Allotment Of Equity Shares

This document relates to allotment of equity shares. First of all it is important to know what is allotment :

An allotment commonly refers to the allocation of shares granted to participating underwriting firm during an initial public offering (IPO). Remaining surpluses go to other firms that have won the bid for the right to sell the remaining IPO shares. There are more unique situations of allotment that arise when new shares are issued and allocated to either a new or existing shareholder.

The distribution of shares distributes the total equity among all participating parties. Allotment arises when directors of a company earmark new shares to predetermined shareholders. These are shareholders who have either applied for new shares or earned them by owning existing shares.


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