Seen here on the occasion of CDSL’s celebration of 3 crore demat accounts- Senior dignitaries from SEBI and the top officials of the Market Infrastructure Institutions (MIIs) at the event. (left to right) Shri Ashishkumar Chauhan, MD & CEO, BSE, Shri Nehal Vora, MD & CEO, CDSL, Ms. Arti Chhabra Srivastava, Chief Vigilance Officer (CVO), SEBI, Shri. S. K. Mohanty, Whole-Time Member, SEBI, Shri G. Mahalingam, Whole-Time Member, SEBI, Shri Nagendraa Parakh, Executive Director, SEBI, Shri V S Sundaresan, Executive Director, SEBI, Shri Anand Baiwar, Executive Director, SEBI, Shri G P Garg, Executive Director, SEBI, Ms. Latika Kundu, Managing Director & CEO, Metropolitan Stock Exchange of India Ltd, Shri P. S. Reddy, Managing Director & CEO, Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd and Shri Vikram Kothari, Managing Director, NSE Clearing Limited.Read More
CVL has in place a stringent policy and systems to ensure confidentiality of data. Strong electronic and physical security measures ensure security of confidential data. At CVL, ethics, values and reputation are vital to our philosophy.Read More
CIRL provides policyholders a facility to keep insurance policies in electronic form in ‘e-Insurance account’(eIA) and to undertake changes, modifications and revisions in the eIA account/ insurance policy with speed and accuracy in order to bring about efficiency, transparency and cost reduction in the issuance and maintenance of insurance policies.Read More
The legacy of CDSL Services of providing convenient, dependable and secure depository services at affordable cost to all market participants is carried forward by CCRL for Commodity Market Statkeholders.Read More
“CDSL, the parent company has floated a wholly owned subsidiary company in the name and form of ‘CDSL IFSC Limited’ (CDSL IFSC). This company operates a depository in the International financial Services Centre (IFSC) at Gujarat International Financial Tec City (GIFT City). CDSL IFSC is a foreign depository and caters to a global audience of investors. CSDL IFSC operates under the regulatory oversight of International Financial Services Centres Authority (IFSCA)
All investors who are eligible / allowed to hold and transact in securities in the IFSC space is identified as Eligible investors. Both Indian resident individuals (under LRS scheme limitations) and foreign entities and non-resident Indians (NRIs) are identified as Eligible investors. In addition to be registered as an FPI (Foreign portfolio investor) a foreign entity can also be a Eligible Foreign investor (EFI) and stay invested in IFSC.
Investor will able to hold eligible securities viz. Equity shares of a company incorporated outside India; Depository receipt(s); Debt securities issued by eligible issuers and any other type of security as permitted allowed by IFSCA.”