Trading procedure in stock exchange ppt
Inter-connected Stock Exchange Ltd. ISE is an Indian national-level stock exchange , providing trading , clearing , settlement , risk management and surveillance support to its trading members.
It started its operation in  in Vashi , Mumbai ,  and has trading members, who are located in 18 cities. These intermediaries are administratively supported through the regional offices at Delhi , Kolkata , Patna , Ahmedabad , Coimbatore and Nagpur , besides Mumbai.
It is a stock exchange of stock exchanges,  members of the stock exchanges being traders on the ISE. ISE was launched with an objective of converting small, fragmented and illiquid markets into large, liquid national-level markets. ISE is also a professionally managed stock exchange with the Chairman of the Exchange being also a Public Representative Director from its inception.
This is the topic of chapter - Financial market for class 12 Business Studies. Select the file type you wish to download. Slide 1 - Steps are involved in the screen-based trading for buying and selling of securities Ch Financial Market. Educational qualification and occupation. Name of any other broker with whom registered. Client code number in the client registration form.
Provide certain other details and information Broker opens trading account in the name of the investor. Provide certain other details and information Broker opens trading account in the name of the investor. Approach a registered broker or sub-broker Sign a Broker-client agreement and Client registration form. Slide 4 - Step 3Placement of Order Give Clear instructions about the number of shares and the price Go to broker Places an order to buy or sell shares Broker gives order confirmation slip to the investor.
Slide 5 - Step 4Execution of Order Match the share and best price available Broker will go on-line Connect to the main stock exchange Order will be executed electronically Broker gives order confirmation slip to the investor Within 24 hours the broker issues a Contract Note.
Slide 10 - Suppose, an investor, Shyam buys Reliance on Monday i. His net obligation on Tuesday would be to give Rs. Slide 11 - Step 5Delivery of shares Investor give details of his demat account to broker Instruct his depository participant to take delivery of shares.