Beeline IPO Review (Apply Steps, UPI and Allotment Status)

Beeline broking is engaged in stock and commodity brokerage services. Company offers stock, commodity and currency trading at BSE, NSE and MCX exchanges in India.

Beeline also provides depository services (demat account) through its NSDL membership, Mutual Funds and Insurance.

Beeline provides verity of software for investors and trader to use. This include Installable EXE based trading terminal (NSE Now and My Armour), Browser based trading website (NSE Now and My Armour) and Beeline Mobile Trading App. Some of the software's are available for a monthly fee.

Beeline is the only broker who offer traditional & discount brokerage plan. Customer pays Rs 18 per executed order trade to trade in Equity F&O, Currency F&O and Commodity Futures.

Investing in IPO's through Beeline Broking

Beeline Broking doesn't offer online applications for IPO through it's online trading platform. Beeline customers could apply in IPO's by:

  1. Applying directly through your online bank account by linking your Beeline Demat account to it. Most banks including ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, SBI Banks, Axis bank etc. provide option to invest in IPO's through their banking portal. It's easy and convenient to apply in IPO through this.
  2. Offline by signing the forms and submitting it to beeline office.
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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. 1. Does Beeline offer Online IPO Investment?

    No, Beeline doesn't offer Online IPO's through it trading portal.


  2. 2. How do I apply in IPO using my Beeline Demat account?

    Most banks provide online facility to apply in IPO's. You just have to provide your Beeline Demat Account while applying in IPO through the bank's website. The allotted shares are directly credited to your Beeline Demat Account and are available to you in your Beeline Trading Account for sell on the day of listing.


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Information on this page was last updated on Tuesday, August 24, 2021


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