Research Reports

DateCompany NameReports
20/07/2022Supreme Industries LtdInitial Coverage Report
28/07/2022Supreme Industries LtdQuarterly Update Q1FY23
27/07/2022Nippon Life India Asset Management LtdInitiating Coverage Report
01/08/2022Nippon Life India Asset Management LtdQuarterly Update Q1FY23
04/08/2022Ratnamani Metals & TubesInitiating Coverage Report
15/08/2022Ratnamani Metals & TubesQuarterly Update Q1FY23
22/08/2022Polycab India LtdInitiating Coverage Report
22/09/2022Indraprastha Gas Limited Initiating Coverage Report
07/09/2022Angel OneInitiating Coverage Report
03/10/2022IndiaMART InterMESH LimitedInitiating Coverage Report
17/10/2022Angel One Quarterly Update Q2FY23
17/10/2022IDFC First Bank LtdInitiating Coverage Report
20/10/2022Polycab India LtdQuarterly Update Q2FY23
20/10/2022Nippon Life India Asset Management Ltd.Quarterly Update Q2FY23
24/10/2022IndiaMART InterMESH LimitedQuarterly Update Q2FY23
25/10/2022IDFC First Bank LtdQuarterly Update Q2FY23
25/10/2022Indraprastha Gas Limited Quarterly Update Q2FY23
31/10/2022MCX India LimitedInitial Coverage Report
2/11/2022Supreme Industries LtdQuarterly Update Q2FY23
11/11/2022G R Infraprojects LtdInitiating Coverage Report
11/11/2022Ratnamani Metals & TubesQuarterly Update Q2FY23
23/11/2023Can Fin Homes LtdInitiating Coverage Report

Miscellaneous services : Transaction alerts through SMS, e-locker facilities, chatbots for instantaneously responding to investor queries etc. have also been developed.

e-CAS facility : Consolidated Account Statements are available online and could also be accessed through mobile app to facilitate the investors to view their holdings in demat form.

e-DIS / Demat Gateway :  Investors can give instructions for transfer of securities through e-DIS apart from physical DIS. Here, for on-market transfer of securities, investors need to provide settlement number along with the ISIN and quantity of securities being authorized for transfer. Client shall be required to authorize each e-DIS valid for a single settlement number / settlement date, by way of OTP and PIN/password, both generated at Depositories end. Necessary risk containment measures are being adopted by Depositories in this regard.

Online instructions for execution : Internet-enabled services like Speed-e (NSDL) & Easiest (CDSL) empower a demat account holder in managing his/her securities ‘anytime-anywhere’ in an efficient and convenient manner and submit instructions online without the need to use paper. These facilities allows Beneficial Owner (BO) to submit transfer instructions and pledge instructions including margin pledge from their demat account. The instruction facilities are also available on mobile applications through android, windows and IOS platforms.

E-account opening : Account opening through digital mode, popularly known as “On-line Account opening”, wherein investor intending to open the demat account can visit DP website, fill in the required information, submit the required documents, conduct video IPV and demat account gets opened without visiting DPs office.

Linkages with Clearing System :  for actual delivery of securities to the clearing system from the selling brokers and delivery of securities from the clearing system to the buying broker.

Transposition cum dematerialization : In case of transposition-cumdematerialisation, client can get securities dematerialised in the same account ifthe names appearing on the certificates match with the names in which the account has been opened but are in a different order. The same may be done
by submitting the security certificates along with the Transposition Form and Demat Request Form.

Basic Services Demat Account (BSDA) : The facility of BSDA with limited services for eligible individuals was introduced with the objective of achieving wider financial inclusion and to encourage holding of demat accounts. No Annual Maintenance Charges (AMC) shall be levied, if the value of securities holding is upto Rs. 50,000. For value of holdings between Rs 50,001- 2,00,000, AMC not exceeding Rs 100 is chargeable. In case of debt securities, there are no AMC charges for holding value upto Rs 1,00,000 and a maximum of Rs 100 as AMC is chargeable for value of holdings between Rs 1,00,001 and Rs 2,00,000.