What is BO ID and how can I check my BO ID in FYERS?
Benificiatiary Owner Identification Number (BO ID) is a 16 digit Demat Account Number given by the Depository Participant, i.e., CDSL. The first 8 digits of the BO ID is termed as DP ID (that will be the same throughout Fyers), and the last 8 digits are termed as Client ID (will be unique for every client).
You can check your BO ID through your My Account:
1. Log in to the My Account, Go to your profile, and click on ‘Manage Account’ as shown below:
2. You’ll find your BO ID termed as Demat Number. The first 8 digits will be your DP ID and the last 8 digits will be your Client ID.
Note: Your Trading account number is nothing but your User ID/Client ID and is not the same as your BO ID. It will consist of alphanumeric with 2 alphabets followed by 4 to 5 numbers.
Can I place BO/CO orders in the Options Segment?
With effect from 27th September 2021, the Bracket Orders and Cover Orders have been disabled for the Options Segment in Fyers. As a result, you will not be able to use the BO/CO in the options segment (Refer to this article)
What are the scrips available to trade in FYERS?
Scrips are categorized under various categories called ‘Series.’ Below is the list of series that are available to trade in FYERS: NSE EQ BZ BE RR IV ID RT IZ - BSE A B E T X XT IF IT M Note: 1. Buy Today Sell Tomorrow (BTST) is available only for ...
How do I Dematerialize the Equity Share Certificates in Fyers?
Dematerialization is a process of converting Physical Certificates of Shares to a computerized or electronic format that can be held in your Demat. You can download the Dematerialization Request Forms here. Dematerialization Request Procedure is as ...
How do I Dematerialize the Mutual Funds in Fyers?
Dematerialization is a process of converting Physical Certificates of Shares and Mutual Funds to a computerized or electronic format that can be held in your Demat. You can download the Dematerialization Request Forms here. Dematerialization Request ...
Does FYERS provide collateral margin against holdings/securities?
Yes, we do provide collateral margin against your holdings, i.e., stocks, ETFs, and MFs. You can pledge your holdings for collateral margins, which will be credited into your trading account after a deduction of a certain percentage or haircut. ...