Bajaj Securities Demat Account

Bajaj Securities Demat Account – a 100% subsidiary of Bajaj Finance Limited! We are here to revolutionize the discount broking space with our unique offerings and comprehensive capital market solutions. Our secure technology and advanced platforms enable you to trade in equity cash & derivatives at some of the lowest brokerage rates in the industry. Moreover, you can benefit from Margin Trade Financing with one of the lowest interest rates, maximizing your market opportunities. That’s not all! You can also invest in IPOs, Mutual Funds, and access Loan Against Securities offered by Bajaj Finance Limited. Experience hassle-free Demat Account opening services with us and embark on your journey to financial growth and success.


  1. Checking Accounts:

    These accounts are primarily used for everyday transactions, such as depositing and withdrawing funds, writing checks, and making electronic transfers. They provide easy access to funds and often come with features like debit cards and online banking.

  2. Savings Accounts:

    Savings accounts are designed for individuals to save money over time while earning interest on their balance. They generally offer lower interest rates compared to other types of accounts but provide liquidity and accessibility for emergency funds or short-term savings goals.

  3. Money Market Accounts:

    Money market accounts are similar to savings accounts but often offer higher interest rates. They require a higher minimum balance and may have some restrictions on withdrawals. Money market accounts typically combine features of both savings and checking accounts.

  4. Certificates of Deposit (CDs):

    CDs are time deposits that allow individuals to earn higher interest rates in exchange for locking their money for a specified period, known as the term. The term can range from a few months to several years, and withdrawing funds before the maturity date may result in penalties.

  5. Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs):

    IRAs are specialized accounts designed to help individuals save for retirement. They offer certain tax advantages, such as tax-deferred growth or tax-free withdrawals in some cases. There are different types of IRAs, including Traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs, each with its own rules and benefits.

  6. Joint Accounts:

    Joint accounts are bank accounts held by two or more individuals, typically spouses, family members, or business partners. All account holders have equal access to the funds and can make transactions. Joint accounts can be checking, savings, or other types of accounts.

  7. Trust Accounts:

    Trust accounts are established by individuals or entities to hold assets for the benefit of someone else, known as the beneficiary. They are managed by a trustee who administers the account according to the terms of the trust agreement.

  8. Business Accounts:

    Business accounts are specifically designed for businesses and organizations. They come in various forms, such as business checking accounts, business savings accounts, and merchant accounts, offering features tailored to meet the financial needs of businesses, including managing cash flow, making payments, and handling business transactions.

  9.  zero balance bank account :

    A zero balance bank account refers to a type of account where the account balance is maintained at zero or very close to zero. In other words, there are no funds held in the account. This type of account is often offered by banks for specific purposes or services, such as salary accounts or certain types of savings accounts.


  1. Deposits:

    You can deposit money into your bank account in various ways, such as cash, checks, or electronic transfers. These funds are credited to your account balance.

  2. Withdrawals:

    You can withdraw money from your account when needed. This can be done through ATM withdrawals, writing checks, initiating electronic transfers, or using your debit card.

  3. Payments:

    Bank accounts allow you to make payments to individuals, businesses, or organizations. This can be done by writing checks, setting up electronic transfers, using online payment platforms, or using your debit card for purchases.

  4. Account Statements:

    Banks provide regular statements that summarize your account activity, including deposits, withdrawals, and any fees or interest earned. These statements help you track your finances and monitor your account balance.

  5. Interest: :

    Depending on the type of account, you may earn interest on your account balance. Banks pay interest as a small percentage of the funds you have deposited in the account. Interest rates may vary based on the type of account and prevailing market conditions.


  1. Research and Choose a Bank:

    Research different banks in your area and compare their offerings, including account types, fees, and customer reviews. Consider visiting their branches or contacting them to gather more information.

  2. Visit the Bank Branch:

    Locate the nearest branch of the bank you have chosen and visit during their business hours. It’s advisable to call ahead to confirm any specific requirements or documentation needed.

  3. Speak with a Bank Representative:

    When you arrive at the bank, inform the staff that you would like to open a new account. They will guide you through the process and provide you with the necessary forms and documents.

  4. Complete the Application Form:

    Fill out the account opening application form provided by the bank. You will need to provide personal information such as your name, address, date of birth, Social Security number (or equivalent identification number), occupation, and contact details.

  5. Provide Identification Documents:

    To comply with Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations, you will need to present identification documents. These typically include a government-issued ID (e.g., driver’s license, passport), proof of address (e.g., utility bill, bank statement), and sometimes additional documents like your Social Security card.

  6. Submit the Application and Documents::

    Once you have completed the application form and gathered the necessary documents, submit them to the bank representative. They will review the information and documents for accuracy.

  7. Funding Your Account

    Depending on the bank’s requirements, you may need to deposit an initial amount of money into your new account. The bank representative will provide guidance on the minimum deposit amount and acceptable forms of payment.

  8. Review Terms and Conditions: :

    Read through the terms and conditions provided by the bank, including account agreements, fees, and privacy policies. If you have any questions, ask the bank representative for clarification.

  9. Sign Account Opening Documents: :

    Sign the necessary documents related to the account opening, such as signature cards, account agreements, and other forms as required by the bank.

  10.  Receive Account Details:

    Once your application has been processed and approved, the bank representative will provide you with your new account details, including your account number, checks (if applicable), debit card (if issued immediately), and instructions on how to access your account online or through other banking channels.

    Remember to bring all the required documents and identification with you to the bank, and be prepared for the possibility that the process may take some time, especially during busy periods.

    Opening a bank account offline allows you to interact directly with bank staff, ask questions, and receive immediate assistance throughout the account opening process.


Bajaj Securities offers low brokerage rates for trading in equity cash & derivatives, Margin Trade Financing at competitive interest rates, and access to IPOs, Mutual Funds, and Loan Against Securities.

Yes, with our Demat Account, you can trade in equity cash and derivatives, taking advantage of market opportunities and diversifying your investment portfolio.

Bajaj Securities provides advanced platforms and secure technology for easy access to your Demat Account. You can track and manage your investments online.

Yes, we offer Margin Trade Financing at attractive interest rates, allowing you to make the most of market opportunities with leverage.

Bajaj Securities offers access to Loan Against Securities offered by Bajaj Finance Limited, providing financial flexibility and liquidity.