usually called the floor price at which bids can be made. 

    The lot size of an IPO is the minimum number of stocks an investor has to buy to be eligible to apply for the IPO. The issuing company predetermines the lot size, which varies for each IPO. The issuing company specifies the minimum and maximum number of lots an investor can apply for in the IPO form to ensure a larger distribution of the shares. 

    You need to open an account with Chola Securities. Start by downloading the Chola Securities App (available on the App Store and Play Store), or you can visit our website and start your application. All you need is a PAN card, Aadhaar card, and a valid bank account to start your investing journey. We always keep our clients posted on the latest IPOs, and you can apply for the ones you are interested in. 

    Not all issuing companies allow IPO applications from minors. You need to check the Red Herring prospectus (RHP) or the IPO form for eligibility. 

    The form includes the IPO start date and the Red Herring prospectus. These details can also be found in our IPO section, or through your demat and trading account provider.

    Pre-apply for an IPO is applying for the issue even before the IPO is open for application. Check with your demat account provider to see if they offer this service.