Last Updated - 22nd Feb 2019
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Angel broking as a Stock Broker is no longer offering online IPO application to its clients. After SEBI’s mandate in Jan 2016, all application in IPO and FPO (Initial Public Offering and Follow on Public Offering) has to be channel through ASBA (Applications Supported by Blocked Amount) process through Self-Certified Syndicate Bank (SCSB).
You can apply in IPOs with any of the self-certified syndicate banks by providing Angel broking DP account details. After allotment, you can use your Angel broking Trading account to trade and sell in your holding of shares.
Step to Invest in IPOs with ASBA
Detail Article on ASBA Process for IPO Investment >> Read
Note: Client having account in those bank who are not offering paperless ASBA application or those client who do not do online banking has to fill the physical application and submit to syndicate member for onward submission to client’s bank for blocking required amount in client ‘s bank account.
What type of account I need to invest in IPO?
To invest in IPO, you need to have:
Where can I find the Self-Certified Syndicate Bank branches list?
List of Self-Certified Syndicate Banks under the ASBA facility are available on SEBI, NSE and BSE Sites.
SEBI List of SCSB >> List of Self Certified Syndicate Banks
NSE SCSB >> List of Self Certified Syndicate Bank
BSE SCSB >> List of Self Certified Syndicate Bank
Where can I find my Angel broking DP Account Number?
You can find Angel broking Depository Account Number from welcome letter sent to you , back office software , your monthly demat holding statement or calling Angel broking Customer care.
You can invest in Mutual Funds with Angel broking in three easy ways:
Angel broking Ltd allows you to Invest in MF through the Systematic Investment Plan (SIP).
Angel Mutual Funds broadly come under 4 categories:
Steps to Invest in Mutual Funds SIP online with Angel broking:
What are benefits using mutual funds service from Angel Broking?
Key benefits with Angel for investing in Mutual funds are: