Fund Deposits

Funds deposit : To allocate funds to the trading account

1.NSE NOW - Payment Gateway

Customers can do fund transfer from NOW Trading platform through direct payment gateway interface banks - HDFC , ICICI , AXIS and from other 32 leading public and private sector banks through BillDesk payment processing platform. Funds that are transferred through these payment gateway modes ,trading limit will be instantaneously updated . Customers need not be required to send any information to the funds department . Transferred amount will get updated in the customer account ledger automatically.
Note : Please ensure to use this fund transfer mode between 6 : 00 am to 5 : 00 pm on any trading days.

2.Electronic Fund Transfer-NEFT / RTGS & IMPS

Register any of our company bank account number for third party fund transfer facility by NEFT / RTGS and IMPS .On registering the bank account number and upon receipt of confirmation from bank, fund transfer can be initiated. While initiating the fund transfer , customer should ensure the trading client code details is mentioned in the remarks column of the fund transfer screen for tracking purpose .

Once the funds transfer process is successfully completed , customer are required to share either the snapshot of debit confirmation or passbook / bank statement of the debited bank account to for passing the credit entry in the account ledger.

Note : The transfer proofs is must as stock brokers are required to maintain an audit trail of the funds received through electronic fund transfers in order to ensure that the funds are received from the respective client registered bank account only.

3. Cheque Deposit

The cheques can be deposited in any one the following banks ( HDFC / ICICI / AXIS / State Bank of India / INDUSIND & BANK OF INDIA).

Customer should scan the cheque / cheque deposit challan to .The credit entry in the client account ledger will be passed on cheque realization basis, subject to submission of cheque deposit proofs

Note: Customers having bank account where the company also has its bank account , for operational convenience it is advisable to present the cheque in the same bank account for quick collections .