SEBI, India's governing body, oversees organizations that are related to India's Capital Markets. You can trade with the main two types of organizations: Stock Exchanges and Depositories. The creation of a Demat Account is made possible by Depositories. Trading shares can be done through Stock Exchanges.
It is the responsibility of all parties to regulate the securities market.
SEBI, the Indian regulatory authority established under Section 3 SEBI Act 1992, is known as SEBI. Its function includes:
A Depository is an organization that holds securities (like shares and debentures as well as bonds, government securities, mutual funds units, etc.). At the request of the investors, a Depository Participant can provide electronic forms to the investors. It also offers services in relation to securities transactions. At present two Depositories viz. Two Depositories, viz. Eg. Eg.
Angel One is a registered Depository Participant with CDSL.