A hot IPO can be defined as an initial public offering of share in an organization, whose security attracts a lot of investors and for which there is raised demand.
There are different approaches to go public other than an initial public offering, that include a direct listing or direct public offering.
At the point when an organization begins the IPO procedure, a particular arrangement of events occur facilitated by picked bank underwriters.
Organizations that select to issue shares by means of an initial public offering, can raise a considerable amount of money in a brief time frame, especially if the issuance appeals to public attention and turns into a hot IPO.
An initial public offering allows a privately owned business an opportunity to cash in on the public’s demand for its equity.
At the point when an organization chooses to make such an offering, it generally finds one or more investment banks to underwrite the issue and make arrangements to sell stocks on major stock market exchanges.
The underwriters market the initial public offering as they assist the organization set a per share price.
The underwriting banks are going to undertake a certain number of shares which they will offer to their purchasers, and gather a segment of the sale proceeds as a commission.
These purchasers might be both institutional or retail clients. The part they get is the underwriting spread.