Hong Kong Shares IPO
According to the Listing Rules, equity securities may be listed through a number of methods, including public subscription, offer for sale, placing and introduction. An IPO is the first-time sale of equity shares of a company through public subscription. An IPO must be accompanied by a prospectus which provides detailed corporate, financial and other relevant information of the company approved for listing and the timetable for the IPO. Investors can obtain prospectuses and application forms from Bluemount as set out in the section of a prospectus usually headed How to Apply for the Public Offer Shares.
You can simply contact your Investment Consultant for the IPO shares subscription. The allotted IPO shares will be directly credited to your securities trading account on the allotment day. You can trade your shares on or after the first listing day.