A Reliance Capital Limited Company is the financial services division of the Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani (ADA) group. The Reliance ADA group is one of the three business houses in India. It has a wide range of presence across the various segments. The major interest of the group revolves from communications and financial services to the generation, transmission and the distribution of power, infrastructure and entertainment.
Reliance Securities is the web-based investment portal. This website enables its customers to make investments and manage most of the services that are provided by the Reliance Securities including Equity (Stock Trading), Commodity Trading, Derivatives, Mutual Fund Investment, IPO Investment, Life Insurances, General Insurances, Money Transfer, Currency Derivatives, Gold Coins and Credit Card Services. Recently, the firm has entered into providing the Wealth Management Services with various tools such as investment in equity-linked portfolio management services, structured products, insurance and mutual funds.
Reliance Securities allows trading in NSE, BSE&MCX-SX, NCDEX, NMCE.
Account Opening with Reliance Securities
Reliance Securities avails its customers with an all-in-one account facility. The company provides the facility of opening a demat account with the full-service broker. Reliance Securities demat account holds the shares or securities in an electronic form. The dematerialised account is commonly known as a demat account. In order to do any transaction in the stock exchange an investor must have a demat account. The investor can simply open a demat account with the help of the broker. The demat account makes the trading, investing, etc. way smoother and faster.
Documents Necessary to open an account with Reliance Securities
A certain set of documents is required to open an account with Reliance Securities. The documents are as follows:
You will find the carried forward positions under the positions tab and the same will be further uploaded under NSE exchange, as NSE is our clearing corporation to settle the trades executed in both the NSE and BSE.