Two Depository
There are two depositories in India, the National Securities Depository Limited and the Central Depository Services (India) Ltd. The depositories are regulated by the Securities & Exchange Board of India Ltd. and are governed by the Depositories Act, 1996. A client can open his account with either depository (through a depository participant) since both depositories are inter-connected to each other and are also connected to both the premier exchanges, NSE and BSE.

Function of a Depository
In the depository system, securities are held in depository accounts, which is more or less similar to holding funds in bank accounts. Transfer of ownership of securities is done through simple account transfers. This method does away with all the risks and hassles normally associated with paperwork. Consequently, the cost of transacting in a depository environment is considerably lower as compared to transacting in certificates.

The depository system also allows distribution of dividends through the RBI’s ECS system, whereever the participating company has agreed to such service. Other entitlements such as bonuses, split-ups are also directly effected by the depository into the investor’s account.

The following can be held in the depository (electronic) form:
Shares (listed or unlisted)
RBI Relief Bonds
Government Securities (through a Primary Dealer)
Units of Mutual Funds
Money Market instruments


Benefits of Depository

In the depository system, the ownership and transfer of securities takes place by means of electronic book entries which are facilitated by executing the ‘demat request slip’ (which is similar to a cheque leaf) or through direct instruction system on the internet.

  • elimination of bad deliveries
  • elimination of all risks associated with physical certificates
  • no stamp duty
  • immediate transfer and registration of securities
  • faster settlement cycle
  • faster disbursement of non-cash corporate benefits like rights, bonus, etc.
  • reduction in brokerage by any brokers for trading in dematerialized securities
  • reduction in handling of huge volumes of paper
  • periodic status reports
  • elimination of problems related to change of address of investor, transmission, etc.
  • elimination of problems related to selling securities on behalf of a minorease in portfolio monitoring


Fair Intermediate Investment Pvt Ltd. Demat Services boasts of an ever-growing customer base of over 7 lacs account holders. In our continuous endeavor to offer best of the class services to our customers we offer the following features:-

Find out more advantages under the following heads.

Depository Open your E-share account
Our E- Share Schemes Easy transferability
Dematerialise your securities Pledge your securities
Trouble free trading Rematerialise your securities
Change of Address Faster Settlement
Transact (Security transfer) your securities Transmit (Transmission) your securities
  • Role of the DP
  • How to open a demat account
  • Important information on Service Tax
  • Corporate benefits
  • Tax aspects


                                               APPLICABLE FROM DATE 01/12/2023



Account Maintenance

1. One Year Rs.300/- (For First Quarter remaining Three Quarter FREE)

2. Five Year Rs.900/- (For First Quarter remaining Nineteen Quarter FREE)

3. Life Time Rs.1800/-

4. Non-Individual Rs.900/- Per year (Applied F.Y. Basis)

Dematerialisation Charges Rs.70/- Per Request (No limit on transaction value)
Rematerialisation Charges Rs.70/- Per Request (No limit on transaction value)
Transaction  (Debit) On Market Flat Rs.20/- (No limit on transaction value)

 Off- Market Flat Rs.25/- (No limit on    

 transaction value)

Outside FIIPL Flat Rs.30/- (No limit on transaction value)

 Non-POA A/C Flat Rs.30/- ( No limit on

 transaction value)

Pledge Creation Rs.25/- Per Trade (No limit on transaction value)
Pledge Closer Rs.25/- Per Trade (No limit on transaction value)
Other Charge Demat Rejection/Modification Rs.40/- per instance (Including Courier Charge).



1. GST @18% will be charge on above mention DP charges.

2. On customer request or to fulfil regulatory compliances if we need to    dispatch   physical documents, courier charge of Rs.25/- will be charged.

3. Maintenance & KRA charges will be charged in advance at the time of opening the




1.      Stamp Duty, Transaction charges and other taxes & levies will be charged as per prevailing rates.

2.      Charges/Service standards are subject to revision at sole discretion of FIIPL and as informed by circulars sent by ordinary post/E-Mail.

3.      The penalty and charges shall be as per rates of FIIPL.

4.      Rs.25/- will be charged to client in case of New Delivery Instruction Booklet is requested without requisition slip.

5.      Modification in client details, Rs.40/- per instance. (Except Mobile No. & E-mail ID)

6.      In case of non-payment of DP bill/dues within 30 days of due date, interest shall be charged up-to@2% per month on the outstanding dues.: