Upcoming IPO 2021, Recent & Upcoming IPO List in India

Upcoming IPO:- There are more than 20 companies that have launched their IPO till July 2021 Like Windlas Biotech, Devyani International, Krsnaa Diagnostics, CarTrade, Exxaro Tiles, Zomato and Rolex Rings.

List of Upcoming IPO in September 2021

Upcoming IPO Open Date Close Date Price
Sansera Engineering IPO
14 Sep 2021 16 Sep 2021 734-744 Rs
Paras defence and space technologies IPO
21 Sep 2021 23 Sep 2021 165-175 Rs
Aditya Birla AMC IPO
29 Sep 2021 1 Oct 2021 695-712 Rs
Ruchi Soya FPO
Sep 2021

List of Upcoming IPO 2021

The Below list of upcoming IPO in India in 2021 that may be listed this year. The firms on the list have previously submitted DRHPs with SEBI, and a handful of them have received clearance from the regulator.

Upcoming IPO Open Date Close Date Price
Paytm IPO
2021
Policybazaar IPO
2021
Adani Wilmar IPO
2021
MobiKwik IPO
2021
LIC IPO
2021
Penna Cement IPO
2021
Harsha Engineers IPO
2021
Shriram Properties IPO
2021

Upcoming IPO FAQ Question

  • What is IPO?

The process through which a private firm or organization becomes public by selling a portion of its share to investors is known as an initial public offering (IPO).

An IPO is often started to infuse fresh equity money into the business, to allow simple trading of current assets, to raise funds for the future, or to monetize existing stakeholders’ interests.

  • What are the Different Types of IPOs

There are two types of IPO. 1) Fixed Price Issue 2) Book Building Issue.

Fixed Price Means Price at which the securities are offered and would be allotted is made known in advance to the investors.

Book Building Issue Means A 20 % price band is offered by the issuer within which investors are allowed to bid and the final price is determined by the issuer only after closure of the bidding.

  • What is GMP ( Grey Market Premium)?

The GMP/Grey market is a premium paid for grey market IPO shares before they are listed on the stock exchange.

  • How to invest in an IPO?

The applicant must have a Demat account, Trading account, a mobile number linked to the bank account and a UPI ID.

  • Can I apply for IPO without a demat account?

You should preferably have your Demat and trading accounts in place; nevertheless, applying for an IPO without these accounts is not difficult. if you haven’t a dement account then Open a dement account for free.

  • What is a Regular IPO?

Companies with a minimum post-issue paid-up capital of Rs 10 crores can raise funds and list on the BSE and NSE through the Mainboard IPO.

  • What exactly is a SME IPO?

Companies with a minimum post-issue capital of Rs 1 crore and a maximum post-issue capital of Rs 25 crores are eligible for a SME IPO. There are two types of SME segments: 1) BSE SME and 2) NSE Emerge platforms.