How can I get to know if NFO is allotted one's allotment confirmed?

How can I get to know if NFO is allotted one's allotment confirmed?

The units of the New Fund Offering (NFO) will be allotted and credited into the Client’s Demat account within 5 working days of the closing date of the NFO. You can also check the details of the same under Dashboard in ‘Fyers Direct’.


For the transaction details you can Login to ‘My Account’ > Go to Reports > Bills & Contracts > Search by the Date > You will find the transaction details of your NFO allotment.
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