Bonanza is a very old and trustworthy broker. Incorporated on 1994 as a financial service provider and in a short span of time, Bonanza has emerged as one of the best full-service brokers of India. Bonanza provides the facility to invest in NSE, BSE, MCX, MSEI, NCDEX, NMCE and ICEX. It is popular for its low brokerage charges as Rs.18 per executed order for all the segments. Bonanza is the depositary participant of both CDSL and NSDL and provide the flexibility to their customers to choose any national exchanges. Bonanza offers demat and trading account services in its platform. Bonanza is well-known for its customer-centric approach as customer’s satisfaction is the top-most priority of the company. Bonanza offers financial services right from equity broking, advisory services, portfolio management services,mutual fund and IPO. The main objective of the Bonanza is to maximize the client’s profit and to be one of the most trusted and globally reputed platforms.
Bonanza has its presence in more than 560 cities with more than 1784 outlets spread across India. Bonanza is well-known for attractive leverage and exposure facility through which you can buy unaffordable shares. It offers free trading software such as Bonanza Netnetlite, Bonanza Mobile Wave and Bonanza Diet. Bonanza has been rewarded by BSE as ‘Major Volume Driver’ (2004-05, 2006-07, 2007-08).
Bonanza is equipped with many unique features such as free demat & trading account opening, brokerage of flat Rs18 per executed order. handsome leverage facility in all segment, online & offline account opening facility method, trading software & tools and more than 1700+ branches are available across India.
NRML refers to when a trader wants to avail the leverage benefits in equity delivery whereas CNC (Cash and Carry) refers to when a trader can buy shares on the behalf of available funds in his/her account.
No, it is very much clear that securities received against investments under Foreign Direct Investment Scheme (FDI), Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS) and Scheme for investment on non-repatriation basis need to be credited into separate demat account and also investment under PIS can be on repatriation and non-repatriation basis.
NRI/PIO are allowed to open only one account with any designated bank (Preferred bank - Axis bank) in a prescribed format for PIS account. After that, bank can issue a PIS approval letter to the investor.