Initial Public Offering or in short IPO is a public offering in which shares of a company is sold to investors as well as also retail investors. It helps companies to raise capital from public investors. In this beginner program for IPO, you will be introduced to the basics of IPO, how one can invest in IPO and make a portfolio. It also includes the important terms related to IPO such as Floor Price, Cap Price, etc., why companies need IPOs, and how to select the correct IPO as an investor. Moreover, through this program, you will be getting ideas of ways how to invest in IPO and its key indicators, as well as when to exit from it. Along with this, there will be practical demonstrations as to how you can invest while keeping in mind the dos and don'ts
Students will be given quizzes after completion that will enhance their understanding and help in their practice field.
Module 1: Introduction to IPO
-What is IPO?
Module 2: Understanding IPO
-Important terms of IPO
-Potential of IPO
-Why do Companies need IPO?
Module 3: Functions Performed Before Investing
-How to analyse IPO for the right investment
-Role of Merchant banking in IPO
Module 4: Analysing IPO
-How to apply for IPO
-When to exit from IPO
Ms. Manjula Balchandani has 2 decades of experience in the Financial Market. She has served in Kotak Mahindra Finance LTd and Tata Finance before moving to the field of education.
Her area of expertise include,