Inox India IPO Allotment Finalized: Check Your Status Now!

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December 20, 2023

New Delhi, India

Inox India IPO:

The wait is over! Inox India has finalized its IPO allotment, and eager investors can now check their fate. This guide covers everything you need to know about the allotment process, refunding, demat account crediting, and the upcoming listing date.

Who’s in Charge?

Kfin Technologies Ltd, the IPO registrar, handled the allotment process. If your application isn’t successful, Inox India will swiftly refund your application funds.

Shares Landing in Your Demat Account

Lucky investors who scored shares will find them nestled in their demat accounts soon. This digital format makes owning and trading your shares a breeze.

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Mark Your Calendar: December 21st is D-Day!

Get ready for Thursday, December 21st, the official listing date of Inox India shares on stock exchanges. This marks the start of active trading, allowing you to engage with your newly acquired shares.

Investors have the option to verify their allocation status for the Inox India IPO either through the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) website or the dedicated portal offered by the IPO’s registrar, Kfin Technologies.

For BSE:

Log in to the official BSE website and navigate to ‘Equity’ under ‘Issue type.’
Choose ‘Inox India IPO’ from the drop-down list under ‘Issue Name.’
Enter the PAN or application number and click ‘Submit’ to access the allocation status.

For NSE:

Register on the NSE website using your PAN.
Log in with your username, password, and captcha code.
View the IPO allotment status on the subsequent page.

For Kfin Technologies‘ portal:

Visit the portal and select ‘Inox India’ in the ‘Select IPO’ section.
Choose your preferred method (application number, demat account, or PAN) and input the required details along with the captcha code.
Click ‘Submit’ to check the allocation status.

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