IPO Allotment Status

IPO allotment status gives investors the details about the number of shares allotted to them in an IPO.

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Allotment is an essential part of the IPO process, and knowing exactly how it functions will help you understand what to expect from your investment.

Investors receive an IPO allotment status during the allotment procedure. The notifications reveal the timeline and provide information on the allocation process. It helps investors make more informed choices.  

What is IPO allotment?

An Initial Public Offering (IPO) is the process by which companies go public by selling their shares to investors over a stock exchange. Many companies choose to sell their shares this way as it allows them to raise money quickly and at a low cost. The number of shares sold depends on the amount available and currently owned by the company.

In a nutshell, IPO allotment divides a company's stock into a certain number of shares, which is then eligible for sale to investors. Allotment usually takes place at the time of an Initial Public Offering.

The IPO allotment status will allow investors to see the number of stocks allotted to them or if they have been allotted to them. At the end of the allotment period, the company then offers the remaining unsold shares for sale to other investors. The unsold shares fall into the "restricted" share category. Trading these restricted shares is not permitted after the allotment period has passed and the company has listed them for sale. 

What is the Procedure for IPO Allotment of Shares?

The procedure for allocating shares in an IPO differs depending on whether one class (common stock) or more than one class of securities (such as common and preferred stock) is being sold. Regardless, the allotment procedure occurs following the receipt of all investor orders but before the trade commences on the exchange.

Allotment of shares in an IPO happens before the actual issuance of shares. It entails calculating the share distribution for each investor as well as the total cost of acquiring the shares. It is also essential to ensure that all investors are aware of this process, as it's one of the most critical steps in the investment process.

The procedure to allocate shares in an IPO can vary from company to company, but some general guidelines apply to most situations.

The first step in this process is for the company's board of directors to determine how many shares they want to sell. Then, they'll need to decide who should receive these shares. The lottery system applies here In most cases. A certain number of shares are allotted to specific investors based on their request.

How to Check IPO Allotment Status?

Investors can check the IPO subscription status via the IPO registrar like Link Intime or KFintech. To check the IPO subscription status the investor will require his PAN card number, IPO application number, and Demat account number. If the shares are allotted the investor will get the details under the search button on the registrar website or BSE website.

The IPO allotment is been processed by the IPO registrar on the basis of allotment. The IPO allotment status will be available once the registrar finalizes the allotment and it will appear under the IPO Name that was applied by the investors. The investors get information via Email and SMS shared by BSE, NSE, CDSL, and NSDL.

How IPO Allotment is Calculated?

IPO allotment calculation is published by the registrar on the IPO basis of the allotment document. Investors can check it by visiting the website of registrar once the allotment is done.

IPO Basis of Allotment is a document published by the registrar of an IPO after finalizing the share allocation based on regulatory guidelines. This document provides information about the demand for the IPO stock.

The ratio of the allotment is a critical factor for IPOs oversubscribed multiple times. It shows how many applicants will receive a single lot of shares among a certain number of applicants. For example, ratio 1:8 means only one out of eight applicants received one lot of shares; ratio value 'FIRM' means all the applicants are eligible to receive a certain amount of shares.

Frequently Asked Questions

The IPO allotment process depends on how the IPO receives a response from the investors. If the IPO is undersubscribed, it means that investors may get allotted all the lots for which they have applied. If the IPO is oversubscribed, it means that the allocation of shares to the retail investor happens through a computerized process.

Here are some sure-shot ways to get an allotment for IPO:

  1. Avoid a big number of application

  2. Apply early for the IPO

  3. Always bid at cut-price

  4. Avoid mistakes while filling in the details

The allotment status is available online on the registrar's website. An investor can check allotment status by entering their PAN Number or the IPO allocation number.

There are no charges for the refund of the money. When an investor applies for an IPO online, the application amount is blocked in their respective account. The investor cannot withdraw that amount. This amount will be locked till the allotment is finalized for an IPO. In case, if the person is applying offline through a cheque then the refund process starts after the finalization of the basis of allotment.

IPO allotment status gets updated online. To know the status of the bid, visit the registrar's website. You will get the option to search by entering your PAN, DP Id, or application number.

As per the latest SEBI guidelines for the large-cap IPOs, the IPO allotment process will take at most 1 week. The registrars should release the IPO allotment as per the SEBI rules within 7 days after the IPO close.

No, the allotment of IPO shares does not occur on a first-come, first-served basis. It primarily depends on how investors have responded to the IPO. If the IPO hasn’t received a good response and is under-subscribed, then you may get as many lots as you have applied for. If it is oversubscribed owing to high demand from investors, then the share allocation to retail investors depends on the total number of shares available in the retail quota divided by the minimum lot size. In this case, shares may be allocated as a lucky draw.

There are a few ways to increase your chances of getting an IPO allotment.

1.    Avoid larger-sized applications
2.    Apply for the IPO early
3.    Avoid any mistakes in your IPO application
4.    Hold parent company shares
5.    Place multiple applications with multiple Demat accounts

Investors can check the IPO subscription status via the IPO registrar like Link Intime or KFintech. To check the IPO subscription status, the investor will require their PAN card number, IPO application number, and Demat account number.

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