InvestorQ : There is a discrepancy between my demat account and my own records. What should I do?
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There is a discrepancy between my demat account and my own records. What should I do?

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rhea Babu answered.
2 years ago


That will depend on what the discrepancy is. In case of any discrepancy in the statement of holdings, an investor can contact his DP and in case of discrepancies in corporate benefits, one can approach the company / its RTA. If the discrepancy is not resolved, the investor may approach concerned Depository (NSDL or CDSL). A lot of people write to companies directly, that will not help. Ideally, take it up with your DP and the DP will help you to interface with the RTA and with NSDL if required. If you feel things are not really moving, then you can directly approach the NSDL or the CDSL depending on where your account is located. Lastly, you also have recourse to SEBI for filing complaints since the SEBI is the regulator for all the capital market intermediaries in India.