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Initial Public Offering (IPO) / Follow-on Public Issue (FPO)

IPO/FPOs are popular methods for companies to raise additional equity capital in the capital markets through a stock issue.

IPOs are the initial public offering of equity to the public whereas FPOs are supplementary issues made after a company has been established on an exchange.

Primarily Security Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and Ministry of Corporate Affairs closely regulate securities Market in India. There are special regulations, guidelines, rules, circulars guiding the activities of the market players. Every company desirous of infusing capital viz. by making Initial Public Offerings (IPO) or Further issue of Securities- Right Issue, Preferential Allotments, Bonus Issue or issue of Debt Securities and promoters making Offer to Sale from market has to comply with these entire legal framework as contained in SEBI & Corporate laws and establish Compliance Management systems.

We offer certification related services in connection with the IPO/FPO in compliance with the relevant provisions of the law.

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