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SAS Online Vs Tradeplus Demat Account Comparison

The side-by-side comparison of SAS Online and Tradeplus Demat Account. Compare SAS Online Vs Tradeplus Demat account charges, AMC and Fees. Read Tradeplus and SAS Online demat account review.

Find out SAS Online Vs Tradeplus which is better demat account and SAS Online Vs Tradeplus which is best demat account.

Our SAS Online demat account comparison with Tradeplus (Navia Markets Ltd) highlights the major differences between two brokers. Find the best demat between SAS Online and Tradeplus.

SAS Online Vs Tradeplus

  SAS Online Tradeplus (Navia Markets Ltd)
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About the Broker

Incorporated in April 2013, SAS Online is Delhi based online stock and commodity broker offering Equity, Currency Derivatives and Commodity trading. SASOnline is member of NSE, BSE and MCX.

DP ID IN306122 IN-DP-311-2017
Contact Info

3rd Floor, Building No. 5, Local Shopping Complex,
Rishabh Vihar, Near Karkarduma Metro Station,
East Delhi – 110092

“Ganga Griha”, 4th & 5th Floor, No.9, Nungambakkam High Road, Chennai 600 034
Services Offered

Stock Broking, Depository Participant

Demat Account Enquiry Open Demat Account Online Open Demat Account Online

SAS Online Vs Tradeplus Demat Account Opening Charges

  SAS Online Tradeplus (Navia Markets Ltd)
Demat Account Opening Fee

Nil

Nil
Demat Account AMC

For Individual - Nil
For Non Individual - Rs 500

Rs 900 for 10 years free AMC (upfront payment) Rs 500 for 5 years free AMC (upfront payment)
Advance Deposit

Nil

Nil

SAS Online Vs Tradeplus Demat Charges

  SAS Online Tradeplus (Navia Markets Ltd)
Dematerialisation Charges Rs 2 per certificate + courier charges of Rs 35 per demat request for every 500 grams Rs 50 per DRF (up to 5 Certificates)
Rematerialisation Charges Rs 25 per certificate or 0.05% of the value whichever is higher + Depository charges at actuals Rs 15 per certificate
Transaction Charges (Credit or Buy)
Transaction Charges (Debit or Sell) Rs 9 per debit instruction + depository charges at actual Market Trades: 0.02% of Transaction Value, subject to Minimum of Rs 15 per Transaction & Maximum of Rs 200 Off-Market Trades: 0.04% of Transaction Value, subject to Minimum of Rs 30 Per Transaction
Pledge Creation Charges Rs 50 per transaction 0.02% of the value of the securities pledged, subject to minimum of Rs 50 per Transaction.
Pledge Creation Confirmation Charges 0.02% of the value of the securities pledged, subject to minimum of Rs 50 per Transaction.
Pledge Invocation Charges Rs 50 per transaction 0.02% of the value of the securities pledged, subject to minimum of Rs 50 per Transaction.
Failed Instruction Charges Rs 30 per transaction Rs 15 per transaction
Other Charges
  • Demat Rejection Charges: Rs 35 per rejection for every 500 gms
  • SLB Charges: For Security Borrowing: Rs.25 plus Depository charges, For Security Lending: Rs.25 plus Depository charges.
Modification Charges: Rs 100 for every change of address / Bank Details Securities Borrowing: Rs 50 per Transaction Extra statement: Rs 15 per statement

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Demat Account Related Abbreviations

  • Demat: Demat Account is an online account to hold the shares in electronic form. They are similar to bank account used to hold money.
  • BSDA: Basic Service Demat Account, a type of account which offers limited services at reduced costs.
  • PoA: Power of Attorney, a legal document giving authority to broker to settle the trades though holding in clients demat account.
  • DIS: Delivery Instruction Slip, Similar to conventional cheque book for demat account. Its is used offline demat account transactions.
  • DPC: Delayed Payment Charges
  • Dematerialisation: Process to converting physical certificates to electronic form.
  • Rematerialisation: Process of converting electronic shares to physical certificates.
  • NSDL: National Securities Depository Limited, the 1st central securities depository. It offer services to hold shares in electronic form on behalf of the customer.
  • CDSL: Central Depository Services (India) Limited, the 2nd securities depository. It also offers service to hold shares in electronic form.



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