FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Unlisted shares are a different type of investment. Let us take a look at some of the most important things you need to know about these shares:

It can be defined as a report that comprises all relevant (publicly and general) available data and information about a firm, fund, or stock in the market that is not listed yet or has the possibility of being on the list in the days to come. Such reports read about the following things:
  • Publicly available company information.

  • Financial and annual statements.

  • Directorship informs.

  • Custom analysis if any.

  • Other vital information to learn more about a firm and its stocks.

Yes, every research report you get from Unlistedkart is chargeable. The charge is nominal and taken as a convenience fee to assist report generation. According to the specific and unique needs of the clients, we also prepare customized reports. Get in touch with us here and learn more.

No, our investment specialists will talk to you and help you get the right information about a company or stock. As investment decisions are pretty much personal and mostly depend on the unique requirements, knowledge, and risks associated with the clients, we offer neutral research reports. Later, the clients can ask for the assistance of our legal advisory board to learn about the unlisted stocks to make investment decisions.

If you want to learn more about the onboarding procedure with Unlistedkart and avail of the research reports, please reach out to us here. Our expert analysts will assist you in getting to know our research reports as well as our tech platform that you can use to raise any question related to reports.

If you want to learn more about the onboarding procedure with Unlistedkart and avail of the research reports, please reach out to us here. Our expert analysts will assist you in getting to know our research reports as well as our tech platform that you can use to raise any question related to reports.

You can go about investing in shares that are suitable for your risk profile and portfolio by contacting us and getting research reports and seeking external financial advice.

Yes, we will help you with trading unlisted shares. Although we would request you to make the investment decisions after seeking sufficient investment advice externally.

The types of taxes applicable to unlisted shares include - short-term capital gains, long-term capital gains, and enjoy indexation benefit. If you want to know more, get in touch with us here.

We, at Unlistedkart, strive to keep our website, tech, platform, and research reports up to date with the best of our knowledge bettered by relevant sources and reports. However, unfortunately, if you happen to come across any inaccuracy, misrepresentation, or solicitation information in error, you should contact [email protected]. However, if you think that the matter needs escalation, please get in touch with us and bring the matter to the notice of our internal ethical team. It will allow our team to investigate the content and analyse its authenticity and update you with adequate information and update your inquiry status until the issue is not resolved.

Unlistedkart does not hold your unlisted holdings with itself. All your stocks are kept in your NSDL (National Securities Depository Limited) or CDSL (Central Depository Securities Limited) Demat account. Our platform will only present you with the transactional information that you can find in your dashboard portfolio.

We refresh all the research reports available to us every month or as and when there is a specific market situation that is more likely to influence the research information. Also, we make sure to customize the reports according to the needs of our clients. And all our reports are up-to-date and latest.

Equity shares of a company which are not yet listed on the Stock Exchanges like BSE, NSE, etc. are called unlisted equity shares.

Existing shareholders of the unlisted company can sell unlisted equity shares. These can include Employees, Ex-employees, CEO, Promoters, Private Equity investors and more.

The company may or may not be involved. If the company is looking to raise funds and issuing further paid up capital, it can be involved, otherwise, the company is not involved.

Yes. All shares being sold are in the demat form.

Investing in pre-IPO helps the investor:
  • To participate in the growth of the company.

  • Get opportunities which otherwise would ONLY be available to big entities like PE Firms etc.

  • Get in at reasonable valuations.

One should atleast hold for 3 years to see meaningful returns. To get the ideal returns, one will have to be invested in the company till it comes with IPO and keeps growing until it has reached its saturation point. This duration cannot be accurately predicted by almost anyone.

Depends on certain factors. As such, there are no restrictions on the sale of unlisted shares. However, if the company comes up with an IPO and gets itself listed, then as per SEBI rules, all unlisted shares have a lock-in period of 1 year from the date of listing.

Depends on the Company, period of investment, its management’s execution capabilities & the price at which the investor procures the shares. In Equities, nobody can guarantee any kind of returns. However, we aim to provide a return of over 25% p.a. but there is no guarantee.

To know more about the risks, please go through our article on the mistakes to avoid while investing in unlisted shares. Please click here to view the same.