The eight and the ninth characters are an abbreviation signifying the type of security,in your case unsecured debentures while the third character indicates the issuer type that is (company,banking company&statutory corporation)
8. Rohit Aug 7, 2015 9:32:20 PM IST
The eight and the ninth company,banking company&statutory corporation.
7. Rohit Aug 7, 2015 9:29:31 PM IST
The eight and the ninth company,banking company&statutory corporation
6. PRANJAL JAISWAL Dec 15, 2014 4:38:35 PM IST
Hi, I was reading an xls files so I couldn''t get one of the ISIN No.
IN99NTCE0005, IN99REPO0001, IN0020020023 so could you please help me to read what are these no referring for ? I am maily looking for the 9 digit (middle one) I have already aware of the method to calculate the check digit. Please reply as soon as possbile.
5. Pawan Wadhwa Dec 19, 2013 3:13:09 PM IST
C - Municipal corporation D - Union Territories E - Company, Statutory Corporation, Banking Company F - Mutual funds including UTI Maximum issuer types can be 35 (A to Z and 0 to 8.) The characters fourth to seventh represents company identity. The first three characters are numeric and the fourth character is an alpha character. The eighth and the ninth character represent security type for a given issuer. Both the characters are numeric. Security Type Code Equity 01 Non Voting Equity 02 Convertible Preference Shares 03 Non Convertible Preference Shares 04 Mutual Fund Units – Close ended 05 Mutual Fund Units – Open ended 06 Secured Debentures 07 Unsecured Debentures 08 Regular Return Bonds – Promissory Notes 09 Floating Rate Bonds 10 Deep Discount Bonds 11 Step Discount Bonds 12 Warrants 13 The tenth and the eleventh characters are serially issued for each security of the issuer entering the system. The last number is double-add-double check digit.
I hope it will help
4. Pawan Wadhwa Dec 19, 2013 3:12:03 PM IST
ISIN Number stands for International Security Identification Number: It is a 12 digit Alpha-Numeric Number. Divided into 3 parts
Read the following from Text Book of NSDL
8.2 International Securities Identification Number Each security issued bears a unique ISIN issued by the International Standards Organisation (ISO). In India, the task of issuing ISIN of various securities has been assigned by SEBI to NSDL. For Government securities, allotment of ISIN is done by Reserve Bank of India. Each member country has a different code according to the ISIN Standard (ISO 6166). ISIN is a twelve-character long identification mark. It has three components – a pre-fix, a basic number and a check digit. · The pre-fix is a two digit country code as stated under ISO 3166 (IN for India). · The basic number is made up of nine alphanumeric digits and/or alphabets). · The check digit at the end of the ISIN is computed to check the validity of the ISIN. It is calculated according to the modulus 10 “Double Add Double Check”. Distinct ISINs are allotted to securities issued by the same company, issued at different times or carrying different rights of different terms and conditions. Different ISINs are issued to physical and dematerialized securities of the same issue. To understand it in a better manner, let’s take an example: ISIN INE 475C 01 012 has the following break up: IN - India E - Company 475C - Company serial number 01 - Equity (it can be mutual fund units, debt or government securities) 01 - Issue number 2 - Check digit The third E in the above example). It is as follows: A - Central government security B - State government security