Sanima Capital is a licensed merchant banker from the Securities Board Of Nepal (SEBON) and a DP License holder institution from CDS and Clearing Limited. Among many services to offer, DEMAT is also one of the major services it provides. For the ease and feasibility to make payment of DEMAT Annual Maintenance Cost and MeroShare Annual Maintenance Cost, Sanima Capital Limited is listed in Khalti. Now you can pay Demat account renewal fees directly from your smartphone using the Khalti app. This maintenance fee, Rs. 100, is charged annually according to the bylaws of Depository Participants.
Pay Sanima Capital Demat fees and MeroShare fees via Khalti in these few simple steps:
2. Tap on the Share icon on the home screen
3. Tap on the Sanima Capital icon and choose Demat Sanima or MeroShare Sanima
4. Enter your Client ID (16 digits Demat account number), Full Name, Mobile Number, and Amount (100 rupees for the one-year duration of Demat and 50 rupees for the one-year duration of MeroShare); and tap on SUBMIT
After the successful payment, the Sanima Capital team will look into your payment and you will receive a confirmation email about the renewal of your Demat and MeroShare accounts.
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What is a Demat account? What are the purposes of opening a Demat account?
You must have a Demat account to start trading in the share market or the 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.
The purpose of opening a Demat account are:
1. To convert the physical securities into the electronic form
2. To deposit and transfer the NEPSE listed securities in a dematerialized form
3. To credit the securities allotted through IPO and corporate actions (such as rights share issue, bonus issue, merger, etc.) in a dematerialized form
4. To receive the statement of the securities held in a Demat account
5. To pledge the securities held in a Demat account
6. To rematerialize the securities held in a Demat account
How to open a Sanima Capital Demat account?
You can visit the nearest branch of Sanima Capital and fill up the account opening form to open your Demat account.
Required documents: Original and photocopy of citizenship certificate, passport size photo (1-number)
Account opening charges: Rs. 50
Annual maintenance charges: Rs. 100 (at the end of one year)
About Sanima Capital
Sanima Capital Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sanima Bank Ltd., provides Merchant Banking and Investment Banking services as licensed by its apex regulator –SEBON. Sanima Bank’s commitment to providing a one-window financial solution to the different customer segments led to the incorporation of Sanima Capital to provide non-banking financial service to its valued clients. Holding true to its parent company’s philosophy of the highest level of ethical standards, professional integrity, corporate governance and regulatory compliance, Sanima Capital is committed to following the same path by introducing innovative products in the Investment Banking space and serving its clients in the right way and with right values.