An IPO application form can be procured from a syndicate office member of the IPO or a stockbroker. You can download and print the IPO forms.

There are about 5 IPO applications that can submit through online net banking from one bank account. However, the number can change immensely from one bank to another.

Have you ever wondered id a minor can apply for an IPO? Yes, a minor can apply for an IPO given that he/she has a PAN card and a Demat account.

Only one PAN card can be used for one application. No matter how many different savings account details you might utilize, if there is the same PAN number in more than two applications, then all of them would be revoked.

Yes, you can apply for an IPO applciation under a minor or HUF's name, provided they have different PAN card numbers.

Subscribing for an IPO with multiple accounts, avoiding last-day applications, and choosing minimum bids are few ways to increase IPO allotment chances.

ASBA or Application Supported by Blocked Amount is an alternative payment method to apply or bid for an IPO. However, it is currently available to only the Retail Individual Investors and you also need to fulfill certain requirements for the same.

ASBA stands for Applications Supported by Blocked Amount, which is an alternative payment method to apply for an IPO. Let's go through some more details on it.

Selling the IPO shares on the first day of its listing could get you considerable postive gains. But there is a higher chance for the prices to rise and even fall if you wait for a more extended period.

You can sell your shares of an IPO through the stockbroker application or website. Let's see what's the simple process to sell the shares you hold.

Yes, you can apply for an IPO application on Sunday as well but through an online application. But, you need to keep few points in mind before doing that.

IPO is alloted by following the pre-defined rule laid down by the SEBI. When an IPO is oversubscribed it gets allocated by considering the minimum lot size. If still not solved, then a computerized draw of lots is conducted.

Yes, it is mandatory to have a PAN number to apply for an IPO since July 2006 as per Securities and exchange board of India (SEBI).

It is the document issued by the owner of the IPO for share allocated as per the regulatory guidelines in an IPO. This contains all the crucial details about the Initial Public Offering.

No, the application process for an IPO can be availed with zero brokerage fees. Applying in an IPO is free of cost and you don't have to bear a fee.

No, IPO allotment doesn't work like that. It is not dependent on who applied first, rather it is based on the total issue demand. There isn't a formula but a set process based on which the shares get allotted to different category of applicants.

If a lot of investors show their interest in an IPO, then it is allocated through lottery and in case of a small number of potential investors SEBI defined norms are followed.

An IPO or Initial Public Offering is where for the first time an earlier unlisted company sells new or existing securities and offers them to the public in the primary market.

There are few documents such as a photocopy of the IPO applciation, cheque copy, and the reference number of applciation if submitted online.

Minimum order quantity stands for the minimum amount of shares that have to be purchased to secure an IPO investment. However, an investor purchasing bare minimum shares in a package are coined as market lot size.