What is Lock-in?

“Lock-in” implies a freeze on the shares sale for a several time period. SEBI rules have stipulated lock-in needs on stocks of promoters mainly to make sure that the promoters or main-persons, who’re managing the firm, shall continue to hold a few minimum per cent in the firm after the public issue.

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