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Zerodha Vs BCB Brokerage Demat Account Comparison

The side-by-side comparison of Zerodha and BCB Brokerage Demat Account. Compare Zerodha Vs BCB Brokerage Demat account charges, AMC and Fees. Read BCB Brokerage and Zerodha demat account review.

Find out Zerodha Vs BCB Brokerage which is better demat account and Zerodha Vs BCB Brokerage which is best demat account.

Our Zerodha demat account comparison with BCB Brokerage Private Limited highlights the major differences between two brokers. Find the best demat between Zerodha and BCB Brokerage.

Zerodha Vs BCB Brokerage

  Zerodha BCB Brokerage Private Limited
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About the Broker

Zerodha is a Bangalore based discount stock broker offering flat ₹20 per trade in Equity Cash, Equity F&O, Currency F&O and Commodities. Zerodha launched its online trading services on 15th Aug 2010 and in first 7 years Zerodha made around 7 lakhs customers.

With innovative trading platform and tools along with the cheapest brokerage, Zerodha is fastest growing financial firm in India offering stock brokerage and depository services.

BCB Group is a financial services firm since 1958

DP ID 12081600 12010400
Contact Info

No. 153/154, Ground Floor,
4th Cross, J P Nagar, 4th Phase,
Bangalore Karnataka India - 560078

1207/A, P. J. Towers Dalal Street Fort Mumbai Maharashtra India-400001

Services Offered

Stock Broking, Demat Accounts, Stock Broking, Mutual Funds

DP services predominantly for broking clients only

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Zerodha Vs BCB Brokerage Demat Account Opening Charges

  Zerodha BCB Brokerage Private Limited
Demat Account Opening Fee

₹50 (Stamp charges payable upfront)

FRANKING CHARGES : Rs 500

Demat Account AMC

Individuals/Non Individual (except Corporate) - ₹300 + GST
Non Individual - Corporate - ₹1000

Individual A/c-Rs 300 p.a., Non-Individual A/c Rs 300 & CDSL Charges extra - subject to cap on BSDA accounts as per regulatory instructions

Advance Deposit

₹0

Rs.1000/- (Refundable)

Zerodha Vs BCB Brokerage Demat Charges

  Zerodha BCB Brokerage Private Limited
Dematerialisation Charges

₹150 per certificate (+ ₹100 Courier charges)

Rs 5 per certificate (min Rs 30 )

Rematerialisation Charges

₹150 per certificate + CDSL charges + ₹100 Courier charges

0.03% (min Rs 100 )

Transaction Charges (Credit or Buy)
Transaction Charges (Debit or Sell)
  • Market Trades: ₹8 + ₹5.5 (CDSL charges)
  • Off-Market Trades: 0.03% of ₹25 whichever is higher

0.01% (min Rs 10 ) for POA/ easiest clients, 0.02% (min Rs 20 ) for intra DP, 0.05% (min Rs 100 ) for other instructions

Pledge Creation Charges

₹20 + ₹12 per request (CDSL charges)

0.03% (min Rs 50 )

Pledge Creation Confirmation Charges

₹0

0.03% (min Rs 50 )

Pledge Invocation Charges

₹20

0.03% (min Rs 50 )

Failed Instruction Charges

₹50 per ISIN

Nil

Other Charges
  • Cheque Bounce: ₹350
  • Physical Statement - ₹50 (+Courier charges at actual)
  • Modification in CML - ₹25 per request
  • KRA Upload / Download - ₹50 per request

Note: Interest at 18% p.a is charged on the outstanding bill amount if not paid within the due date.

Rs 20 per DIS lost (max Rs 200 per booklet)

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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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