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  1. Introduction
  2. Objectives of the study
  3. An overview of security market in India
  4. Company profile
    1. Security and exchange board of India (SEBI)
  5. What is depository participation
  6. National securities depository limited (NSDL)
  7. Central depository services limited (CDSL)
  8. Product & services
  9. Equity market in India
  10. International equity
  11. Services and charges provided by Religare to customers on equity trading
  12. SWOT analysis of Religare
  13. Suggestions & recommendations
  14. Conclusion
  15. Bibliography

The securities markets in India witnessed several policy initiatives since the year 2000, which further refined the markets micro-structure, modernized operations and broadened investment choices for investors. The irregularities in the securities transactions in the last quarter of the previous financial year hastened the introduction and implementation of several reforms. While a joint parliamentary Committee was constituted to go into the irregularities and manipulations in all their ramifications in all transactions relating to securities, decisions were taken to complete the process of demutualization and corporatization of stock exchanges to implement the decision to separate ownership, management and operation of stock exchanges and to effect legislative changes for investor protection, and to enhance the effectiveness of SEBI as the capital market regulator. Rolling settlement on T+5 bases was introduced in respect of most active 251 securities from July 2, 2001 and in respect of balance securities from 31st December 2001. Rolling settlement on T+3 bases commenced for all listed securities from April 1,2002 and subsequently on T+2 bases from 1, 2003. All deferral products such as carry forward were banned from July 2, 2002. Trading in index options commenced in June 2001 and trading in options on individual securities commences in July 2001. Futures contracts on individual stock were launched in November 2001. Futures and options contracts on 49 individual securities were made available from august 2003. Interest rate futures contract was launched from June 2003. The year 2001-02 has also been quiet eventful for debt markets in India, with implementation of several important decisions like setting up of a clearing corporation for government securities, a negotiated dealing system to facilitate transparent electronic bidding in auctions and secondary market transactions on a real time bases and dematerialization of debt instruments.

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[...] o Carrying out functions that assure compliance with all rules and regulation that effect their relationships with clients o Giving direct on- line access to: Clearing spot trades Execution option Margin derivatives Trading Features o Ease of operation o Real time account balances o Detailed client holding /history o Risk management of accounts o Execution of trade-time/price bound o E-mail centre contract notes o Single or multiple order entry for stocks, options, mutual funds, spread order entry for options o View intraday order status and electronic confirmations o Ease of operation o NAQ quotes, charts, news o All orders electronically exposed to price improvement o Online trading module Services and Charges provided by Religare to the customers on equity trading: Religare Securities Ltd Provides best services to its customers for equity trading in comparison to other Financial Securities Companies. [...]

[...] SWOT ANALYSIS OF RELIGARE STRENGTHS Demat, trading and saving account is linked with each other Trading on both the exchanges NSE & BSE. Traders can also invest in Mutual Funds & RBI Bonds. Low brokerage rate No extra charges for online traders for do trading off-line and vice versa. Daily research Report for free for Traders WEAKNESS On-line facility for IPO is not available Delay in account opening for new traders Less number of branches in India OPPORTUNITIES Already having a good market access through different products of Religare Fall in saving and fixed deposit rate of interest. [...]

[...] Get in-depth analyses of new IPOs issues (initial Public Offerings) which are about to hit the market and analysis on these. IPO calendar, recent IPO listings, prospectus/offer documents, and IPO analysis are few of the features, which help you, keep on top of the IPO markets Customer Service Features: With ICICIdirect Customer Tools & Updates ' you can trouble shoot all your problems online. Address your trading queries on-line through ?Easy Mail?. You can view and change your profile or password on-line through General Profile option. [...]

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