How to buy or sell share in Nepal/Nepali share market
Must understand before entering the share market
Type of market
Share issued by the company directly and have a relatively lower risk
- IPO(initial public offer)
- FPO(further public issue)
- Right and bonus share
- Purchase through stockbroker or online using user login provided by Nepse.
- Open Demat account.
Almost all the banking (through their securities company) and some broker provide Demat opening service.Simply open your Demat account from the bank where you already possess a bank account. Bring your Identity proof.
- Obtain online login credentials from your DP holder as discussed in step 1
Currently, we can apply the primary market through the internet via MeroShare.For obtaining mero share login credentialsApply for mero share when you get the Demat number at the same place and also ask for CRN number.
Now we can apply primary share like IPO, FPO, Right share when available by selecting MY ASBA –Apply for Issue from Mero share website.
For information related IPO availabilityFollow us on our Facebook page.or read news portal like Merolagani, Newssangalo, Nepali paisa, Sharesansar, etc
The secondary market
- For entering in the secondary market open an account from any broker.
For the list and address detail of the broker visit NEPSE.
- You must bring your identity proof (citizenship or other) and Demat number.
- Now you can buy or sell any listed share by visiting a broker or calling them.
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For buy and sale of share online in Nepal you must follow some procedure
Nepse provides a full-fledged online system but the payment system is not integrated with it that’s why the online system is not functioning fully as it should be. By using the services of Connect IPS we can make payment to the broker so we don’t have to visit the broker’s office just to buy or sell a share in Nepal. In addition to that, some banks are providing 3 in 1 service in collaboration with their capital company and brokers which will provide you fully online service to buy or sell shares in Nepal.
- Visit your share broker.
- Fills the agreement form.
- Deposit cheque or amount for a certain % of the transaction.
- Then your broker will provide you the URL link for the Nepse TMS website, password, and user ID which is client ID.
Update: To mitigate the risk of covid19, Nepse provides an additional feature in TMS for obtaining an Online account. First, open the URL of your broker from the list.
Then click in the register and fill the form accordingly.
The login page will display like featured image then you have to log in with your client ID and password then the page will display like these.
52 thoughts on “How to buy or sell share in Nepal/Nepali share market”
I have dmat account but i don’t have active mero share so how to buy ipo or primary share through online? And what should i do for buy online primary share?how to know primary share is selling by company? You should mail me om my email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) thank you.
you can buy IPO share through bank or securities company from where you have obtained DMAT, though its easier if you update your meroshare account.For information regarding IPO issue visit https://www.sebon.gov.np/ipo-pipeline or news site like sharesansar,merolagani or follow our Facebook page
Seems to be struggling in language but very informative. (although there are no links available on the brokers list)
Thanks for the constructive review, we will try to improve gradually. regarding brokers list, there seems to be a problem in your end, the attached link of NEPSE is working properly
Anyway to connect with broker , for secondary share market enter ??
some brokers provide online service, contract your nearby brokers in non business hour and understand the procedure.
Sir, please advise me that what would be happen when total cash collateral is less than buying amount or net amount payable by client? What is the solution about it.
Normally we can place order 4 times of collateral, so most of the time payable amount is more than the collateral. The remaining payable amount to be deposit in a broker account via Connect IPS or any other medium.
Whether book building process apply in Nepal
The draft is prepared by SEBON and open for feedback on such draft , so still in the process
is it possible to open an account via online to buy and sell share in secondary market?
yes, it is possible.If you already have a DMAT account then you can apply for Nepse TMS (online account for Share trading). Some brokers like sani,Nasa securities are providing online service for opening an online trading account, so visit their website
is collatral is required for selling share?
not required, collateral is required for the purchase transaction only
Sir yesterday I shell my shere of GLH but untill next why not comming shere transfor request I already finished my wacc calculation
sometimes brokers take time for entry adjustment.hope already transfered
Is it possible to sell share without broker being in contracted??
we can place a sales order from online TMS without a broker, but to open a trading account, Online TMS account and the settlement need to contract broker
Could u please tell me procedure to sell ipo?
you have to open a trading account from any brokers (https://newweb.nepalstock.com.np/brokers) as described above( secondary market), by visiting their office or through the internet, then you can sell
Can we use other’s CRN number to IPO from my bank Account
we have to apply separate CRN for each DMAT account.
E-DIS is only for sellers has to do or also need to do by buyers also
Only for sellers.
I have mero share account but not broker account. Can I sell my IPO share? What do I need to do?
You must have Trading Account (broker’s account) to sell shares.1st open account from any brokers – https://newweb.nepalstock.com.np/brokers
How do I buy a share
Please go through the link, you will understand.
I bought 100 shares in 2068 (so 2007) at 500 per share, and now in Purchase Source, It starts from 2015 and says you had 250 shares in demat as of 2015_10_10. How do I fill in purchase price for WACC calculation? I think it is 100×500 gives 50,000 plus remaining shares 100×100 to give 10,000, so total is 60,000. Then purchase price is total price divided by number of shares, so 60,000 divided by 250 to give 240 as purchase price for that 250 block shares. Am I correct?
your calculation is correct but considers the remaining share 150 instead of 100,
i.e 250 ((100*500)+(150*100))/260
I want sell ma share , what i need to do?
You have to open a broker account from any broker. list of the broker are attached in the above post.
I have completed all the process of buying share in secomdary market. In how many days will broker transfer my share?
as per the new T+2 settlement system, the share should have been debited on the next day of T+2 i.e 3rd (business) day of the transaction.
How much does it cost to open TMS account and if there’s annual renewal charge?
How much does it cost to open TMS account and if there’s annual charge?
there is no charge at all up till today except nominal charges of 100 as KYC fee
Call we sell unalloted shares also or only alloted shares..
Plz help me???
We are allowed to sell a share only to the extent of balance available in our DP(as reflected in mero share).so we can sell a share only after listing in the primary market.(allotted—Listing—-sales)
failed: unable to place order! ORDER EXCEEDED REMAINING TRADING LIMIT
i am facing this issue, please suggest solution
when i try to sell shares it gives me Unable to place order! ORDER QUANTITY EXCEEDED DP BALANCE although i have enough order quanity, i am trying to sell 50 kitta which i have in my meroshare account
Unable to place order! Invalid per order limit, max allowed limit value 0.00
1ST upload collateral and check trading limit from my information.
sir i sold my shares of UPPER TAMAKOSHI. But i dint get any option in transfer share from My edis in Mero share(I check it every few hours: not that I have forgotten to see). I already did my WACC calculation too. The brokers call is always busy and doesn’t reply in mail or Facebook. What can i do in this situation. Today already is 3rd day.
Hope your problem is already solved, please contact us on our FB page for a speedy response. Normally such a type of error reflects while our Demat account is expired. sorry for the late response, please share your solution too which will be fruitful for others as well.
thats very common nowadays. they dont send you those transfers, brokers forget it. but if we dnt transfer thats our fault we should pay the shortage charge. we have to pay for their mistakes. thats how it is. if transfer doesnt com in mero share u need to go to brokers office and fill up a DIS slip and submit. it doesnt matter wether if it is a lockdown or nisedhagya. they will charge us for their mistake.
Maile share buy /sell garna lai market open vakai bela garna parxa??
yes, sir, the Normal trading period is 11 am to 3 pm. You can place a special order for 15 minutes for 10:30 to 10:45.
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We have a share of the year 2071/72 can we still sell it or get any information regarding it?? Please help
if you are holding your share in dematerialized form (share reflect in your Demat account or mero share account), then renew your Demat and sell share through brokers. if you are holding physical certificate then visit the capital (issue manager) of such company to convert in Dmat form
Can someone help me out to start invest in share market, I don’t have knowledge about share market but interested to walk on this path so kindly someone help me & give me some ideas.
Please go through the post and open Demat account as well as mero share account 1st then start investing through IPO