How can I dematerialise my physical share certificates?
|1.||The name of the holder on the share|
|2.||Self-attested PAN/Aadhaar (first 8 digits masked)|
|3.||On submission of the above-mentioned documents at the branch, they will print a Dematerialisation Request Form (DRF) with details of the shares to be dematerialised. You will be required to sign 3 copies (1 as submission proof for you and the other 2 will be maintained by Geojit).|
Please ensure to sign the DRF in the same holding pattern as the demat account.
|4.||If the share certificates are held by a single holder, the shares have to be dematerialised into a single demat account with the same holder. |
In case there is a name mismatch, you must submit a Transposition Form as well.
|5.||If the share certificates are jointly held, the shares have to be dematerialised into a joint demat account with the same holders and holding pattern order. |
In case there is a name/holding pattern order mismatch, you must submit a Transposition Form as well.
Please ensure to sign the DRF in the same holding pattern as the demat account
The documents will be sent to the concerned RTA (Registrar & Transfer Agent) for the shares to be credited to your demat account. Please ensure to check the details on the generated DRF and collect a copy of it with the branch seal as proof of submission.
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