“Unlisted Company” means a company which is not a listed company. “Listed Company” means a company which has any of its securities offered through an offer document listed on a recognized stock exchange and also includes Public sector Undertakings whose securities are listed on a recognized stock exchange.
1. Different kinds of issues What are the different kinds of issues which can be made by an Indian company in India? Primarily, issues made by an Indian company can be classified as Public, Rights, Bonus and Private Placement. While right issues by a listed company and public issues involve a detailed procedure, bonus issues and private placements are relatively simpler. The classification of issues is as illustrated below: (a) Public issue (i) (ii) Initial Public offer (IPO) Further public offer (FPO)
(b) Rights issue (c) Bonus issue (d) Private placement (i) (ii) Preferential issue Qualified institutional placement
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