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What is a Demat account? Demat account concepts & processes, everything you need to know:

Demat is the shortened version of dematerialized accounts and was first introduced in India in 1996 by the National Stock Exchange (NSE). A Demat account allows an investor or traders to perform electronic trading of shares, Government bonds, mutual funds, commodities, and other securities. Previously, stocks and securities were only available and exchanged as physical

Demat account for NRIs

A Demat account, an abbreviation for Dematerialized account, is an electronic depository account that lets you store the shares purchased in the Indian share markets. It is one of the mandatory needs for an investor to trade in the Indian markets, no matter where they are based at. There are two types of Demat accounts: