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Online brokerages see uptick in new investors even as markets crash

Ease of account opening due to e-KYC, tempting valuations after the market crash, work-from-home and SBI Card mega IPO are reasons for the spurt

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Brokerages | Domestic brokerages | zerodha

Sai Ishwar  |  Mumbai 

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Illustration: Binay Sinha

Online are witnessing an uptick in new client registrations despite the meltdown in the market. Most leading players say additions over the past one month have been as much as 80 per cent higher than their past monthly average. Ease of account opening thanks to e-KYC, tempting valuations after the market crash, work-from-home directives and mega IPO of SBI Cards are some of the reasons cited by broking houses for the spurt in account openings.

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First Published: Thu, March 19 2020. 18:28 IST
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