Why open a Demat Account with HDFC Bank?
Avail of the following features and benefits with a Demat Account from HDFC Bank:
Premier Banking customers can enjoy preferential pricing and discounts on Account Maintenance Charges (AMC). As a cross-product benefit, HDFC Bank Savings Account customers can enjoy AMC waiver for the first year of Demat Account opening.
Wide range of securities
You can invest in and hold a multitude of securities, such as equities, derivatives and fixed-income instruments. You can also hold Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) and Mutual Funds in your Demat Account.
Hassle-free movement of funds
You can link your HDFC Bank Savings Account to your Demat and Trading Account. This way, you can enjoy hassle-free fund transfer from Savings Account to your Trading Account. Also, you can instantly redeem your investment returns from your Demat Account to your Savings Account.
You can track your investments and get account statement at any time, any place, via Net Banking. Optimise your investments to maximise returns.
Create long term wealth with professionally curated and diversified portfolio. You can invest in multiple stocks and ETFs at once, using the one-click investment option.
Digital Loan facility available
You can pledge your shares and Mutual Funds to avail of a quick Digital Loan. This way, you can get access to quick financing without liquidating your important assets.
Below are the options to open the HDFC Bank Demat a/c:
DigiDemat 2in1 Demat & Trading A/c:
Existing HDFC Bank a/c holders, click here to open DigiDemat 2in1 Demat & Trading a/c. Experience the joy of seamless investing. Open DigiDemat 2in1 account in just 3 easy steps! You can complete the process in less than 10^mins
Pre-requisites for successful a/c opening:
Keep PAN & Aadhaar card handy
Keep Cust id, Bank a/c no & Bank IFSC code handy
Mobile number to be linked with Aadhaar
Picture of signature on white paper for upload
SmartInvest 3in1 A/c (Savings A/c + Demat A/c + Trading A/c)
If you don’t have HDFC Bank a/c, click here to open SmartInvest 3in1 Account
With 3-in-1 Account Manage Savings, Start Investing. Create Portfolio. Build Wealth
Safe, Secure & Seamless investment experience
Enjoy earning savings account interest till trade order execution
Multiple Investment platforms personalised for inves
Pre-requisites for successful a/c opening:
*NTB = new to bank who do not have sav/sal account relationship.
*Demat & Trading a/c will be activated only post completing saving a/c video KYC
3.HDFC Bank Standalone Demat A/c:
If you wish to open only HDFC Bank Demat click here to open 1in1 Demat Account
4. HDFC Securities Trading a/c:
If you already have HDFC Bank standalone Demat a/c click here to open & link HDFC securities trading a/c
5. Open Demat Account Offline
You can also visit the nearest HDFC Bank branch with the required documents to open a Demat A/c offline in single or joint pattern
Demat Account glossary
Become a better investor and understand the various terms associated with a Demat Account:
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is the regulatory body for the securities market in the country.
A depository is an entity that holds an investor’s securities like shares, bonds, debentures, government securities, Mutual Fund units, etc., in electronic format through a registered Depository Participant (DP). Presently, two depositories are registered with SEBI, the Central Depository Services (India) Limited (CDSL) and the National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL).
Depository Participants (DP)
A DP is depository agent that connects the investors with the depositories. The following entities can register as DP, provided they comply by the regulations prescribed by the SEBI:
Public financial institutions
Scheduled commercial banks
Foreign banks operating in India with Reserve Bank of India (RBI)-approval
State financial corporations
Non-banking financial companies (NBFCs)
Share transfer agents
Settlement refers to the process where the buyer receives the securities, and the seller receives the payment for the sale of those securities.
Portfolio holding is the process wherein you keep your investments such as equities, ETFs, Mutual Fund units, etc., in your Demat Account.
Demat Account Number
Demat Account Number is a 16-digit account number you receive when you open a Demat Account. This number is also known as Beneficial Owner Identification number (BO ID).
International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) is a unique 12-digit alphanumeric identification number allotted to an equity. Different types of equities, even if they are issued by the same issuer, will have different ISIN.