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Safe, Secure, Online and Seamless mode to keep track of your investments.
Demat account is used to hold your various investments such as stocks, mutual funds, bonds, and exchange-traded funds, in electronic form.
When you make an investment such as buying stocks, then the quantity of stocks is directly credited to your demat account after two workings days from the date of purchase. At any time, your demat account with us will reflect the details of your existing holdings.
Safe, Online and Seamless mode to keep track of your investments.
Demat account is used to hold your various investments such as stocks, mutual funds, bonds, and government securities exchange-traded funds, in electronic form.
When you make an investment such as buying stocks, then the quantity of stocks is directly credited to your demat account. If you sell stocks, then these will be transferred out of your demat account, which will then show the balance remaining therein. At any time, your demat account with us will reflect the details of your existing holdings.
Reliance Securities demat account is a secured and convenient way to track your securities and investments.
Get to know how you can benefit from demat accounts.
Risk elimination from handling physical documents
Cost Reduction – Transfer costs due to levy of stamp duty
Saving transaction time and increasing liquidity
All investments under one roof
A Tax Saving Scheme for Retail Investors.
A Tax Saving Scheme for Retail investors
Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme (RGESS) is a tax saving scheme announced in the Union Budget 2012-13 (para 35) and further expanded vide Union Budget 2013-14 (para 61 & 144). The objective of the scheme is to encourage the flow of savings and to improve the depth of domestic capital markets.
The scheme is designed exclusively for the first-time retail individual investors in the securities market, whose gross total income for the year is less than or equal to Rs.12 lakh. The investor would get under Section 80CCG of the Income Tax Act, a 50% deduction of the amount so invested, for up to a maximum investment of Rs.50,000 from his/her taxable income for that year.
BENEFITS OF RGESS
The allowed tax deduction u/s 80CCG will be over and above the Rs.1 Lakh limit, permitted under section 80C of the Income Tax (IT) Act, making it thus attractive for middle class investors.
Dividend income is also tax free.
Investor is free to trade/churn the portfolio after the lock-in period in each of the years following the first year of investment, subject to certain conditions.
APPLY FOR RGESS:
Download FORM A and submit the duly filled form at your nearest RSL branch.
Download Form A
RELEASING OF STOCKS:
For Unfreezing of Stock in your Demat account, download FORM B and submit the duly filled form at your nearest RSL branch.
Download Form B
Charges on our depository services.
Charges on the various depository services that we offer.
For detailed tariff sheet
Lifetime free DP AMC
Pay refundable deposit amount of Rs 2500 to avail existing AMC debit balance waiver in demat account along with no monthly DP AMC charges for lifetime*
Deposit will be refunded on closure of Demat account; by crediting the amount to the ledger of client
Facility available for Individual/HUFs/trust accounts only
* Other DP billing charges are applicable.
Get a more accessible account at a lower cost.
Get a more accessible account at a lower cost.
In a view to facilitate and increase individual participation in capital markets, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) announced a basic depository facility with lesser charges for investors in August 2012.
Who can avail BSDA?
Individuals who are yet to open a demat account.
Investors who have a demat account and are the sole or first holder.
Investors who have a demat account where they are a joint holder, not necessarily the first holder. Such investors will be eligible for BSDA terms only for the one where they are the sole or the first holder.
As per SEBI, one person can have only one BSDA.
No annual maintenance charges if your holding is within Rs.50,000. Maximum charges will be Rs.100 if your holding is between Rs.50,001 and Rs.2,00,000.
If your holding crosses the maximum limit of Rs.2,00,000, then, normal demat account charges will be levied.
We at Reliance Securities, for our patrons with existing demat account, give an option to convert to BSDA from the next billing cycle, depending on the value of your holdings or securities in the account.
Get to know the services offered by us.
Dematerialization – Physical to Electronic
Rematerialization – Electronic to Physical
Corporate Benefits – Allotment of Bonus, Split, Rights, etc.
Easi - Internet facility to access demat holding online
Pledging of Dematerialized shares
SEBI Registration Nos.:Stock Broker:- INZ000172433
Depository Participant:CDSL:- IN-DP-257-2016 | NSDL:- IN-DP-NSDL-363-2013
Mutual Funds: AMFI ARN No.29889
IRDA Corporate Agent (Composite) Registration Number :
CA0195 (valid till 31-Mar-2019)
Corporate Identity Number:
Brokerage will not exceed the SEBI prescribed limit. Investment in securities market are subject to market risks, read all the related documents carefully before investing. Insurance is a subject matter of solicitation.
Compliance Officer :
Mr. Palkesh Shah (email id: firstname.lastname@example.org
In case of grievances for Securities Broking write to us at:
and for DP: