HDFC securities

HDFC securities

TypePrivate
IndustryFinancial services, Stockbrokerage, Mutual funds, Capital markets
Founded2000
HeadquartersMumbai, Maharashtra, India
Area servedWorldwide
ParentHDFC Bank
  • HDFC Securities Limited is a financial services intermediary and a subsidiary of HDFC Bank, a private sector bank in India.
  • HDFC Securities is the stock broking arm of India’s HDFC Bank, and began operations in April 2000.
    • It began as a joint venture between HDFC Bank Limited, HDFC Limited and Indocean eSecurities Holdings Limited.
  • It is a corporate member of both the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock exchange (NSE).
  • In 2019, it entered into a partnership with Stockal, a US-based financial platform and launched GlobalInvesting.in, which allows its customers to directly invest in Nasdaq listed US stocks.
  • Products and services
    • Equities – Investment in stocks of listed companies
    • smallcases – Investment in a curated basket of stocks based on a theme or market trend.
    • Derivatives – Hedge or speculate on the price movement of stocks or index through its derivative products viz. Futures and Options
    • Mutual Funds – Investment in mutual funds including equity, hybrid, tax saving or debt schemes from asset management companies
    • SIPs – Systematic investment plan that allows automated investments
    • IPOs – Investment in initial public offerings (IPO)
    • Bonds, NCDs & Corporate FDs – Investment in fixed income instruments such as bonds, NCDs and Corporate FDs
    • ETFs – Investment in exchange-traded funds
    • MCX – Investment in bullion, metals, energy and agricultural commodities
    • Value Added Services – Provides investing and trading ideas, along with financial tools and calculators, tax solutions, will planning and robot advisors.

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