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Kurl-on Limited Unlisted Shares

Pre-IPO 
Furniture Company

About Company:

Kurl-on - India's most furniture brand, supported by a 10000+ strong dealer network, 70+ branches & stock points.

Company Overview

Kurl-on has been energizing India since 1962, from being a humble homegrown Company, today Kurl-on is the largest selling Mattress maker & the only industry players who have a direct presence across over 150 Cities servicing large network of over 7500 retailers. Kurl-on is evolving at fast pace, from being Mattress Makers to Largest Mattress retailer in India with growing direct retail presence ultimately fabricating large Omni channel Network.

Promoter-Management

Name Designation

Mr. T Sudhakar Pai Chairman & Managing Director

Mrs. Jaya S Pai Non-Executive Director

Dr. Nitin G Khot Non-Executive & Independent Director

Sri. S Ananthnarayanan Non-Executive & Independent Director

Shareholders Pattern

Category of shareholder No. of shares Holding (in %)

Promoters 3,09,47,449 85.06%

India Business Excellence Fund IIA 23,54,086 6.47%

IL AND FS Trust Company Ltd 13,24,174 3.64%

Others 17,56,684 4.83%

Total outstanding shares 3,63,82,393 100%

Annual Reports


KurlonAnnualReport 2019-20
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Kurlon Annual Report 2018-19
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Investing Opportunities

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the lock-in period of unlisted shares?
    If the company is unlisted, the shares can be traded as many times as per the will but once the company is listed, the shares can not sold for next 1 year.
  • Does SEBI regulate Unlisted Market?
    Rules and Regulations of SEBI are applicable in the Unlisted Market but to become an unlisted share broker, there is no such regulation yet.
  • Is buying or selling Unlisted Shares in India legal?
    Yes it is legal to buy and sell unlisted shares in India.
  • What is the Minimum Ticket Size for Investment in Unlisted Shares?
    Depending on the lot size of the shares, there is no fixed ticket size to buy and sell unlisted shares.
  • What is the Minimum Ticket Size for Investment in Unlisted Shares?
    Depending on the lot size of the shares, there is no fixed ticket size to buy and sell unlisted shares.
  • Is buying or selling Unlisted Shares in India legal?
    Yes it is legal to buy and sell unlisted shares in India.
  • Does SEBI regulate Unlisted Market?
    Rules and Regulations of SEBI are applicable in the Unlisted Market but to become an unlisted share broker, there is no such regulation yet.
  • What is the lock-in period of unlisted shares?
    If the company is unlisted, the shares can be traded as many times as per the will but once the company is listed, the shares can not sold for next 1 year.
  • What is the Minimum Ticket Size for Investment in Unlisted Shares?
    Depending on the lot size of the shares, there is no fixed ticket size to buy and sell unlisted shares.
  • Does SEBI regulate Unlisted Market?
    Rules and Regulations of SEBI are applicable in the Unlisted Market but to become an unlisted share broker, there is no such regulation yet.
  • What is the lock-in period of unlisted shares?
    If the company is unlisted, the shares can be traded as many times as per the will but once the company is listed, the shares can not sold for next 1 year.
  • Is buying or selling Unlisted Shares in India legal?
    Yes it is legal to buy and sell unlisted shares in India.
  • What is the lock-in period of unlisted shares?
    If the company is unlisted, the shares can be traded as many times as per the will but once the company is listed, the shares can not sold for next 1 year.
  • What is the Minimum Ticket Size for Investment in Unlisted Shares?
    Depending on the lot size of the shares, there is no fixed ticket size to buy and sell unlisted shares.
  • Is buying or selling Unlisted Shares in India legal?
    Yes it is legal to buy and sell unlisted shares in India.
  • Does SEBI regulate Unlisted Market?
    Rules and Regulations of SEBI are applicable in the Unlisted Market but to become an unlisted share broker, there is no such regulation yet.
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