Open Trading Account

Get up to 4x leverage at one of the lowest interest rates.

Delivery Trades


Intraday & F&O


Leverage on MTF

Upto 4X


Trade in Intraday & F&O at just ₹5 with Bajaj Privilege Club.

*T&C apply

Open Trading Account

Get up to 4x leverage at one of the lowest interest rates.

Begin your Trading Journey
Sign Up For A Trading Account

How To open trading account?

Here’s an Easy-Peasy way to open trading account and get started

Opening form

Complete your personal & bank details

Select your
preferred pack


your E-sign

Documents Required for
opening a trading account online

Pan Card

Address Proof: Driving License, Aadhar Card, Voter ID, Passport etc.

Signature on a plain paper

Cancelled cheque or last 3 months’ bank statement

Income statement (if you wish to activate F&O)

Why do you
need a Trading Account?

Think Of It Like An Online SuperMarket Of Finance

Why do you
need a Trading Account?

Think Of It Like An Online SuperMarket Of Finance


Trading account enables access to all exchanges via. common platform.


Transfer funds right away and trade like a breeze.


Trading account makes it easy to keep a track of your investment from anywhere, at any time.

What is Trading Account?

Open Trading Account Online

A trading account hosts multiple opportunities for an investor. One can open a trading account very easily just by following the below simple steps:

  • Visit the website and fill out the Demat account opening form online.
  • Upload the essential documents that validate your address, identity, bank details, etc.
  • Submit the form.
  • Complete the IPV (In Person Verification) for document verification online through a video conference.
  • Once the above process is done, you will get a Beneficiary Owner identification (BO ID).
  • Using BO ID you can access your Demat Account.

Trading Account Fees and Charges -

Account Opening Charge - Rs. 9999* (Annual subscription Charge)
Brokerage - Rs. 5/- order* (all segment)
Trading Products - Equity
Trading Products - Rs. 20 per order
Pledge Charges - Rs. 20 + GST per pledge request

*Through Bajaj Privilege Club

Here is the list of charges brief you need to be familiar with:

  • Delay Payment Charges: Interest is levied at 18% a year or 0.05% per day on the debit balance in your trading account.
  • Call & Trade Charges: Additional charge of Rs. 20/order for orders placed through our support/dealing desk.
  • Brokerage: Range from Rs. 5/order to Rs. 20/order.
  • Pledge Charges: Rs. 20 + GST (per pledge request)

What are the advantages of a Trading Account?

A trading account has become one of the essential tools to invest in the share market as it makes the entire process of trading seamless. A Demat and trading account can help you in multiple ways:

  • Single account for all your trading and investing needs.
  • Quick Onboarding.
  • Easy accessibility.
  • Smooth execution of orders.
  • Research reports and analytical charts.
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Why open trading account online with BFSL?

Investments Made Simple, Seamless & Secure with Bajaj Financial Securities Limited

A Tradition Of Trust

100% subsidiary of Bajaj Finance Limited

User-Friendly Technologies

Trade from any device as per your convenience

Call & Trade Facility

You can place orders for trades not just online but also over the phone

Research calls

Get Daily investment and trade ideas from our research experts

Market Updates & News Alerts

Get regular updates of stocks in news

Buy Now Pay Later

Using Margin Trade Financing facility and get up to 5X leverage


BFSL offers one of the lowest brokerage rates with seamless trading platforms. Its unique offerings will boost your investment power.

Open Trading Account in 4 easy steps:

  1. Open the account opening form
  2. Fill personal details & bank details
  3. Upload the documents for address proof and identity proof
  4. E-sign the application by entering Aadhar Number & verifying OTP received on linked mobile number

To open a Demat & Trading Account with BFSL, one must meet the below eligibility criteria: Must be an Indian citizen, residing in India & must be above 18 years of age. The client must have a bank account and valid proof of address and proof of identity.

To open Demat & Trading Account, one has to fill the online account opening form that requires filling of personal details, bank details and providing soft copy of PAN card, Aadhar card (address proof) and selfie (to confirm identity). The process can be completed in less than 10 minutes. The application is sent for verification. Once approved, the login id and password is shared to registered email id. The verification can be completed within 15-20 minutes post application submission.

  • Demat Account helps store stares in digital format whereas a Trading Account helps in placing buy and sell orders in the stock market.
  • It is mandatory to have a Demat Account to apply in IPO. However, a trading account is not mandatory to apply in IPO.
  • Demat Account is needed to take the delivery of shares. However, in Intraday, Futures & Options, delivery of shares does not take place and these orders can be executed without a demat account also, through a trading account.

Yes, you can open only trading account but to hold your shares in a digital or electronic form, a demat account will be required with any SEBI registered stockbroker.

You can visit the website and submit the application form. Once the verification is done by the team, your account will be opened.

Demat & Trading Account can be closed by submitting account closure request with the broker. Get the account closure form, fill the details of your account and submit the account closure request. Some brokers provide online account closure, while some will require you to send the signed closure form in hard copy.

No, minors cannot open a trading account.

All the shares or securities which are listed in stock exchange and are available for trading can be traded.

  • Shares
  • Futures
  • Options
  • Exchange Traded Funds

Yes, you can invest in IPOs through BFSL trading account. Visit link to apply in Live IPOs.

No, to sell shares online, you need a trading account. Most brokers offer demat and trading account. The shares stored in your demat account can be sold by using the trading account.

You can link a primary bank account and a secondary bank account with your BFSL trading account. There can be only one DP account linked with BFSL trading account.

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