HDFC Securities is the most renowned financial service providing company which is a subsidiary of private bank HDFC. It provides the both online trading and the trading on the go i.e. mobile or tab. It facilitates its customers with a unique three in one feature that integrates your HDFC securities trading account with the existing HDFC bank savings account and the existing demat account. This account helps in the smooth movement of funds or shares from the demat or bank account to execute the transactions.
HDFC Securities avails its customers with the Cash-n-Carry on both the NSE and BSE, day trading on both the NSE and BSE, trade on the Futures & Options on the NSE and the online IPO investment.
Features of HDFC Securities
1. Smooth Transactions: It carries the transactions smoothly by integrating the accounts and ensuring that there must be minimal waste of time during the movement of funds and shares.
2. Instant order placement: Since the orders are placed electronically. Thus, they are available instantly.
3. Manipulation: An email confirmation is sent to prevent any mismanagement.
4. Security and Safety: It offers the highest level of security such as 128- bit encryption technology.
HDFC Securities Brokerage Charges
A customer has to pay a commission amount at the time of buying and selling stocks through HDFC securities. The brokerage charges for various segments such as equity, commodity and currency derivative trading for HDFC securities.
Monthly Fee (Fixed)
₹100 per lot or 1% of the premium (whichever is high)
₹23 per contract
₹20 per contract
0.02% for Intraday/ 0.025% for Positional
0.02% for Intraday/ 0.025% for Positional
There are some other charges charged by this full-service broker. The charges include the Transaction Charges, STT and more.
The Transaction charge is the combination of the Exchange Turnover Charge and Trade Clearing Charge.
HDFC Securities Transaction Charges
0.050% (On premium)
0.040% (On premium)
Securities Trading Taxes
HDFC Securities are the charges that the government taxes and the fees in addition to the brokerage. The HDFC STT charges are shown in the contract note sent to the customer at the end of the day.
HDFC Securities Tax on Trading
0.1% on both Buy and Sell
0.025% on the Sell Side
0.01% on Sell Side
0.05% on Sell Side (On Premium)
0.01% on sell side (Non-Agri)
0.05% on sell side
On Exercise Transaction
Right to Entitlement
0.05% on Sell Side
Stamp Duty Charges
Equity Delivery (Buy Side)
Equity Intraday (Buy Side)
Equity Futures (Buy Side)
Equity Options (Buy Side)
Currency Futures (Buy Side)
Currency Options (Buy Side)
Other General Charges
18% on (Brokerage + Transaction Charges + SEBI fee)
• NRE/NRO Regular Savings Account with any branch in India.
• NRE/NRO PIS Savings Account with the designated branch.
• NRE/NRO PIS Permission through HDFC Bank.
• NRE/NRO Demat Account with HDFC Bank.
• NRI Trading Account with HSL.
The application is processed at CPU and then it is forwarded to the HDFC Bank for the linking or opening of the bank and depository accounts. Once the savings and DP accounts are opened, the securities trading account is opened and then the details of all the accounts and the TIN, passwords, etc. are sent to you. If the application remains un processed because of any missing details then the customers will be contacted by the representative.
A cut off price is the offer price that is finalised by a company in consultation with the book running lead managers (BRLMs), that could be any price within the price band. It is different from a floor price that is the minimal price at which the bids can be made.
HDFC Bank Demat Account is the easiest, safest and the most convenient way of storing the investments. Now, open the demat account without any charges and then combine a trading account and a savings account to seamlessly bank and invest.
The “Limit Price” shall mean that the price limit must be specified by the client to the HDFC Securities up to which the price the stop loss limit order for the cover order can get executed. The “margin” shall mean that the total amount must be made available by the client to HDFC Securities for taking a Cover Order Position under this facility.
The PIS account are always opened as per the holding pattern of the demat account. Thus, if the demat account exists in the combination of A+B+C, then the PIS permission too would be in combination of A+B+C. However, the Bank account can be solely in the name of A.
Login with HDFC Securities trading website and then click on IPO button on the top navigation bar to see the list of current IPOs/FDs. Click on apply of the IPO that you would like to apply for. On Place order page choose the select investor status (i.e. ASBA Retail), enter the order information and then click on proceed.