Check the list of Current IPOs that are open for subscription now! know how to open a demat account with 5paisa & start applying for these ipos immediately.
- Issue Date 27 Jan - 31 Jan
- Price Range ₹ 3112 to ₹3276/share
- IPO Size ₹ 20,000.00 Cr
- Min. Investment ₹ 12448
Initial Public Offering (IPO)
An IPO is a company’s way to list on one or more stock exchanges and seek money from investors. Once the IPO lists, traders and investors can buy shares from the open market. IPO listing follows a series of steps from appointing a merchant banker to allotting shares and refunding the money. IPOs may list at a premium (higher than the issue price) or a discount (lower than the issue price).
What are Current IPOs?
Current IPOs are IPOs that are currently open for subscriptions.
How do IPOs Work?
An IPO is launched by a company to get the money needed to run its business efficiently or reduce its debt. The issue may be a book building offering or a fixed price offering. In book building offering, investors bid within a price band, whereas in fixed price offering, the issue price is fixed. IPO investors have to wait until the listing date to sell the shares on the open market.
How to apply for IPO?
Login to your 5paisa account and select the issue in the
current IPO section
Enter the number of lots and price at which you wish to
Enter your UPI ID and click on submit. With this, your
bid will be placed with the exchange
You will receive a mandate notification to block funds in
your UPI app
Approve the mandate request on your UPI and funds
will be blocked
Subscription Status update for Current IPOs
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Tips to Increase your Chances of IPO Allotment
Applying with multiple Demat accounts is one of the best ways to increase the chances of IPO allotment. However, each investor can only apply for one IPO. You can also increase the IPO allotment chances by bidding at the cut-off price. Also, don’t wait for the last date of subscription since banks do not accept applications after 4 PM, and a technical glitch may spoil your prospects. And lastly, you can buy at least one share in the current IPO’s parent company (if any) to increase the odds of allotment.
Here’s the link to our blog on How to Increase Your Chances of IPO Allotment.
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Frequently Asked Questions
No IPOs are currently open for subscription. Keep an eye on this space to get all information about current IPOs.
Issue size refers to the minimum amount the company wishes to raise from the market. The issue size determines the price band, lot size, and minimum investment amount.
Generally, the company willing to list itself and the lead managers, such as syndicate members or merchant bankers, determine the price band of the IPO. Contrary to popular belief, SEBI does not have any say in fixing the price band of an IPO.
IPO prices are generally set by merchant bankers after evaluating the company's financial strengths, business risks, valuation, and public perception. Deciding the price is crucial since if the price is too high, the IPO may get a lukewarm response from investors.
5paisa offers you a comprehensive review of current and upcoming IPOs and publishes the issue open and close dates on its website.
An IPO can generate higher returns than many other investment instruments. For instance, when a company lists at a premium to its issue price, you may sell the shares instantly and take home your profits. Alternatively, if the company has a promising track record, you may stay invested longer to increase your profits.
You can use the 5paisa platform to invest in two types of current IPOs. The first is a new IPO, and the second is a Follow-on Public Offer (FPO). While an IPO is launched by an unlisted company, an FPO is launched by an already listed company.
An IPO or Initial Public Offering is launched by a company seeking funds for expanding its business, running its operations, or consolidating existing debt. An FPO or Follow-on Public Offer is launched by an already listed company seeking additional funds from investors.
An IPO generally remains open for three working days. However, if an IPO revises its price band, it can remain open for up to ten (10) days.