Demat


Simple Steps to Convert Physical Shares to Demat

Dematerialization of shares is now mandatory and if you hold any physical certificates, these must be converted to an electronic form at the earliest. The law will no longer allow the transfer of physical securities…


What are the Steps to Open a Demat Account

A demat or dematerialized account holds your investments in an electronic form. You may hold instruments such as shares, bonds, mutual funds, government securities, and Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) in these accounts. If you want to…


Benefits of a Demat Account

A dematerialization account is similar to a bank account. However, you hold cash in your bank account while the former holds securities in an electronic form. The securities may be shares, mutual funds, bonds, or…


Things You Should Know Before You Open a Demat Account

Investing in the stock market is lucrative because it delivers the highest returns when held for the long-term. Historically, shares were held as physical certificates but now if you want to invest in equities you…




Different Types of Trading & Demat Account

A trading account allows a trader to buy and sell shares, which in turn acts as an interface between a demat account and the investor’s bank. The shares purchased through a trading account is credited…


How To Know Your Demat Account Number?

What is a Demat Account Number? Demat account or a dematerialized account is essential if you want to carry out trading through electronic modes. If you wish to do share trading, then this is an…