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Kotak Securities gives the power of the stock market to investors through bank partnerships. We have tied up with Kotak Mahindra Bank, ING Vysya Bank, IndusInd Bank, Federal Bank (NRI Clients), Union Bank Of India, Citibank and Oriental Bank of Commerce to provide 3-in-1 trading accounts to their customers.
What is a linked account?
A linked account is essentially a 3-in-1 trading account that links your existing savings and demat account with the partner bank with trading account with Kotak Securities.
- If you have a savings account and a demat account with Kotak Mahindra Bank, ING Vysya Bank, IndusInd Bank, Federal Bank, Union Bank Of India, Citibank or Oriental Bank of Commerce, all you need to do is create a Trading Account with Kotak Securities and link your savings and demat accounts to the Kotak Securities trading account.
- If you already have a demat account, link this to your savings account and the Kotak Securities trading account. You are ready to trade.
How it helps
- Use existing bank account
- Convenience through partnerships
- Kotak Securities support
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Benefits of a Linked Account
Convenience of a 3-in-1 account
Trade in equities, mutual funds, currencies, derivatives and IPOs with a single account – no more juggling between 3 separate accounts.
Free expert research and analysis
The dedicated research division at Kotak Securities publishes a host of research reports, industry analysis, stock analysis, trading tips, trend-watching reports etc which you can access for free via:
rates compared to industry standards. Know more
environment, using the highest levels of data encryption.
After Market Orders
Enjoy our AMO facility that allows you to place trades even after the stock market is closed for the day. The trades you place will get executed on the next working day as soon as the markets open. Know more
Margin against Securities
Avail margin against securities for intraday trades in cash segment at no additional cost. Even better, you could get an exposure against shares lying idle in your Demat account.