Devyani International IPO: Here’s how to check the allotment status and more
- The IPO of Devyani International opened on August 4 and closed on August 6.
- Devyani International Limited is the largest franchisee of
Yum brandsin India.
- The IPO had received a good response from investors given it was subscribed 116.69 times on the last day of bidding.
The refund will be initiated on August 12 and the shares will be credited to the account on August 13. The price band of the shares was ₹86-90. The company will likely be listed on August 16, 2021.
An initial public offering is the sale of a company’s initial stock to the general public. To invest in an IPO, an individual should own a demat or trading account.
Devyani International is the largest franchisee for Costa coffee,
The IPO had received good response from investors given it was subscribed 116.69 times on the last day of the bidding.
There are two websites to check the
How to check Devyani International IPO allotment at Linkintime?
- Log in to the Link Intime website.
- Select the IPO name (Devyani International IPO).
- Choose the option from
Pan Number, Application Number or Demat Account number.
- Add the details as per your selection.
- Click on the search button to see the Devyani International IPO allotment.
- Log in to the BSE website in the same way.
- Select the issue type as Equity and the IPO name as Devyani International Limited.
- After typing the application number and pan number, click on the search button to view the Devyani IPO allotment.
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