E-Learning Course: Flotation

  • ID: 591956
  • Training
  • Region: Global
  • KESDEE Inc
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This e-learning course on 'Flotation' introduces the topics relating to basic aspects like reasons for listing of shares, listing requirements, contents of prospectus. Then it takes through various methods of initial public offerings (IPO) and different factors considered in selection of flotation method. The course also focuses on capital market trends in international arena and Indian market along with the discussion of various stages invloved in IPO. In the end, it provides an understanding of the necessity of subsequent issue of shares and their forms.

Themes of this product:

- Know basic concepts of flotation
- Discuss various methods of IPO
- Discuss different stages in IPO
- Discuss the risks associated with IPO
- Discuss necessity of subsiquent issue of shares and their forms

Course level: Basic to Intermediate

Library of 4 Courses

Time taken for each course - 1.0 Hour
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1. Flotation - Introduction

- Different sources of finance.
- The term flotation.
- Various reasons for listing
- Advantages and disadvantages of going public.
- Listing requirements and the listing procedure.
- The contents of prospectus.
- The concept of corporate governance.

2. Flotation - Methods

- Different factors considered for selection of flotation method
- The various types of IPO methods.
- The concept of corporate misconduct
- The details of clause 49

3. Flotation - Special Mention

- The capital market trends in the international arena
- The trends of Initial Public Offerings (IPO) in Indian market
- The risks that are associated with IPOs
- The different stages of an IPO
- The roles of advisers and analysts in the
- IPO process

4. Flotation - Subsequent Issue of Shares

- The necessity of subsequent issue of shares
- The advantages and disadvantages of subsequent issue of shares
- The different forms of subsequent issues
- The importance of Section 81 in regulating further issue of capital
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1. Flotation - Introduction

- Different sources of finance.
- The term flotation.
- Various reasons for listing
- Advantages and disadvantages of going public.
- Listing requirements and the listing procedure.
- The contents of prospectus.
- The concept of corporate governance.

2. Flotation - Methods

- Different factors considered for selection of flotation method
- The various types of IPO methods.
- The concept of corporate misconduct
- The details of clause 49

3. Flotation - Special Mention

- The capital market trends in the international arena
- The trends of Initial Public Offerings (IPO) in Indian market
- The risks that are associated with IPOs
- The different stages of an IPO
- The roles of advisers and analysts in the
- IPO process

4. Flotation - Subsequent Issue of Shares

- The necessity of subsequent issue of shares
- The advantages and disadvantages of subsequent issue of shares
- The different forms of subsequent issues
- The importance of Section 81 in regulating further issue of capital
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