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Edelweiss IPO Review - Charges, Easy Steps to Apply Online

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Edelweiss IPO Review - Charges, Easy Steps to Apply Online

Edelweiss is a full-service stock broker that was incorporated in the year 2008. It is Mumbai-based full-service stock-broking firm. This company is the part of renowned Edelweiss Group which was incorporated in 1995 and is a leading diversified financial service company.
Edelweiss broking offers and facilitates its customers to invest and trade in almost all the major asset classes such as Equity Debt, Mutual Funds, IPOs, Currency Derivative, Commodities and Futures and Options.
The stock broking firm offers several investment advices that is backed by the research and analysis to the Edelweiss customers across the asset classes, trading styles and the time horizons. Edelweiss has the best trading platforms that are available for all the mediums such as Mobile App, website and desktop trading software.
This stock broker has developed its strong presence across the India with more than 475 offices in almost 200 locations. It has developed 11,398 employees catering more than 12 lakh clients across various businesses.

Basic Understanding of Edelweiss IPO
IPO stands for Initial Public Offering. It’s a process through which any private limited company becomes a public limited company. Through IPO a company gets listed in stock market for the first time. Company offers IPO facility to trade their shares directly to the investors.
The investors are generally categorized into three categories i.e. RIIs (Retail Individual Investors) , NIIs (Non-Institutional Investors) and QIBs (Qualified Institutional Buyers). Each category of the investor id provided with fixed allotment quota of the shares. The quota is fixed as in the ratio of 35:15:50 for RII, NII and QIB respectively.
Edelweiss offers the online application that is based on the UPI payment gateway. Applying in IPO application process is carried via online and seamlessly. An individual needs to enter the necessary information such as UPI Id, the no. of shares and the bid price.

Applying in an IPO through ASBA procedure
This broker allows its customers to apply in an IPO by using the “Net Banking Facility” that is offered by the bank. Most of the banks including Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, SEBI Banks, etc. belong to the list of the Self Certified Syndicate Banks (SCSBs). These banks are given permission to accept the various online IPO applications.

What are the steps to apply in an IPO through ASBA?
Steps to apply in an IPO through ASBA in Edelweiss are:
1. Login to an individual’s net banking account.
2. The first time, you will be asked to register or activate the IPO services.
3. Further, visit the “IPO investment/ASBA Section of the website”.
4. Choose a bank account from which one is willing to make investment in IPO. Select the desired IPO from the list of available IPOs.
5. Fill in the IPO details such as price, no. of lots, DP details, etc.
6. Confirm the details and then click on Submit button.’
Once after the submission, the customers will further receive the confirmation text. The allotted shares will be credited to the customer’s Edelweiss Broking Demat Account. The shares will be further available for selling on the listing day of the firm on the exchange.
The total application amount for the IPO is locked in the bank account. Once the allotment is done, the amount is further debited from the bank account. The blocked money will further earn interest for the tenure for which it was blocked.

Applying in an IPO through offline procedure
The customers are facilitated with the offline applying in an IPO. They can apply for an IPO by just collecting and submitting the IPO application form at the Edelweiss offices. The customer can simply search for the nearest branch of Edelweiss and then fill the application form with details such as No. of lots, lot price, ASBA account number and demat account number, etc.
After filling in the information correctly one needs submit the form directly to the branch office of Edelweiss.

Frequently Asked Questions


Yes, It offers an online IPO applications to its customers. It offers an early opportunity to buy the shares of companies that are not previously traded publicly.
Edelweiss charge ₹10 per executed order for the equity delivery trade. These trades are also termed as cash and carry trades or CNC.
It is a diversified financial service provider that engage in providing the investment banking and advisory services and holdings.
Edelweiss charges ₹0 Annual Maintenance Charge for trading account and ₹500 (from 1st year) for a demat account. AMC amount is charged to maintain the accounts.
CNC refers to cash and carry. This product is selected for the delivery-based trading.
Yes, Edelweiss provides various trading tips for the stock and commodity trading to its customers.
Edelweiss charges ₹10 per executed order for equity, currency and commodity futures trading.
It charges ₹190 per crore i.e. 0.00019%.
Edelweiss charges ₹10 per executed order for equity, currency and commodity options trading. The options are highly leveraged derivative products.
Yes, the customer can buy or sell mutual funds if they already hold an account with Edelweiss.
The square-off time for opening all Intraday positions is at 3:00 PM.
Cover order can be squared off by selecting the cover order in the order book and then clicking on the Exit button.
No, Edelweiss is a full-service broker providing its services across various segments.
Yes, the new traders can rely on Edelweiss and can start their journey using this stock broker.
Edelweiss charge ₹10 per executed order for Intra-day trades. Such orders are also known as the Margin Intraday Square-up or MIS orders.
No, Edelweiss is a full-service broker providing its services across various segments.

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