Marwadi Shares FAQs | General Question
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, an individual can square up their position. The customer can short sell i.e. go short and square up within the settlement or it can go long and square up within the settlement.
NSE gurantees each trade. In case there is any dispute then one can refer to the investor grievances cell, National Stock exchange of India.
All the Indian Residents or corporates, overseas corporate bodies and FIIs are eligible.
If any documents is missed or there is a signature mismatch. Then, a demat request can be rejected.
An individual needs to submit the following documents: • Passport. • Voter Card. • Driving License. • PAN Card. • Ration Card. • Bank Passbook.
A customer can have maximum 3 names that can be included.
There is no change in the BTST orders.
It takes up to 3 days to get a demat account opened.
No, as of now, there are no changes in the working of ODIN.
Yes, it is compulsory to have a nominee’s photograph and signature is required.
Yes, the partial dematerialization done by the companies.
Yes, the clients will get the limit on the stock sold are lying in the Margin Pledge/CUSA. These limits will be across all the segments in all the exchanges as it is reduced by VaR ELM of the stocks sold.
Yes, in order to initiate trading with Marwadi Shares. One needs to deposit the upfront margin with us.
The complete status of the bank, demat and e-broking account that will be available to you within online 24 hours.