Demat/Depository Services

Hold or transfer securities through electronic processing. Go beyond handling physical records, and make settlements through placing instructions. Demat frees you from fear of theft, loss, and misplacement.
Demat/Depository Services


“Prevent Unauthorised Transaction in your Demat Account –> Update your Mobile Number with your Depository Participant. Receive alerts on your Registered Mobile for all debit and other important transactions in your demat account directly from NSDL on the same day………issued in the interest of investors

“No need to issue cheques by investors while subscribing to IPO. Just write the bank account number and sign in the application form to authorise your bank to make payment in case of allotment. No worries for refund as the money remains in investor’s account”

We have launched depository participant services with National Securities Depository Ltd., (NSDL). You can now hold your securities as electronic book entries and transfer securities without actually handling physical scripts. Hand in your share certificates with a Demat Request form. When you want to sell or purchase securities, you only need to give delivery/instructions to effect a settlement.

Why should I hold securities in dematerialized form?
Because, in the demat form, you do not run the risk of theft, loss, misplacement, bad deliveries, or damage to scripts. No stamp duties on transfers of securities.
No bad deliveries

The settlement cycle is faster. You do not lose out on market opportunities as the securities are available in your account immediately after pay out(T+2 settlement). There are no cumbersome transfer deeds to be signed and bonus and rights shares are credited by issuers directly into your demat account, cash components to your SB/CA accounts maintained at your branch directly through ECS, eliminating delays.

When you purchase new issues of securities in the primary market, they are directly credited to your account on allotment. You enjoy preferential treatment to obtain loans against demat shares. SBH is registered with NSDL as a Depository Participant, which permits us to perform the following activities:

Our Depository Participant ID NO. IN 301397 situated at Gunfoundry, Hyderabad.

  1. Demat and Remat of securities such as equities, shares and debentures
  2. Market transfer purchases and sales
  3. Off-Market transfer purchase and sales
  4. Noting pledges SCHEDULE OF CHARGES for individuals and corporate houses
Agreement Charges/Stamp Duty : `100/-
Account Opening : None
Account Closing : None
Annual Maintenance Charges : `200/- p.a.
Dematerialisation : `100/- p.a. for SBH staff and pensioners
Rematerialisation : `2/- per certificate Minimum `10/-
+ Courier charges `25/- per request
Transaction Fee : `25/- per certificate or 0.20% of
the market value, whichever is higher
Market Purchase Credit : 0.04% of value, minimum of `20/-
for retail customer
`40/- for others per trade
For CP- Nil
Market Sale : 0.04% of value, minimum `20/- for
retail customer
`40/- for others per trade
0.02% of face value for CP, maximum of `500/- per trade
Off-Market Purchase : 0.04% of value, minimum of `20/-
for retail customers
`40/- for others per trade
Off-Market Sale : 0.04% of value, minimum of `20/-
for retail customers
`40/- for others per trade
Inter Depository Transactions : `20/- per transaction
Pledge: Creation /
Confirmation / Closure
: `100/- per request and `100/-
per request or invocation
Custody Charges Equity : None for retail customers
0.02%, minimum of `25/- per quarter for companies that
have paid one time charges
For CP- Nil
Custody Charges Government Securities : 0.15% of the value of the holdings
as on the last Friday of the month

*Plus SERVICE TAX as applicable


Retail Trading in Government Securities( G-SEC) for our customer/retail clients is being introduced.

For further details, please contact our Depository Participant Services Department, Gunfoundry, Hyderabad. Phone: 23387593, 23387378

KYC Registration

“KYC is one time exercise while dealing in securities markets – once KYC is done through a SEBI registered intemediary (broker, DP, Mutual Fund etc.), you need not undergo the same process again when you approach another intermediary”