IPO Calendar 2021
At least 30 companies have already made their debut on the bourses in 2021 with their IPOs. Are you looking for the upcoming IPO calendar of 2021? Here are the forthcoming IPOs which are expected to hit the primary market in 2021 along with the IPO list date. In this IPO calendar, you will find the exhaustive list of companies who have already filed their DRHPs with market regulator Sebi. While some have got the official nod from the market regulator, the others are awaiting the approval.
The following list of Mainboard IPOs in 2021 provides detail of IPOs in August 2021 at BSE and NSE exchanges.
FAQs on upcoming IPOs
First time investors may have a number of questions with regard to
understanding how IPOs work and common terminology. We have compiled a
list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about IPOs that may help you make
an informed decision before investing:
1. Do companies list on stock exchanges without an IPO?
Yes. Companies can get listed on an exchange without an IPO as long as they meet the SEBI norms and guidelines.
2.What is the difference between ‘Fixed Price Issue’ and ‘Book Built Issue’?
When the issuer decides the issue price at the outset and mentions it in the offer document, it is called ‘Fixed Price Issue’. On the other hand, when the price of an issue is based on the demand received from the prospective investors at different price levels, it is called ‘Book Built Issue’.
3:What is the difference between Initial Public Offering (IPO) and Follow-on Public Offering (FPO)?
An IPO is an offer for subscription made by a company that is not listed on any exchange for trading while an FPO is an offer made by an already listed company to issue additional securities.
4: Can I revise or cancel my IPO application?
Yes, you can cancel or revise your bid for an online order anytime before the modification/revision/cancellation cut-off time.
5: Where can I check the allotment of shares?
You can check the allotment of shares in your Demat account.