Most brokers charge Demat Transaction charges on a monthly or daily basis for the transactions done by you. In case of monthly charge, it may become difficult for you to tally the amount at the end of the month. We believe in transparency and making things easy to understand. Hence, we deduct those charges on […]
Shares in your current demat account can be transferred to demat account with us by issuing appropriate instructions to your depository participant (DP) / broker through delivery instruction slip (DIS).
All the statutory charges and brokerage related to trading can be found in our Brokerage Calculator. Other charges not covered in the brokerage calculator can be found below: Particulars Charges (In Rs.) Demat AMC 300 plus GST Demat AMC for corporates 1000 plus GST Physical contract note / other statements etc 25 per contract note […]
If I submit the Client Master of my demat account with another DP, can I trade BTST or can I sell a Delivery?
No, you cannot. For these you’ll need to have a demat account with us. Usually opening a demat account is recommended if you wish to trade in cash segment with us.
For trading in the Cash Segment you require a demat account. Either open the demat account with us or submit us the Client master of your present DP.
Currently, we are not offering services for delivery selling from stocks held with another DP. Please transfer them to your demat account with us to be able to sell the same with us.
Transfer of securities from an account in one depository to an account in another depository is termed as an inter-depository transfer.
Your current DP must have provided you with the client master. It is a single page document which contains your DP details. If it is not available with you right now please contact your present DP.
If you already have a demat account with some other DP, even that can be linked to your trading account with us. However there are limitations with an outside DP demat account. Hence it is preferable to have a demat account with us for a smoother experience.
For regulatory reasons like audit etc., we only accept hard copy of DIS.