Can I add a joint account holder to my existing account?
No, you cannot add a joint account holder to an already existing account. If you want to open a joint account, you will have to do it separately. If you want to be the first holder of the new joint account, you will have to close the existing account and open the new account as a joint account with you as the first holder. However, if you are not going to be the first holder, then you can open a joint account without closing your existing account.
How do I add the new Segment/Exchange to my existing Trading Account?
If you have already opened an account with one exchange/segment and wish to add any other segment/exchange, then existing account holders can opt for a new segment addition by requesting in the My Account. You are required to select the segments you ...
How do I add a nominee to my trading account while opening an account by E-sign, I don’t see it on my digitally signed form?
As per the SEBI rules, nomination in digital account opening form is not allowed; hence you won’t see a section for nominee addition. If you wish to add a nominee to your existing trading account, please refer to this – How do I add a nominee to my ...
Can I open a joint account with FYERS?
Yes, you can open a joint account in FYERS and the procedure to do so is similar to that of the individual account. However, the procedure is offline. To get a call back please register here.
As an existing client with a Trading Account, How to open a FYERS Demat Account?
Earlier, the procedure to open a Demat for the existing trading account holders was offline. However, as per the feedback received from the community, we've simplified the procedure by making it completely online through the e-signing process. You ...
Is the account opening process 100% online?
You can open a Trading & Demat account with us online without having to submit any physical documents. Online account opening enables you to sign the application form digitally using Aadhar OTPs. You will be able to transact in all the segments ...