FAQs

Welcome to our comprehensive FAQ section, where we’ve gathered answers to the most frequently asked questions about our services. We understand that having clear and concise information is essential to your decision-making process, and that’s why we’ve compiled this resource to address any doubts or uncertainties you may have.
How do I open TMS/Broker account?
The account can be opened easily with our office. An account can be open using offline or online methods. To open an account the documents required are:

For individual account:

2 Recent Clicked Photos
Original Citizenship
Cheque
Demat Letter
Pan Card (Optional)
Electricity/Water Bill (Optional)

For minor account:

2 Recent Clicked Photos
1 Parent's Photo
Parent’s Original Citizenship
Minor's Birth Certificate
Minor's Cheque
Minor's Demat Letter
Parent’s Pan Card (Optional)
Electricity/Water Bill (Optional)

For corporate account:

AOA (Article of Assocation)
MOA (Memorandum Of Association)
Minute (Minutes of Meeting)
Company Register Certificate
Tax Clearance Letter
Company Pan Register
Company Cheque
Fill the company AML form with the company stamp
Demat acknowledgement letter of the company
There should be two contact person with Individual KYC

In online method an individual can visit out office and fill up the form. In online methods, the client can fill up the application in our website and submit that.

Required time: Maximum 72 hours

For more detail watch our video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7jJV9S_YaA

Website open an account link: https://tms55.nepsetms.com.np/client-registration

How to login into TMS?

Go to the website https://tms55.nepsetms.com.np/login. Enter your client id and password. And after entering the password, enter captcha and login.

I forgot my password. How can I reset it?

In login page of TMS, you can simply click forgot password option. You have to enter your client id and email id. If your client id and email is valid, password reset link will be sent to your email id.

How do I open my DEMAT account?

The account can be opened easily with our office. An account can be open using offline or online methods. To open an account the documents required are:

For individual account:

  • 1 Recent Clicked Photo
  • Original Citizenship
  • Cheque
  • Pan Card
  • Electricity/Water Bill

For minor account:

  • 1 Recent Clicked Photo
  • 1 Parent's Photo
  • Parent’s Original Citizenship
  • Minor's Birth Certificate
  • Minor's Cheque
  • Parent’s Pan Card (Optional)
  • Electricity/Water Bill (Optional)

For corporate account:

  • Directors Citizenship
  • Directors Photo
  • Tax Clearance Letter
  • Minute (Minutes of Meeting)
  • Company Register Certificate
  • PAN

In online method an individual can visit out office and fill up the form. In online methods, the client can fill up the application in our website and submit that.

How do I open my Mero Share account?

Firstly, a user can open their Mero Share account only from the same institution where their Demat account was opened. If the client have opened Demat account from bhrikuti stock, he/she can open mero share account through online or offline. The client can visit our office with original citizenship and demat number. If the user want to open the account online, the user can download the form from our website and fill it and send it to our email.

What are the charges on opening an account?
  • It is free to open a TMS/Trader/Broker account.
  • To open demat account you need to pay Rs. 150.
  • To open mero share account you need to pay Rs. 50
How do I get the collateral Limit?

Client have to load collateral in TMS through connect IPS or esewa or Global IME’s mobile banking.

From TMS > Fund Management > Collateral Management > Load Collateral, and select the payment method.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yNxzS0wQDU

How to sell shares?
  • Go to TMS and do login
  • Go to Order Management
  • Click Buy/Sell
  • Enter Symbol, quantity and price
  • Choose sell option and press sell button
How to do WACC and EDIS?
  • Login into Mero share
  • Go to My Purchase Source
  • In Purchase source tab, enter the scrip and select the scrip and click to proceed
  • Go to My Holdings tab, select the scrip and click to proceed
  • Go to My EDIS and go to Transfer Shares tab
  • Select the settlement and submit

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUamAQUMNNM

How to pay the amount of purchased shares?

After purchasing the share, a client can make a payment through connect IPS, esewa or Global IME mobile banking.

  • Login to TMS
  • Go to Fund Settlement
  • Click Buy Information
  • Select the transaction
  • Click to “Make Settlement” button
  • Click to Proceed with payment
  • Select to EOD Pay In
  • Enter amount, payment geteway, method and remarks and click make payment button
  • In another case, the total amount deposited as collateral will be automatically used to settle the amount. In this situation, manual settlement is not possible. If a client choose to make additional buy, the client might need to provide additional collateral.
How many days will it take to sell the shares from date of purchase?

The purchased shares take 3 working days to settle (T+2 days). In T+2 days, the share will be credited into demat account and the next day (T+3 days) the share can be sold.

What is the process to upgrade from minor to major account?

To upgrade the account type from minor to major, a client has to fill up a form (https://forms.bhrikutistock.com/minor-to-individual-transfer). In this process, the required documents are client's citizenship, birth certificate and guardian's citizenship (same guardian whose name was given while opening the minor's account).

What is the process of family transfer?

The share can be transfer between the family members of three generations (तिन पुस्ते ). If a family member wants to transfer share ownership, both parties must submit two copies of the ownership transfer application to Bhrikuti Stock. This application must include two copies of each party's citizenship, the original share certificates, two copies of certificates confirming to the family's relation, and a bank voucher showing the payment of the necessary ownership transfer fee.

What is the process of death transfer?

After the death of a person, the right to acquire ownership would belong to the closest nominee of the person who passed away. After a family member passes away, copies of applications for the transfer of ownership must be submitted, along with other supporting documentation such as two copies of the death certificate, two copies of each party's citizenship, two copies of relation verification certificate, and the original share certificates.

How do I transfer my Physical shares (Shares in Certificate) into my DMAT?

First, open a Demat account at Bhrikuti Stock Broking Company if you haven't open yet.
Then, a Demat request form must be filled, enclosing the list of shares and authorized signature. Then physical shares need to be deposited at Depository Participant (DP). The DP will enter the share details into their system generating a unique code called DRN (Demat Request Number) which will represent the client’s shareholdings at RTS (Registrar to Shares).

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