IDR (Indian Depository Receipt) FAQs

What do you mean by IDR?

IDR is Indian Depository Receipt. An Indian Depository Receipt (IDR) is a receipt issued by an Indian depository. It is denominated using Indian Rupees. Each IDR represents an ownership interest in a set number of shares or fractions of shares of the issuer.

How does IDR can be traded?

Who is eligible to hold IDRs?

The Indian securities regulations and reporting rules will vary from one country to the next. Is the issuer going to change its global reporting practices?

How can a person who holds IDR in India practice their voting rights in corporate office?

Who is liable authority for IDR holders Grievances?

Define NCD Public issue.