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For investors, IPOs are an opportunity to cash in on a new company’s growth story. However, to invest in these, you would need an IPO account.

What Is An IPO?

As we mentioned above, when a company needs funds to grow, it approaches the public for funds. It offers shares in the company to the investing public in exchange for cash. In short, the management relinquishes some part of the ownerships to investors, who become part-owners of the company.

There are several processes involved in the IPO. The company appoints underwriters to sell stock to the public, gets registration from the Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and organises roadshows to sell the IPO to the public. After that, the IPO is thrown open to investors. After the issue closes, the stock gets listed on stock exchanges like the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange, where it can be freely bought and sold.


IPO shares are reserved for specific categories of investors like high net-worth individuals and qualified institutional buyers. After allotment, the investors are free to sell the shares and make any profit if there is price appreciation.

Advantages Of Ipos

What Is demat account

A demat account is a kind of account used to keep electronic copies of shares and securities. A Demat account is a dematerialized account in its complete form. A Demat account aims to hold shares that have been acquired or dematerialized (converted from physical to electronic shares), making online share trading simpler for consumers.

Depositories in India, such as the National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) and the Central Depository Services Limited (CDSL), offer free Demat accounts. These services provided by intermediaries, depository participants, and stockbrokers, such as Dealmoney. Demat account costs differ based on the amount of money in the account, the form of subscription, and the terms and conditions between the depository and the stockbroker.

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A Demat account is a necessary account to hold financial securities in a digital form and to trade shares in the share market.

Dealmoney has a simple onboarding process. You need to share the following information: Proof Of Identity (PAN Card, Aadhaar, Driving Licence), proof of address, and your bank details.

The difference between a demat and a trading account is that a demat account holds the shares and securities (bonds, ETFs, mutual fund units, etc.) in digital mode, while a trading account provides the interface to buy and sell shares in the stock market.

Any individual who is a resident of India and 18 years old or above is eligible for opening a demat account, provided he/she has a PAN card.

The following is the process of transfer of shares from one Demat account to another in brief.

  • Step 1 - The investor fills the DIS (Delivery Instruction Slip) and submits it to the current broker.
  • Step 2 - The broker forwards the DIS form or request to the depository.
  • Step 3 - The Depository will transfer your existing shares to the Demat account.
  • Step 4 - Once all the shares are transferred, the same will be reflected in the investor’s new Demat account

Yes, a person can hold more than one Demat Account as long as they are all linked to a single PAN.