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Underwriting of Shares means the contract in which underwriter agrees to take shares which will not be subscribed by public. For getting fast minimum subscription from public of his issued shares, company has to do this type of contract. With this, headache of selling and getting minimum subscription will be of underwriter not company. For this, company gives underwriting commission to underwriter which is controlled by SEBI. Still 5% on issue of shares or actual rate which is agreed in article of association which is less, is accepted to give it to underwriter.

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Who are underwriters?
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What are the provisions regarding underwriting?
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How are the number of unmarked applications calculated when the issue is fully underwritten ( with firm underwriting)?
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What is open underwriting?
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What is firm underwriting?
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What is an underwriting account?
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How is liability of each underwriter calculated when the issue is fully underwritten ( with firm underwriting)?
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Name the underwriting agencies in India.
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What is underwriting of shares?
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What are the functions of underwriters?
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How is liability of each underwriter calculated when issue is fully underwritten ( without firm underwriting)?
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What are unmarked applications?
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Name the types of underwriting.
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How is gross liability determined when issue is fully underwritten ( without firm underwriting)?
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How is marked application calculated when the issue is partially underwritten and no information is given regarding marked and unmarked applications?
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What are marked applications?
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What is underwriting commission?
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Give the journal entries in the books of the company for payment of commission.
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Give the journal entries in the books of the company for commission due.
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What are the advantages of underwriting?
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