IPO or ‘New Issues’ is it is better known, are a source of great enthusiasm and excitement among investors across the country. At PRS IPO Desk, we carefully analyze, prepare research notes and recommend IPO for our clients to invest in.
Our IPO Team does rigorous analysis on the quality of new issue, the company’s track record and its business plans. More importantly, it critically evaluates the pricing of the issue and its friendliness. Given the background and experience of PRS RESEARCH TEAM we are able to identify the Quality issues out of a series of new issues that hit the market.
Introduction Type of IPOs Online IPO
Book Building and Fixed Price Issue are the two types of Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) through which a public company can raise money in the capital market.
In a book building public issue the bids are received at different price levels and the demand for the issue is built up over a period of time. Depending upon the bids received at different price levels the issue price is ascertained. In a fixed price issue the issue price is pre ascertained by the issuer.
Types of IPO
There are two types of IPOs
“Book Building” means a process undertaken by which a demand for the securities proposed to be issued by a body corporate is elicit and built up and the price of the security is assessed on the basis of the bids obtained for the quantum of securities offered for subscription by the issuer. This method provides an opportunity to the market to discover the price for securities. In case of a fixed price issue the issue price is fixed.
MOSL facilitates the IPO application for all of its clients through online platform. Using the Online IPO service, an existing can apply for the IPO using
How to apply in IPOs?
- One needs to have a demat account
- Make available the copy of PAN card
Other basic essentials such as address proof, bank details and the contact details. In India this is the first step to investing. Many active investors started their stock market journey by investing in IPOs. But those were the days of controller of capital issues and shares were allotted at face value.
Today since there is a book building process and all IPOs are freely prices it helps to understand the risks involved by investing in an IPO.
MOSL has the best of both the worlds for IPO. It has on of the distribution network of outlets. Once the shares are allotted they can be sold at the same outlet.
At the same time PRS has a very convenient online trading platform through which you can invest in IPOs in three easy steps.