Tradejini Demat Account Charges, Review, Opening

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Tradejini is a discount brokerage company. It offers trading services in stocks, currency, derivatives and commodities. It also offers depository services and mutual funds.

Tradejini is a depository participant with Central Depository Services (India) Limited (CDSL). Through its CDSL membership, Tradejini offers depository services to its customers.

Tradejini offers 2-in-1 accounts to its customers. You can open a demat account and a trading account at once. It also ensures seamless transactions between these two accounts. Tradejini customers only need to link their savings account with these accounts.

The demat account makes it easy to invest in various financial instruments. The Tradejini demat account helps them hold their owned securities in electronic format.

Tradejini Demat Account

Tradejini is the depository participant (DP) of CDSL. The management of demat accounts lies with CDSL. Tradejini only acts as an intermediary between you and the CDSL. DP's charge a fee from the customers for servicing the demat account. CDSL also charges a fee on each demat account transaction.

Tradejini Securities DP Membership

  • CDLS - IN-DP-CDSL-681-2013

10 Reasons to open Demat Account with Tradejini

  1. Instant Online Account opening process.
  2. Direct deposit of dividends, bonus, interest etc.
  3. Manage your demat account online.
  4. Invest online in Equity, MFs, NCDs, and IPOs etc.
  5. Trade online at BSE, NSE, and MCX.
  6. Flexibility to freeze the demat account.
  7. Facility for conversion of physical shares to electronic formats
  8. Dedicated customer support
  9. Hold Mutual Funds and IPO shares
  10. Facility for Inter DP transfer

Tradejini Demat Account Opening Charges

To open a new Demat account with Tradejini, the customer may have to pay Demat account opening charges. The broker may also charges Annual Maintenance Charges (AMC), a yearly fee to maintain the Demat account.

Demat Account Opening FeeRs 0
Demat Account Annual Charges (AMC)Rs 300

Tradejini Depository Service Charges for Resident Retail Customers

SrParticularsPOA Clients
1 Stamp charges payable upfront Rs 100
2 Custody charges Nil
3 Annual Maintenance Charges Rs 300 + service tax
4 Lifetime Maintenance Charges Rs 1999 + service tax
5 Transaction Charges (Market Trades)  
  Buy (Receive) Nil
  Sell (Debit) Rs 9 + Rs 5.50 (CDSL Charges)
6 Transaction Charges (Off Market Trades)  
  Buy (Receive) Nil
  Sell (Debit) 0.03% or Rs 15 whichever is higher
7 Demat (Per certificate) Rs 2 + Rs 50 as courier charges
8 Remat (Per ISIN) Rs 15 + Rs 10 for every 100 shares or part therof or a flat fee of Rs 10 percent whichever is higher
9 Courier charges per request Rs 50
10 Pledge Request Rs 20 + Rs 12 per request
11 Unpledge Request Rs 20 + Rs 12 per request
12 Pledge Invocation Rs 20
13 Periodic Statement  
  By Email Free
  Physical Rs 50 (Courier charge)
14 Adhoc / Non Periodic Statement  
  By Email Rs 50 per request
  Physical Rs 50 per request upto 10 pages. Every additional page at Rs 5 + Rs 50 courier charges
15 Cheque dishonour charges Rs 350 per instance
16 Failed Transactions Rs 50 per ISIN
17 Account Closure Nil
18 Modification in CML Rs 25 per request
19 KRA Upload / Download Rs 50
20 Delivery Instruction  
  First delivery Instruction book Free (10 Leaves)
  Every addtional booklet (10 Leaves) Rs 50 courier charges
  Transfer through 'easiest' online Free

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. 1. What is Tradejini Demat Account?

    A demat account is an online depository like a bank account. Securities like shares, mutual funds etc., are held in the electronic form. Like a bank account, you will get a unique number. Securities bought by you are credited in this account and are debited when sold.

    The Demat accounts are managed by national depositories, NSDL and CDSL. Tradejini, only act as an intermediary between the depositories and the customers.


  2. 2. What is PoA for Tradejini Demat account? Why is it required?

    A power of attorney or POA is a limited objective permission from you to the broker. It gives some account related rights to your broker in relation to your demat account. The rights include the authority to debit, credit, block and pledging of securities.


  3. 3. Is it mandatory to open a demat account along with a trading account in Tradejini?

    If you wish to trade only in F&O (Equity, Commodity or Currency), then a demat account is not required. You can trade in F&O by opening only a trading account.


  4. 4. Why my bank account is linked to my demat account in Tradejini?

    It is mandatory to link your bank account information with your demat account. It is because securities earn bonus and dividends. This money is deposited in the bank account.

    You can change the bank account linked to your demat account anytime by submitting a request.


  5. 5. Who can open a demat account with Tradejini?

    Any Individual (adult or minor), is eligible to open a demat account. Corporate and Government bodies can also open demat accounts with the company.


  6. 6. Can I open Minor Demat Account with Tradejini?

    Yes, you can open a minor demat account. But, minor accounts need a legal guardian, who will manage the account until the minor is 18 years old.


  7. 7. Can I open a joint demat account with Tradejini?

    Yes, a joint demat account can be opened. A maximum of 3 joint holders is allowed in a demat account.


  8. 8. How do I change my personal information in the demat account of Tradejini?

    You can change personal details like address, mobile number and bank details. To change your personal information, you need to-

    • Download the modification form by visiting Downloads>Forms in the website.
    • Print the form. Fill the required information and send it to the company address.


  9. 9. I already have a Demat Account with another broker. Do I need to open another Demat Account with Tradejini? Can I use both Demat Accounts?

    Yes, you can use both the Demat accounts. You don't need a Demat account if you wish to trade only in Futures and Options. But to trade in shares and currency, you need to open a demat and a trading account with Tradejini.


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Information on this page was last updated on Thursday, December 27, 2018


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