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Friday, December 07, 2018  SENSEX  : 35673.25  361.12     -  Adani Ports : 373.75  [9.85]    Asian Paints : 1318.60  [23.55]    Axis Bank : 603.25  [2.90]    Bajaj Auto : 2779.75  [60.70]    Bharti Airtel : 303.90  [-0.20]    Coal India : 236.80  [-3.90]    H D F C : 1952.25  [8.05]    HDFC Bank : 2105.65  [11.55]    Hero Motocorp : 3064.05  [46.65]    Hind. Unilever : 1822.85  [22.45]    ICICI Bank : 352.15  [4.60]    IndusInd Bank : 1565.45  [-4.30]    Infosys : 681.05  [12.85]    ITC : 274.10  [2.00]    Kotak Mah. Bank : 1282.25  [100.75]    Larsen & Toubro : 1398.45  [18.85]    M & M : 720.65  [9.75]    Maruti Suzuki : 7314.10  [104.40]    NTPC : 137.85  [-1.30]    O N G C : 139.90  [-0.25]    Power Grid Corpn : 182.55  [-0.75]    Reliance Inds. : 1133.25  [9.80]    St Bk of India : 275.40  [-0.35]    Sun Pharma.Inds. : 411.30  [-8.80]    Tata Motors : 162.45  [0.05]    Tata Motors-DVR : 89.15  [0.55]    Tata Steel : 507.90  [-3.15]    TCS : 1995.95  [4.20]    Vedanta : 195.90  [0.55]    Wipro : 334.20  [2.50]    Yes Bank : 166.10  [-2.20]    
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Depository
There are only two depositories in India, namely, NSDL (National Securities Depository Ltd.) and CDSL (Central Depository Services Ltd.). JYOTI is the Depository Participant to both the Depositories. JYOTI is also providing the online punching facility to clients known as SPEED-e
What is a Depository?
A depository is an organisation which holds securities (like shares, debentures, bonds, government securities, mutual fund units etc.) of investors in electronic form at the request of the investors through a registered Depository Participant. It also provides services related to transactions in securities.
How is a depository similar to a bank?
How many Depositories are registered with SEBI?
Who is a Depository Participant?
Is it compulsory for every investor to open a beneficial owner (BO) account to trade in the capital market?
What are the benefits of availing depository services?
 How can services of a depository be availed?
How can one open an account?
What are all charges an investor has to pay for opening and maintenance of a BO account?
Why should an investor give his bank account details at the time of BO account opening?
Can an investor change the details of his bank account?
What should be done if the address of the investor changes?
What would be the charges for account closure and securities transfer due to account closing?
Can multiple accounts be opened?
Does the investor have to keep any minimum balance of securities in his account?
Is it necessary to have account with the same DP as broker has?
Can an investor open a single account for securities owned in different ownership patterns such as securities owned individually and securities owned jointly with others?
What is required to be done if one has physical certificates with the same combination of names, but the sequence of names is different i.e. some certificates with ‘A’ as first holder and ‘B’ as second holder and other set of certificates with ‘B’ as first holder and ‘A’ as the second holder?
Can an investor operate a joint account on "either or survivor" basis just like a bank account?
Can someone else operate the account on behalf of the BO on the basis of a power of attorney?
Can addition or deletion of names of accountholders is permitted after opening the account?
Can an investor close his demat account with one DP and transfer all securities to another account with another DP?
What if there are any discrepancies in the statement of holdings?
Whether investor can freeze his account(s)?
Transmission of dematerialised securities
What is transmission of dematerialised securities?
Transmission is the process by which securities of a deceased account holder are transferred to the account of his legal heirs / nominee. Process of transmission in case of dematerialised holdings is more convenient as the transmission formalities for all securities held in a demat account can be completed by submitting documents to the DP, whereas in case of physical securities the legal heirs/nominee/surviving joint holder has to independently correspond with each company in which securities are held.
In the event of death of the sole holder, how the successors should claim the securities lying in the demat account?
Inter Depository Transfers
If a BO holds an account with NSDL/CDSL, can he receive securities from an account in CDSL/NSDL?
Yes. Inter depository transfers are possible without any additional costs.
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