Karvy Computershare makes MOIL- IPO allotment status available to investors on mobile
The MOIL IPO allotment status will be available on K-PRISM from December 11, 2010.
Karvy Computershare Pvt. Ltd., India’s largest registrar has launched its state-of-the-art, easy to use mobile interface K-PRISM (Karvy – Premium Registrar Investor Service on Mobile).
This first of its kind service will enable investors to access information pertaining to the allotment of shares, refund status, keep a track of upcoming public offerings to plan future investments, locate the closest Karvy Investor Service Center and do much more with a simple click of their mobile phone.
All investors can benefit from K-Prism instantaneously to know the IPO allotment information starting with one of largest issues of the recent times – MOIL (Manganese Ore India Limited), which is likely to get listed on 15th December. The MOIL IPO allotment status will be available on K-PRISM from December 11, 2010.
Recently launched K-PRISM is a secure mobile interface through which investors who utilize the corporate registry services of Karvy Computershare will now be able to access their application status, allotment of shares and details of refund (including refund amount, refund date and details of the bank account to which the refund will be processed) all on the go, in a hassle free, paper-less process thus playing a part in the ‘e-tree initiative’ of Karvy Computershare towards making the industry an environment friendly space.
“As the next level of reinforcing Karvy Computershare’s thought leadership, we have launched K-PRISM - yet another revolutionary product which would facilitate applicants to access key information on IPOs/public offerings seamlessly from the convenience of their mobile phones.” said, V. Ganesh, CEO, Karvy Computershare.
India Infoline Research Team / 08:44, Jun 26, 2015
IIFL is hosting 10 companies at a Management Roadshow in Mumbai today. The opening is a subdued start. US market saw minor losses with Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq closing marginally lower.