About us

“I will tell you how to become rich. Close the doors. Be fearful when other are greedy. Be greedy when others are fearful” – Warren Buffet


FE Securities Pvt Ltd was established in 1995 in New Delhi, India by Sh. Sanjay Kaul, a chartered accountant and former Vice President of the Delhi Stock Exchange and Sh. Ajai Bahadur, a chartered accountant. Both of them have had a vast experience in the field of finance. Sh Ajai Bahadur took voluntary retirement in 2021 but Sh. Sanjay Kaul’s son Divij Kaul who has a vast array of experience having worked across multiple industries in his career joined the company in early 2020. Divij has a double masters degree in Marketing and looks after areas such as customer relationship management, business development, administrative work and coordination of front and back office. Sh. Sanjay Kaul continues to head the front office for the firm. The company has a vast domain of expertise within the financial markets spanning over 28 years. We are a full service company which means that we not only offer you various products within the financial markets to choose from but also advise you on where to invest and why.

Why Us?

  • We have a vast array of experience spread across our key management personnel
  • We have been providing stock broking services to a host of High Net Worth Individuals, Corporates and Institutions for over 28 years
  • We are pretty strong in our research specially for companies based out of North India and we specialize in Micro, Small and Mid Cap companies
  • We have over the years created wealth as well as generated income for our clients by good stock picking
  • We use a strategy that generates both wealth and income for our clients
  • We do a thorough fundamental analysis of companies using websites such as Screener. We also try and connect with the investor relations team of companies that we find potential in
  • We also use trading softwares such as Metastock or Trading view for both the cash and futures and options segment as well as trading strategies
  • We follow our investments and potential investments by attending their conference calls, going through their investor presentations and also tracking local as well as global news that affects our markets
  • We have a mix of seasoned as well as new age people within our team that keeps up on our toes with fresh ideas and fresh ways of thinking
  • We have a 100% track record on no complaints since our inception and issue free audits
  • We are expanding and have a diversified set of services/products that we offer to our existing and potential clients


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Our SB/ DP Registration Number:


Stock Broker Name/

CDSL Depository Name

Registration Number Registered Address Branch Address (if any) Contact Number Email id
FE Securities Private Limited INZ000240438 814 Arunachal Building 19 Barakhamba Road New Delhi-110001 No 011 23350670

011 23350672



FE Securities Private Limited IN-DP-273-2016 814 Arunachal Building 19 Barakhamba Road New Delhi-110001 No 011 23350670

011 23350672




 Membership Details:   

NSE – Capital Market dt.8th August 1995

NSE – F&O (SCM) dt. 29th March 2006

BSE- Capital Market dt. 22nd September 2005

Key Managerial Personnel (KMPs)

Sanjay Kaul – Wholetime Director –  9810088855- Authorised Person

Divij Kaul-     Designated Director-  9810002773-     Authorised Person

Compliance Officer: Mr. Anil Kumar- 9810787578


» CIN U74999DL1995PTC069239

» NSE Clearing No. M50463.
» NSE TM No. 07596.
» BSE Clearing No. 3057

Responsibilities of Investors

  • Deal with a SEBI registered DP for opening demat account, KYC and Depository activities.
  • Provide complete documents for account opening and KYC (Know Your Client). Fill all the required details in Account Opening Form / KYC form in own handwriting and cancel out the blanks.
  • Read all documents and conditions being agreed before signing the account opening form.
  • Accept the Delivery Instruction Slip (DIS) book from DP only (preprinted with a serial number along with client ID) and keep it in safe custody and do not sign or issue blank or partially filled DIS.
  • Always mention the details like ISIN, number of securities accurately.
  • Inform any change in information linked to demat account and obtain confirmation of updation in the system.
  • Regularly verify balances and demat statement and reconcile with trades / transactions.
  • Appoint nominee(s) to facilitate heirs in obtaining the securities in their demat account.
  • Do not fall prey to fraudsters sending emails and SMSs luring to trade in stocks / securities promising huge profits.

Dos and Don’ts for Investor

  • Receive a copy of KYC, copy of account opening documents.
  • No minimum balance is required to be maintained in a demat account.
  • No charges are payable for opening of demat accounts.
  • If executed, receive a copy of Power of Attorney. However, Power of Attorney is not a mandatory requirement as per SEBI / Stock Exchanges. You have the right to revoke any authorization given at any time.
  • You can open more than one demat account in the same name with single DP/ multiple DPs.
  • Receive statement of accounts periodically. In case of any discrepancies in statements, take up the same with the DP immediately. If the DP does not respond, take up the matter with the Depositories.
  • Pledge and /or any other interest or encumbrance can be created on demat holdings.
  • Right to give standing instructions with regard to the crediting of securities in demat account.
  • Investor can exercise its right to freeze/defreeze his/her demat account or specific securities / specific quantity of securities in the account, maintained with the DP.
  • In case of any grievances, Investor has right to approach Participant or Depository or SEBI for getting the same resolved within prescribed timelines.
  • Every eligible investor shareholder has a right to cast its vote on various resolutions proposed by the companies for which Depositories have developed an internet based ‘e-Voting’ platform.
  • Receive information about charges and fees. Any charges/tariff agreed upon shall not increase unless a notice in writing of not less than thirty days is given to the Investor.

Dos and Don’ts for Investor

Sr.No. Guidance
1 Always deal with a SEBI registered Depository Participant for opening a demat account.
2 Read all the documents carefully before signing them.
3 Before granting Power of attorney to operate your demat account to an intermediary like Stock Broker, Portfolio Management Services (PMS) etc., carefully examine the scope and implications of powers being granted.
Always make payments to registered intermediary using banking channels.
No payment should be made in name of employee of intermediary.
Accept the Delivery Instruction Slip (DIS) book from your DP only (pre- printed with a serial number along with your Client ID) and keep it in safe custody and do not sign or issue blank or partially filled DIS slips.

Always mention the details like ISIN, number of securities accurately. In case of any queries, please contact your DP or broker and it should be signed by all demat account holders.

Strike out any blank space on the slip and Cancellations or corrections on the DIS should be initialed or signed by all the account holder(s).

Do not leave your instruction slip book with anyone else.

Do not sign blank DIS as it is equivalent to a bearer cheque.
Inform any change in your Personal Information (for example address or Bank Account details, email ID, Mobile number) linked to your demat account in the prescribed format and obtain confirmation of updation in
7 Mention your Mobile Number and email ID in account opening form to receive SMS alerts and regular updates directly from depository.
8 Always ensure that the mobile number and email ID linked to your demat account are the same as provided at the time of account opening/updation.
Do not share password of your online trading and demat account with
Do not share One Time Password (OTP) received from banks, brokers, etc.
These are meant to be used by you only.
11 Do not share login credentials of e-facilities provided by the depositories such as e-DIS/demat gateway, SPEED-e/easiest etc. with anyone else.
12 Demat is mandatory for any transfer of securities of Listed public limited companies with few exceptions.
If you have any grievance in respect of your demat account, please write to
designated email IDs of depositories or you may lodge the same with SEBI online at https://scores.gov.in/scores/Welcome.html
Keep a record of documents signed, DIS issued and account statements
15 As Investors you are required to verify the transaction statement carefully for all debits and credits in your account. In case of any unauthorized debit or credit, inform the DP or your respective Depository.
16 Appoint a nominee to facilitate your heirs in obtaining the securities in your demat account, on completion of the necessary procedures.
17 Register for Depository's internet based facility or download mobile app of the depository to monitor your holdings.
Ensure that, both, your holding and transaction statements are received
periodically as instructed to your DP. You are entitled to receive a transaction statement every month if you have any transactions.
19 Do not follow herd mentality for investments. Seek expert and professional advice for your investments
20 Beware of assured/fixed returns.

Complaint Resolution process at Depositories

Miscellaneous services

Transaction alerts through SMS, e-locker facilities, chatbots for instantaneously responding to investor queries etc. have also been developed..

E-account opening

Account opening through digital mode, popularly known as “On-line Account opening”, wherein investor intending to open the demat account can visit DP website, fill in the required information, submit the required documents, conduct video IPV and demat account gets opened without visiting DPs office.

Transposition cum dematerialization

In case of transposition-cum-dematerialisation, client can get securities dematerialised in the same account if the names appearing on the certificates match with the names in which the account has been opened but are in a different order. The same may be done by submitting the security certificates along with the Transposition Form and Demat Request Form.

Online instructions for execution

Internet-enabled services like Speed-e (NSDL) & Easiest (CDSL) empower a demat account holder in managing his/her securities ‘anytime-anywhere’ in an efficient and convenient manner and submit instructions online without the need to use paper. These facilities allows Beneficial Owner (BO) to submit transfer instructions and pledge instructions including margin pledge from their demat account. The instruction facilities are also available on mobile applications through android, windows and IOS platforms.

e-DIS / Demat Gateway

Investors can give instructions for transfer of securities through e-DIS apart from physical DIS. Here, for on-market transfer of securities, investors need to provide settlement number along with the ISIN and quantity of securities being authorized for transfer. Client shall be required to authorize each e-DIS valid for a single settlement number / settlement date, by way of OTP and PIN/password, both generated at Depositories end. Necessary risk containment measures are being adopted by Depositories in this regard.

e-CAS facility

Consolidated Account Statements are available online and could also be accessed through mobile app to facilitate the investors to view their holdings in demat form.

Linkages with Clearing System

For actual delivery of securities to the clearing system from the selling brokers and delivery of securities from the clearing system to the buying broker.

Basic Services Demat Account (BSDA)

The facility of BSDA with limited services for eligible individuals was introduced with the objective of achieving wider financial inclusion and to encourage holding of demat accounts. No Annual Maintenance Charges (AMC) shall be levied, if the value of securities holding is upto Rs. 50,000. For value of holdings between Rs 50,001- 2,00,000, AMC not exceeding Rs 100 is chargeable. In case of debt securities, there are no AMC charges for holding value upto Rs 1,00,000 and a maximum of Rs 100 as AMC is chargeable for value of holdings between Rs 1,00,001 and Rs 2,00,000.