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  • How do I open an account with SNSF?
    Opening an account with SNSF is quick and easy. 1. Navigate to the “Open an Account” button on the Home page of the website. 2. Use the e-KYC tool, fill in all the required details and upload the necessary documents. 3. Upon verification these details, your account will be active and you can start your investing journey.
  • I already have a DEMAT account, can I port its management to SNSF?
    Yes. Porting management of an existing DEMAT account involves a few additional steps to protect the investor. Get in touch with our customer service team on help@namansec.com and we will guide you through the process.
  • What are the advantages of transferring ownership of my existing DEMAT account?
    Maintaining a DEMAT account is like maintaining a bank account for your shares. Having multiple accounts may benefit you depending on your requirements. Multiple accounts will lead to maintaining and compliance associated with multiple accounts. Also, it would split your holdings into multiple accounts.
  • What is Margin Money?
    Margin money is a requirement of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). It is the amount of money a Client needs to keep as a credit balance with the Clearing Corporation (CC) to be able to make a trade. Margin money can vary from script to script and from segment to segment (such as Equity Cash, Equity F&O, Currency, Commodity). Margin money can range from 10% to 100% of the trade value. Margin Money is calculated by the exchange. Any shortfall in the margin arising from Mark to Market (M2M) loss, must be paid immediately by the Client.
  • If I don’t have a Credit Balance with the CC, I can’t execute a trade?
    Yes. Without adequate margin money credited to the CC, a trade can not be executed as stipulated by the SEBI.
  • How do I make a payment against my trade?
    During the KYC process, a single Bank Account will be registered with SNSF. This Bank Account must be owned by you. It will be known as your Designated Bank Account. All payments to settle trades will be processed through this account only.
  • Can I see a list of my holdings in my DEMAT account?
    Yes. You can login to your DEMAT account and view your holdings in real time. Furthermore, you will receive a Statement of Holdings at the end of every trading week from SNSF.
  • What is the settlement period for a trade?
    The settlement period for a trade in the Equity markets is T+1. Here, T stands for the date the trade was executed. Therefore, all trades and dues are cleared within 1 working day from the date of execution.
  • What is SEBI?
    SEBI stands for the Securities and Exchange Board of India. SEBI is the premier regulatory authority for the stock markets and other investment activities. To know more about SEBI, visit their website www.SEBI.gov.in
  • How do I Escalate My Query/Complaint?
    If you have a concern about the service we have provided, you may escalate your complaint by contacting us on the phone number given in our Contact Us section or write to us at help@namansec.com with your detailed complaint. We will ensure to offer you a speedy resolution.

Still Have Questions?

Email us on help@namansec.com and we will do our best to help you. 

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