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Bajaj Finserv IPO Review (Apply Steps, UPI and Allotment Status)


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Bajaj Finserv customers can apply in an IPO online using UPI as payment gateway. The process is free, quick and paperless. Both trading platforms; Bajaj Finserv Trading Mobile App and Website could be used to apply in IPOs.

Bajaj Finserv IPO Application Review

The Bajaj Financial IPO application process is quick, easy and convenient. For Bajaj Finserv customers, most of the information is pre-filled on the IPO application form. Customer has to fill only a few fields like quantity, price and UPI ID.

Key Features of Bajaj Finserv IPO App

  • UPI-based IPO application.
  • Customers can apply for up to Rs 5 lakhs worth shares in an IPO.
  • Both main board and SME IPOs are available.
  • Available on mobile and web.
  • Easy online modification / cancellation of IPO application.
  • Bajaj Finserv also allows non-account holding investors (guest users) to apply for an IPO.
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Bajaj Finserv IPO Apply

  1. Steps to apply in IPO through BFSLTrade Mobile App
    1. Login to the BFSLTrade App
    2. Click on the hamburger menu
    3. Click on IPO
    4. Select IPO you want to invest in.
    5. Fill in the required details.
    6. Validate and submit the IPO application.
    7. In a few minutes, open your UPI app and approve the transaction.
  2. Steps to apply for IPO for Bajaj Finserv customers
    1. Click on 'Apply for an IPO' button on the Bajaj Finserv website.
    2. Validate OTP.
    3. Select the IPO in which you want to invest.
    4. If you are a BFSL customer your details will be pre-filled in the IPO application form.
    5. Select IPO lot size and Enter UPI ID.
    6. Validate and submit the IPO application.
    7. In a few minutes, open your UPI app and approve the transaction.
  3. Steps to apply for IPO for Guest users
    1. Click on 'Apply for an IPO' button on the Bajaj Finserv website.
    2. Enter your PAN number & mobile number.
    3. Validate OTP.
    4. Select the IPO in which you want to invest.
    5. Provide necessary details like name, email address, UPI ID & select the UPI handle.
    6. Validate and submit the IPO application.
    7. In a few minutes, open your UPI app and approve the transaction.

Bajaj Finserv IPO Charges

Bajaj Finserv online IPO application service is free. Bajaj Finserv doesn't charge any fees from its customers to apply for an IPO.

Customer has to pay brokerage, taxes and demat charges when they sell the shares allocated in the IPO.

Bajaj Finserv IPO Allotment Status

Visit the IPO Registrar's website or check our IPO Allotment Status page to check the IPO allotment status.

Bajaj Finserv does update the IPO allotment status on its IPO Order History page. The information is updated once the shares are deposited in the demat account with Bajaj Finserv.

Conclusion

Similar to all other online brokers, Bajaj Finserv offers online UPI-based IPO application. They allow its customers as well as non-account holders to apply for an IPO from its website or mobile trading app.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. 1. Does Bajaj Capital allow investing in IPO?

    Yes, Bajaj Capital allows investors to invest in an IPO. You will need a bank account with one of the SCSB banks and Bajaj Capital Demat Account. If you have both the accounts, you can easily invest in an IPO and get allotted IPO shares credited in your Demat account.

     

     

  2. 2. Does Bajaj Finserv offer an IPO investment facility?

    Yes, Bajaj Finserv offers IPO investment services. Bajaj Finserv IPO application is safe, secure, instant and paperless, and can be applied through the website and BFSLTrade App. BFSL allows non-account holders to apply for an IPO from its website in just a few mins using UPI Payment.

     

     

  3. 3. What are the charges of Bajaj Finserv IPO?

    Bajaj Finserv's initial public offering (IPO) application process is free. They do not charge any fees for the IPO application process.

    Note that when you sell the shares allocated in an IPO, you have to pay the brokerage, demat charges and taxes to Bajaj Finserv.

     

     

  4. 4. How to apply for an IPO in Bajaj Finserv without UPI?

    You could use the net-banking facility from your existing bank to apply in an IPO if you do not want to make payment using UPI.

    This facility just required 'Demat Account Number' from Bajaj Finserv. While applying in an IPO using net-banking website or app (provided by your bank like ICICI or HDFC), you will have to fill your demat account number with Bajaj Finserv. The allocated shares are automatically deposited in your Bajaj Finserv demat account and are available for sale on the listing day.

     

     

  5. 5. How to check the status of IPO through Bajaj Finserv?

    You can check IPO status through the Bajaj Finserv Website and Mobile App.

    Order status information is available on the main page under the Order tab, you can check the cancelled, executed and rejected status of your order.

    Visit the IPO Registrar's website or check our IPO Allotment Status page to check the IPO allotment status.

     

     

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Information on this page was last updated on Wednesday, May 25, 2022

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