SME IPO related FAQs

Who can apply for SME IPO and how ?

Online and offline applications are both possible for an SMEIPO. A Demat and Bank Account are required to apply for a SMEIPO online or offline.

  1. How to Apply Offline - To apply for the IPO, you will need the ASBA application form. This form can be obtained from banks, brokers, and lead managers. The form can be filled out and submitted to the bank along with the money. If you are awarded shares, they will be credited to the demat account. If not, a check will be sent to your address.
  2. How to Apply Online - It is simple to apply for an SME IPO online. A trading account is required with a broker. Log in to the website and select the IPO. The application amount will be blocked in your bank account linked to your trading account. Only when you have been allotted shares will it be debited.

What is the meaning of SME IPO in India ? What are some criteria about it ?

Briefly explain the history of SME IPO or SME platform in India.

What does SME exchange mean?

Distinguish between mainline IPO & SME IPO.

To get listed on SME exchange , what are the requirements?

Is there any listing fee for SME platform?

Onn SME Platform, what is the annual Maintenance charge?

By listing onn BSE SME , What will be the capital gain tax benefits?

Can the companies which are suspended be allowed to be listed on SME exchange?

For SME IPOs , how to check the bidding details?

For retail & HNI category what is the minimum lot size for applying in SME IPO?

Can SME stock listed on BSE \ NSE ?

Can a person with same demat account apply for multiple IPOs ?

Can a retail investor apply on SME IPO ?

Is investment in SME IPO through ASBA possible ?