People investing in the stock market have been waiting for LIC IPO for a long time. Soon the country’s largest life insurance company LIC is going to launch its IPO. Although its date has not been decided yet, but it is believed that the government can soon make a big announcement regarding this. Those who want to invest in LIC’s IPO, then before the IPO comes, you must do some important work or else you may get into trouble.
How to apply for LIC IPO?
Get this work done before LIC IPO
If you also want to buy LIC IPO, then first link your LIC policy with PAN card. You should open your demat account before taking an IPO. To link LIC with PAN, you have to go to www.licindia.in and click on PAN icon and enter your date of birth, email id, PAN card, mobile number, LIC policy number.
Quickly open your Demat account
If you want to take LIC IPO then open your Demat account in advance. To open a demat account, you have to register yourself by visiting the NSDL or CDSL website. To open a demat account, you will have to provide your latest photo, PAN card, PAN card, address proof, canceled check. For demat account one has to approach the brokerage firms.
LIC’s IPO is likely to come in the fourth quarter of the current financial year. It is believed that this IPO will be one of the biggest IPO in the world so far. At the same time, LIC wants to give special benefits to its policyholders.
LIC Chairperson MR Kumar said that LIC wants to pass on the benefits of this IPO to its policyholders. He said that his insurers have reposed faith in him, have been with him for a long time, so we want him to get the benefit of LIC’s IPO. For this, he has appealed to the policyholders to open a demat account. It is believed that LIC may reserve 10 percent of its proposed IPO for its insured. It is believed that the company can also give discounts to its insured.
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