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Frequently Asked Questions on Unlisted Shares:
How to sell shares of unlisted companies in India ?
Selling Unlisted shares stocks is very simple. Shares are transferred through off-market deals using a demat account.
How to buy shares of unlisted companies in India ?
Buying of Unlisted shares stocks is very simple. After making payment, shares are transferred to investors demat account.
In short, the procedure to buy sell unlisted shares is very simple and hassle free. The entire transaction happens very smoothly that too in the same working day.
For more details and buying and selling unlisted/ delisted shares of all companies at best rates and quality service, please call on 8108303330 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://buysellunlistedshares.com
What is the meaning of unlisted shares ?
Shares which are not traded on a stock exchange are unlisted equity shares.
What is the meaning of Pre-IPO shares ?
Pre-IPO means buying/selling shares in a company before its IPO i.e. before it gets listed on the Stock Exchanges.
Who sells shares in a pre-IPO ?
Existing shareholders of the company sell shares in the pre-IPO.
Are the shares being sold in the demat form?
Yes. The shares being sold are in the demat form.
Why should one invest in unlisted shares ?
Huge capital appreciation, wealth creation, rate benefit, assured quantity allotment, portfolio diversification.
What are benefits of investing in Unlisted shares ?
Opportunity to participate in investments which are otherwise available only big investors like mutual funds, banks, institutional investors, PE firms, HNIs etc. Also the shares are available at reasonable valuations.
What is the process to buy / sell unlisted shares ?
Post mutually agreeing at buy sell price and quantity, an email confirmation is taken given. Payment is to be done or made through online fund transfer and subsequently shares are delivered in demat account. Mostly the entire deal is done in few hours.
What is the minimum amount to be invested ?
Depending on the scrip,the minimum amount can be between Rs 20,000-Rs 50,000. For the benefit of retail investors we have small lots with small ticket size.
Are the shares being sold in the physical or demat form?
Yes, shares are available in demat form.