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What is Demat Account ?

A demat account is a digital platform for holding and managing securities in an electronic format. It replaces physical share certificates, allowing investors to buy, sell, and transfer securities conveniently. It offers secure storage, faster settlements, and access to online trading platforms. Opening a demat account is essential for participating in the modern stock market.

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How to Open Demat Account In 4 Steps

Step 1

Fill up your information on the signup form

Step 2

Enter OTP received on the registered mobile number

Step 3

Enter KYC details &  15 Second Face video

Step 4

Get Demat Account details on the registered Email ID

Frequently Asked Questions

A Demat Account is one of the basic requirements to trade online. A Demat Account allows investors to convert physical shares into the dematerialized format and hold them in electronic form. Apart from shares, the Demat Account can also hold bonds, ETFs, mutual funds, gold bonds, and other similar assets with a unique ISIN number.

If you are opening an online A/c with us, then once your documents are successfully verified and e-Sign is done, your A/c will be activated within 1 hour. You would receive a welcome email to your registered email id once your account is activated.


  • Regular Demat account- Traders who reside in India use this type of account.
  • Repatriable Demat account – This account is useful to the Non-Resident Indians as it allows fund transfers abroad. It requires an associated NRE bank account.
  • Non- Repatriable Demat account – This account, too, is for the Non-Resident Indians. However, in this case, funds cannot be transferred abroad, and this account requires an associated NRO bank account.
  • Account opening with Angel One is a 100% paperless process. Following are the documents that are required for opening an account.

    Proof of Identity Documents

    • Pancard
    • Passport
    • Voter ID
    • Driving License

    Proof of Address Documents

    • Passport
    • Voter ID
    • Registered Lease or Sale Agreement
    • Driving License
    • Utility Bills
    • Bank Passbook

Any individual who is a resident of India with the required proof of identification, proof of address, proof of income can open a demat account to purchase and sell securities and other instruments through the stock exchanges in India.

  • Less paperwork since securities held in electronic form & no hassle for the customer.
  • Secure and convenient way to keep track of shares
  • Quick transfer of shares
  • Easy holding no storage risk – Unlike paper certificates dematerialized stocks and shares can’t be stolen or damage or forged.
  • Yes, an NRI can open a demat account; however, rules of FEMA – Foreign Exchange Management Act will be applicable.

    As per Reserve Bank of India (RBI), an NRI can only own up to 5 % of the paid – up capital in an Indian registered company. An NRI can invest in IPOs – Initial Public Offers, however, it is based on a repatriable basis using the NRE demat funds through their NRE (Non-Resident External) Rupee bank account. Nevertheless, if the NRI invests on a non-repatriable basis, then their NRO (Non-Resident Ordinary) Rupee account and NRO demat account will be operated.

    Through the PINS – Portfolio Investment Scheme an NRI is permitted to transact in shares and mutual funds through their account in India.

  • Yes, multiple demat accounts can be opened by an investor. An investor can open more than one account in the same name with the same DP as well as with various other DPs. However, for all accounts, the investor is required to strictly comply with the KYC regulations and provide Proof of Identity, Proof of Address and other documentation proofs as stipulated by SEBI. The PAN card of the investor is mandatory and is required to be furnished at the time of setting up the account