A General Study on IPO in India
Author(s):
Mamtha Huded
Keywords:
Floor price, issue price, red herring prospectus, listing date, over subscription, under subscription, lot size, book building process, underwriter.
Abstract
Initial public offering (IPO) is the process by which a firm sells its equity shares to the public for the first time. One of the challenges for the investors is to evaluate the pricing of the IPOs because IPO firms do not have historical price information. Various theories have been developed by the researchers from time to time explaining why the offering price of IPOs is set well below the first day trading price. In today’s fast moving and dynamic world, short-term investors face difficulty while choosing which avenue to invest in. The article is about the general study done on the IPO in India. How does it work in India? What is the process to be followed in IPO? It also contains the information like the objectives of the IPO, advantages and limitations of the IPO and also the factors which influences the functioning of the IPO in India.
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 153713

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 8

Page(s): 1 - 4
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