Sunrise Capital Limited is a licensed merchant banker from Securities Board Of Nepal (SEBON) and a DP License holder institution from CDS and Clearing Limited. Amongst many services to offer, DEMAT is also one of the major service Sunrise Capital provides. For the ease and feasibility to make payment of DEMAT Annual Maintenance Cost (AMC) and Mero Share Annual Maintenance Cost payments, Sunrise Capital Limited is listed in Khalti. Now you can pay Sunrise Capital Demat renewal fees directly from your smartphone using Khalti app. This maintenance fee, Rs. 100, is charged annually according to the bylaws of Depository Participants.
Please follow the procedures below to pay Sunrise Capital Demat fee from Khalti
1. Sign up and login to Khalti using Khalti app
2. Tap on Share icon on the home screen
3. Tap on Sunrise Capital icon and choose Demat Sunrise
4. Enter your Client ID (16 digit Demat account number), Full Name, Mobile Number, and Amount (100 rupees for one year duration of Demat and 50 rupees for one year duration of MeroShare); and tap on SUBMIT
After the successful payment, Sunrise Capital Demat team will look into your payment and you will receive a confirmation email about renewal of your Demat account.
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What is a Demat account?
You must have a Demat account to start trading in share market or stock market in Nepal.
Demat account works exactly like a bank account; the only difference being that they transact in shares rather than in cash. You can also transfer shares from one demat account to another.
SEBON has recently announced to launch the ‘One Nepali One Demat Account’ campaign to bring massive participation of the public in the securities market.
About Sunrise Capital Limited
Sunrise Capital Limited is a subsidiary company of Sunrise Bank Limited.
Previously, NIDC capital market had setup a subsidiary company named NCM merchant Banking limited to provide the merchant banking activities under the direction of NRB and guidelines of SEBON. After NIDC Capital Markets Limited was acquired by Sunrise Bank on 28th Magh, 2073 since then Sunrise Capital has been providing merchant banking services as a subsidiary of Sunrise Bank Limited. It is Nepal’s premier investment services company, with two decades of experience in helping people protect and grow their wealth.
As a pioneer in the field of merchant banking, Sunrise Capital strives to solidify the capital market by mobilizing internal resources of funds and by strengthening investment opportunities in the prevalent financial and industrial sectors – with the focus of achieving rapid and sustainable economic development in the country.
For further information about Sunrise Capital Limited and Sunrise Capital Demat, please visit sunrisecapital.com.np