Mero Share is a web portal of CDSC (Central Depository System and Clearing Ltd) which provides the details of share transactions with their D-Mat account so that investor can track their share information anytime and from anywhere. Mero Share will save you time and money in share transactions. It is super easy to Mero Share login and apply for an IPO and check IPO Results. Now you will not need to visit broker platforms to buy/sell shares or even to deposit/withdraw money from them.
Mero Share is one of the best products of CDSC and yes there were server issues in the past but now it’s good. The Mero Share CDSC website is mero share cdsc com np where you can find all the details. There are a total of 4,524,228 Mero Share users in Nepal as per CDSC. Also, there are 5,432,932 Beneficial Owners’ Demat Accounts in Nepal, most of them created during covid.
Official Link:- MEROSHARE.CDSC.COM.NP
Once you log in to mero share from mero share cdsc com np you will see the dashboard shown in the picture. The dashboard provides a summary of all the information on your share profile, Total share value, and top 5 share value.
- First- My Details have personal information, BOID, name, address of the account holder, and other general information of the user.
- Second- My Share It lists the details of shares owned by the individual, within lock-in, freeze, and free balance. You should always look at the free balance of shares before selling.
- Third- My Transaction History provides the history of buying and selling shares, details of bonus shares, right shares, and mergers.
- Forth- My Portfolio shows the worth of shares yesterday, today (LTP), and the total worth.
- Fifth- My Pledged Share Detail is the share where you find all your pledged share details.
- Sixth- My Bank request has information on the bank account, branch, bank name
- Seventh &- My ASBA provides you with information and tools to help invest in the right shares easily. ‘View your record’ will open your account statement and display the list of shares that you hold. It has the information in the currently opened IPO, FPO, Right, and Bonus shares.
- Apply for Issue
- Current Issue
- Application Report
- Old Application Report
- Eighth-‘Purchase Source’ will show the step-by-step process of getting the share.
- Ninth-With My EDIS, you can approve the list of shares that you are selling, and it also has a share transfer facility too.
To open a Mero share account, you need to follow the following steps.
- First, you need to have a D-mat account which shall require visiting any of the nearest branches of any Bank.
- Upon getting the D-MAT Number, you need to register the CRN number which stands for CASBA Registration Number.
- To get a CRN number, you need to visit the bank where you have opened a savings account and can be requested from any of the branches near to you. Now that you have the CRN number, you need to get an account for “Mero Share” by going to cdsc.com.np and then registering yourself with all the required details which include your name as printed on your I-card and Mobile Number.
- You can download the Mero Share Form from Bank’s websites or can visit the banks as well.
Here are the steps for the Mero Share login. Go to Meroshare.sdsc.com.np and sign in to Mero Share. Sometimes people while login to the Mero share Cdsc website use meroshare cdsc com np instead of meroshare.cdsc.com.np
- Select your DP (Depository Participant)
- Enter your Username and Password
- Your login to your Mero share account
Note that Mero share is an individual account and cannot be transferred to any person. The person is responsible for transactions performed. Keep your login id confidential and do not share it with anybody.
Tips: Select a bank or depository participant of Mero Share which does not charge any fee while applying IPO, there are banks that might charge few amounts. This can be done while opening Mero share and D-Mat accounts.
Using the MeroShare and IPO application is a very simple process.
- All you need to do is log in to your Mero Share account using your DP, username, and Password.
- Click on MY ASBA and select apply for Current Issue
- Select the linked Bank from that you want to deposit the balance. This amount will be blocked until allotment.
- Select the number of shares you want to apply for
- Enter the CRN number and tick the check box
- Click the proceed and enter your PIN, you’re done.
Always check the prospectus before applying IPO, You can download and check it while applying an IPO.
- Is there any charge to open a Mero Share Account?
- Welcome to the next generation of Mero Share in which users are able to add and share content with friends and family on their different devices. From now on, new user registration charges for Mero Share are just NPR 50 whereas the renewal charge is also the same at NPR 50.
- D-Mat Renewal fee is Rs. 100 some banks might waive it.
One can do it using eSewa, Khalti, IME Pay, Prabhu Pay, NCHL (Connect IPS) Online.
- How can we Change the EMAIL of the Mero Share Account?
- Yes, you can change it by contacting the Bank, in most cases, you have to visit the Bank to change your email in the Mero Share account.
Mero Share APP lets users buy and sell shares easily with just a few taps on their smartphone. Regardless of location or time of day, they can decide what they want to trade, estimate the potential profit from the transaction, and settle it all with a few taps. You can download the mero share app from the play store.
Sourece on Mero share app
Weighted Average Cost of Capital WACC Calculator formula
WACC is the average cost of capital you invested in a particular stock/share.
WACC= P1*Number of shares purchased + P2 NS + P3*NS…../ number of shares outstanding
P1- The price of one
P2- Price Two and so on
NS- Number of shares purchased
This is calculated while share transferring in Mero Share (EDIS) to calculate Capital gain/loss on a share sold.
Important Terms Meaning
Dematerialization helps investment managers reduce the costs and risks associated with managing large quantities of paper. In simple words, Demat is a process to move from paper securities to electronic form.
Beneficial Owner (BO)
The BO is the person who has opened the Demat account with CDSC through a registered DP to deposit their securities or instruments which are capable of being deposited in Demat form. You are required to disclose the name of the Beneficial Owner (BO) of your Depository Account. There are 5,432,932 Beneficial Owners’ Demat Accounts, More than Mero Share Account.
Depository Participants (DP)
A person or entity who is authorized by the depository to transact securities settlement business with its participants and clients. Depository Participant makes the biggest contribution to the development of Nepal’s capital market. It is very important because it opens another gate for every Nepali to participate in capital market activities. There are 82 Depository Participants in Nepal Currently.
Clearing Member (CM)
A clearing Member is a stock Broker that manages every purchase and sale of Stocks, Debentures, & mutual funds of investors/traders with their tms login account. There are 51active Clearing Members in Nepal.
CDSC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Nepal Stock Exchange Limited. The organization provides its services in dematerialized form and performs depository functions for various Instruments (Equity, Bonds, Warrants, etc.). This organization is entrusted with the safekeeping, deposit, and withdrawal of securities certificates and transfer of ownership/rights of the said instruments. The CDSC is responsible to publish IPO results via IPOresult. CDSC.COM.NP.
It is a central body and CDSC offers secure, efficient, and reliable securities dematerialization backed by its nationwide depository/processing network. CDSC offers the service to all customers who wish to buy or sell securities: Corporate Customers. Mero Share, IPO Results are managed by CDSC
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- First, Log-on to MeroShare.cdsc.com.np in your browser.
- After opening the Mero Share webpage, look for the Forgot Your Password. button on the down.
- Please select your DP, User Name, Email Id, and Date of Birth, and then click the send button.
- After the information matches, the message “New password has been sent to your email” appears.
- Check your mail and reset your new password with the login provided.
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You can check your mero share App or Mero share site by going to the MEROSHARE.CDSC.COM.NP site.
Which bank is best to open a Demat account in Nepal?
This is very subjective, any commercial bank or A-class bank is good for opening mero share, Nepal Investment Mega Bank, Nabil Bank, Nepal Bank, and Nic Asia Bank are the best one as per general public review.
Using a TMS login you can buy and sell shares online.
Starting from the IPO application using Mero share is the best way to start investing in the share market in Nepal.
How do I know if my IPO is successful?
You Can check IPO allotment status in your mero share report section.
It is not possible to buy shares here however you can apply IPO from it.
How can I know my Demat account number in Nepal?
You can ask your bank if you have opened one.
It is a unique number your bank provides that differentiates from one to another client.
No, shares will be sold only through brokers.
Go to My ASBA and apply for an open IPO by selecting quantity.
Yes, you can apply for IPO without a mero share here is how:
Visit a bank that provides the Application Supported by Blocked Amount (ASBA) facility: This is a system that blocks the amount in your bank account required to apply for shares in an IPO, FPO, or Right issue, and releases it only after the allotment process is completed.
- Fill out a physical form: You will need to fill out a physical form for the current issue and submit it at the bank. The form will require you to provide your customer identification number (CRN) and Depository Participant (DP) ID number. Additionally, you will need to provide your bank account number and other relevant information.
- Submit the form: After filling out the form, submit it at the bank along with any other required documents. The bank will then process your application and keep you updated on the status of your application.
We share the topics here in Kpadhne because students must be aware of their finance. All students must apply for the IPO to save money for future education. MeroShare is a tool that we all have to use and we don’t recommend students for the Secondary market without proper knowledge but IPO is a thing we must apply seeing the company is good.