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About NSDL

NSDL is the primary electronic depository of securities in India, that came into existence in the year 1996, based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The promotion of NSDL is done by the country’s largest banks and institutions, i.e. IDBI, UTI and Bombay Stock Exchange. Further, India’s leading banks hold a stake in NSDL.

Demat custody includes shares, debenture, bonds, commercial papers and so on.

Basic services provided by NSDL include account maintenance, settlement of trade, dematerialization, rematerialization. It also facilitates off-market transfers and inter-depository transfers, pledge, and hypothecation of securities, stock lending and so on                                                                                             

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