Trustline is a Noida based full-service broker. For over 25 years, Trustline provides a range of financial services in addition to stock and commodity trading. The services include wealth management, Insurance, Real Estate, Gold, Investment Advisory, Mutual Funds, Corporate FDs and Bonds.
Trustline Full-service brokerage services are designed for customers who require timely and personal attention to their trading needs. A dedicated relationship manager (RM) is provided to each client. The RM takes care of customer need and works one point of contact.
The research offered by Trustline is another key benefit of having an account with a full-service broker like Trustline. They offer timely advice to the customer based on the technical and fundamental analysis.
Trustline offers free trading software to all online customers. These set of software's are built in-house to meet the customer expectations.
IPO is a process through which a privately held company raises fund for its future projects by selling part of the company shares to a number of investors in the stock market. After IPO, the company gets listed at the stock exchanges and the shares of the company start getting traded.
While IPO's are used by companies to raise funds, it offers an opportunity for an investor to buy a part of the company at a very early stage. After buying IPO shares, the investor becomes a shareholder in the company.
Retail investors have a fixed quota (35% reserved in most cases) in an IPO. This reservation increases the chance of getting more shares of the company. Some retail investors use this to buy IPO shares for listing gains only, instead of holding the shares for long-term.
Trustline doesn't offer an online IPO application to its customers.
As customers have the Demat account with Trustline, they can still apply in IPO's using net banking offered by the bank where the customer has the bank account. Most banks including ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, SBI Banks, Axis Bank, Kotak Mahindra etc. provide an option to apply for IPO shares online. The process of applying IPO's through net banking is simple.
This process has nothing to do with Trustline Sec except you have to provide your Trustline Demat Account information at the time of applying for IPO through net banking.
Once allotment is done, the shares are credited in your Trustline Demat Account. You can hold them or sell them in the market as you sell any other shares from Trustline Trading account.
Steps to apply in IPO through net banking
Note that the process may be slightly different from bank to bank.
You get a confirmation from your bank for your application successfully submitted to the exchange by end of the day.
The allotted shares (if any) are credited to your Demat Account. They are available for sell on the day of listing.
Note that the IPO application money remains locked in your bank accounts and get released once the allotment is done.
Trustline, as a broker, doesn't offer a way to apply in an IPO online.
But as described above, you could use the net banking to apply in an IPO using the Trustline demat account. The process is simple and quick.
You could use your iTradeOnline demat account and apply through net banking of your bank account. Follow the steps provided above or contact your bank.
Most banks net banking facility offers the facility to apply in IPO's online. You can provide the demat account detail and apply in IPO. The process is 100% paperless, convenient and simple.
You could sell the allocated IPO stocks (Mainline IPO or SME IPO) in the same way you sell any other company's shares through Trustline. You could sell them online, visit the branch or use call & trade to sell the shares.
Clients who have a demat account can participate in an IPO. At the time of applying in IPO, if you mention the demat account information of your Trustline Demat Account, the allocated shares are created into your demat account automatically.
Trustline or banks doesn't charge anything for applying in IPO. Banks get a commission from the issuer company.
No, iTrade doesn't offer online IPO.
No, they don't offer IPO's to NRI's.
Yes, Trustline analyzes and offer detail research reports about IPO's to its Clients.
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