Unlisted are also called OTC securities

Opportunity for real-time investors

Unlisted shares, also known as off-market stocks, are not traded on traditional/regulated stock exchanges.

About Unlisted Share

Unlisted shares, also known as private shares or shares of privately-held companies, are shares of companies that are not publicly traded on a stock exchange. These shares are typically held by a limited number of investors, often including founders, early employees, venture capitalists, and other private investors.

  • High Return Potential
  • Diversification of Risk
  • Exponential Growth

Types of Unlisted Share

1. Startup Shares

Shares of early-stage companies that are still in their development and growth phases. These shares can be high-risk, high-reward investments as the companies have the potential for significant growth but also face higher uncertainty.

2. Pre-IPO Shares

Shares held by investors before a company goes public through an initial public offering (IPO). These investors often include venture capital firms and angel investors who provided funding during the company’s private stages.

3. Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs)

Shares offered to employees as part of their compensation packages. ESOPs allow employees to own a stake in the company and benefit from its potential success.

4. Secondary Market Transactions

Some platforms and markets facilitate the trading of unlisted shares between private investors. These secondary markets provide a way for existing shareholders to sell their shares to other investors without the company going through an IPO.

5. Private Equity Shares

Shares in companies that are owned by private equity firms. These firms invest in private companies with the aim of improving their performance and eventually selling them at a profit.

6. Family-Owned Business Shares

Shares of businesses that are owned and operated by a family. These shares may be transferred among family members or sold to outside investors.

7. Venture Capital and Angel Investor Shares

Shares held by venture capital firms and angel investors who provide funding to startups and early-stage companies in exchange for ownership stakes.

8. Convertible Securities

Some unlisted shares might come in the form of convertible securities, such as convertible preferred stock or convertible debt. These securities can be converted into equity shares at a later date, often during a funding round or exit event.

9. Strategic Investor Shares

Shares held by strategic investors who invest in a company with the intention of gaining a competitive advantage or access to the company’s products, services, or technology.

10. Restricted Stock

Unlisted shares that come with certain restrictions, such as lock-up periods during which shareholders are prohibited from selling their shares.

How Its Work

Step 01 – Deal Proposal

Deal put forward between Buyer and seller for the unlisted stock over msg, what’s up or email

Step 02 – Documents

Buyer document for the confirmation of deal ie Pan card, adhar card, client Master, cancel Cheque

Step 03 – Transfer of Share

Buyer transfer deal amount to bank account details provided by Dreamsure

Step 04 – Fast Delivery

We transfer stock to buyer account after confirmation of fund and raise contact note

List Of Unlisted Shares