NSDL Customer Care
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Planning to invest in securities, and therefore need to know the eligibility criteria and also the process of investment as well? Need to know the process of transferring securities, and therefore want the Customer Care to help you out? Want to know about the various risks and hassles of investing in the securities, before you can use your hard earned money to invest? Wish to liquidate your securities and get the return for the investment, and thus want the Customer Care to assist you in this matter? There is nothing to be worried about. NSDL Customer Care will make sure that you get the right answer to all your queries, be it regarding investing in securities or transferring your securities as well. The Customer Care will also make sure that you get the investment return and know all calculated risks before investing.
How to talk to an NSDL customer center care executive?
- First of all, you can get in touch with the Customer Care Executive by giving a call at the following Toll-Free number - 1800 222 990.
- You can also connect with the Customer Care Executive by sending an email to the following email address - NSDL-CASfeedback@nsdl.co.in.
National Securities Depository Limited or commonly known as NSDL, is an Indian organization that deals with all the central security depositories in India. The headquarters of the company is based in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. The organization was mainly developed for the economic development of the country. The current managing director and CEO of the organization are G.V. Nageswara Rao. There are many shareholders of the organization, namely Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, Citi Bank, State Bank of India, etcetera. The organization is also promoted by the most significant development bank of India known as IDBI, Unit Trust of India, and also NSE or National Stock Exchange.
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NSDL was founded in the year 1996. The organization was the first in India to use security depositories that are electronic in India. In the year 1998, Demat Bank Accounts were introduced for the Government Securities. The number of Demat accounts crossed 100,000 in the same year as well. By the year 2000, the number of Demat accounts passed about 2.5 million. In the year 2004, PAN Card services were announced, and TIN or Tax Information Network was settled as well. In the year 2007, the value of all the Demat accounts crossed $1 trillion. In the year 2009, the delivery of shares via mobile phones were introduced. As of the year 2016, the number of Demat accounts crossed 1.5 crores.