Initial Public Offering (IPO) means the first-time share issuance to the public in the open market to raise capital. You can invest in IPO with HDFC Securities through either using 3-in-1 account or using HDFC Bank Net banking facilities. The broker offers IPO of three instruments including equity shares, non-convertible debentures, and bonds.
HDFC Bank is one of the Self-certified syndicate banks therefore, allowed to accept IPO applications. You can apply in IPO through ASBA process using HDFC net banking services using the below-mentioned process:
If you have 3-in-1 account with the broker including demat + trading + bank account, then you can simply follow 3-step process to invest in IPO. To apply in IPO, you can choose multiple trading platforms such as trading website, mobile app, and call & trade as well.
You can also use UPI ID to apply in IPO with HDFC Bank through following the below mentioned process:
HDFC Securities has a YouTube channel where you can check the demo about how to apply in IPO with the HDFC Securities ASBA process.
You can use HDFC securities mobile application to invest in IPO.
To check the HDFC securities allotment status, follow the below process:
The allotted shares will be reflected in your HDFC Securities demat account.
There are no charges to invest in IPO with HDFC securities however, at the time of shares sell, you’ve to pay the brokerage and taxes applicable.
Last Updated on 8th Aug 2022
Yes, you can apply in IPO using HDFC Securities call & trade services. You just need to call the customer service desk and let them know your IPO application request. As per your request, customer service representative will apply for IPO on your behalf.
If you have 3-in-1 account with HDFC Securities then you can apply in IPO through the below process:
You can check IPO allotment status by login with your HDFC Securities account. Click on Order Book in the IPO tab and check the status. If you’re allotted with shares, then it will reflect to your demat account however, on the other side, if shares are not allotted then, you will get the refund of blocked money.
To bid for buyback on HDFC Securities, one can easily apply on its trading platforms, mPowered and Call ‘N’ Trade. On mPowered, you can apply for buyback by logging into your account. Here go to Equity > Buyback > Dashboard. On Call ‘N’ Trade you can place buyback orders through a centralized dealing desk at 33553366 (prefix local code).
One can invest in an IPO through HDFC Securities 3-in-1 account or through HDFC Bank Net banking facility. Investors have the option to apply in IPOs through the HDFC Securities Trading platform, its mobile app, or can apply by visiting any of its branch offices.
When you apply for an IPO from HDFC Security, you just need to select IPO, bid size, price, and submit the application. Your demat info, payment details will be linked with your bank account and HDFC internal process will take care of all. (Subject to availability of fund)
To apply for the right issue, you need to hold shares in dematerialized form on the record date and have applied for entitlements and additional shares in the issue in dematerialized form. Then you can apply for the right issue through your demat account via ASBA (Application Supported by Blocked Amount) facility.
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