Allied Blenders and Distillers Limited IPO allotment finalized: A Step-by-Step Guide to Checking Your Status in 6 Simple Steps

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If you've applied for the Allied Blenders IPO, you're likely eager to know the allocation status. Well, the wait is over! The allotment process has been completed, and now you can easily check how many shares you've been allotted. You can do this by visiting the  Link Intime India Private Ltd  registrar website. Moreover, for those who didn't receive an allotment, rest assured, the refund process has also been finalized.

Allied Blenders IPO allotment date:

The allotment date for the Allied Blenders IPO has been confirmed, and allotments have been finalized. Investors who applied for the issue can now verify their allotment status on the registrar portal designated for Allied Blenders IPO, managed by Link Intime India Private Ltd. You can discover the number of shares allotted to you through the registrar's website. Additionally, the company has concluded the refund process for investors who were not allotted shares. The subscription period for Allied Blenders IPO commenced on June 25, 2024 and concluded on June 27, 2024.

Allied Blenders IPO subscription:

On the third day of subscription, the Allied Blenders IPO witnessed 24.85 times subscription, indicating strong demand for the issue. The listing date is scheduled on July 2, 2024. Investors can ascertain their share allocation through the basis of allotment process and check their allotment status. For those who were not allocated shares, the refund process will commence on July 1, 2024. Those allotted shares will receive them in their demat accounts on July 1, 2024. The listing date for Allied Blenders IPO is confirmed to be July 2, 2024.

Allied Blenders IPO: How to check allotment status?

If you've applied for the Allied Blenders IPO, you can easily check your allotment status on the Link Intime’s website. Here's a simple guide to check your allotment status:

  • Go to the Link Intime website.
  • Select the Allied Blenders IPO from the dropdown menu.
  • Choose either your Application Number, Demat Account, or PAN to proceed.
  • Select your application type as ASBA or non-ASBA.
  • Provide the required details based on your selection in the previous step.
  • Complete the Captcha verification.
  • Click on the submit button to view your allotment status.

How to check Allied Blenders IPO allotment status on BSE:

  • Navigate to the allotment page on the official BSE website via this link:
  • In the 'Issue Type' section, opt for 'Equity' and pick the Allied Blenders IPO from the dropdown menu labeled 'Issue Name'.
  • Enter either your PAN or application number, then click the 'Submit' button.

How to check Allied Blenders IPO allotment status on NSE:

  • Go to NSE's official website using this link:
  • Choose the 'Click here to sign up' option and complete the registration process using your PAN details.
  • Enter your username, password, and captcha code on the subsequent page.
  • Once logged in, navigate to the designated section to check the IPO allotment status.

Allocation quota for Allied Blenders

The following table outlines the allocation quotas for different categories, detailing both the number of shares and the percentage of the total share capital raised. However, it's primarily the quotas for retail and HNI investors that are of significant interest.

Category of Investors

Allocation of shares under IPO

Reservation for Employees

117,647 (0.22%)

Anchor Allocation

15,982,206 (30.00%)

QIB Shares Offered

10,654,804 (20.00%)

NII (HNI) Shares Offered

7,991,103 (15.00%)

Retail Shares Offered

18,645,907 (35.00%)

Total Shares Offered

53,274,020 (100%)

Data Source: BSE

Let's now examine how different categories of investors participated in placing their bids for the IPO of Allied Blenders.

Subscription levels for Allied Blenders

Next, let's delve into the level of subscription. The table below illustrates the degree of subscription for each category, along with the overall subscription for Allied Blenders.


Subscription Status

Qualified Institutional Buyers (QIB)


S (HNI) ₹2 lakhs to ₹10 lakhs


B (HNI) Above ₹10 lakhs


Non Institutional Investors (NII)


Retail Individuals




Overall Subscription


Data Source: BSE

The response to the IPO of Allied Blenders was generally considered strong. The QIB portion witnessed a subscription of 53.01 times, while the HNI/NII portion saw a subscription of 34.09 times. The Retail portion experienced a subscription of 4.73 times, culminating in an overall subscription of 24.85 times for the IPO.

Disclaimer:Investments in the securities market are subject to market risk, read all related documents carefully before investing. This content is for educational purposes only. Securities quoted are exemplary and not recommendatory.

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