ICICI Bank is an active capital market intermediary. It is one of the promoters of several leading institutions in the country including National Stock Exchange Of India Limited (NSE), National Commodities & Derivatives Exchange Limited (NCDEX), Central Depository Services (India) Limited (CDSL). Since 2000, the Bank has also been one of the clearing and settlement banks for NSE and Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE). The Bank also took up the clearing and settlement banking status for NCDEX in FY 2004 and has recently got the clearing and settlement banking status on the Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited (MCX) and Spot Exchanges.
We are the leading collecting bankers (market leader) to Public/ Rights/ Private Placement/ Mutual Funds/ Capital Gains Bonds issues. ICICI Bank is the only Bank to cross Rs. 1 trillion Collection. We are the market leader in IPO Collection with a 34% share and 65% market share in Retail and HNI Segment.
Escrow and Paying Bankers We act as escrow and paying bankers to Mergers and Acquisitions.
As mentioned above, ICICI Bank acts as a 'clearing and settlement' banker for members of NSE, BSE, NCDEX, MCX and Spot Exchange. ICICI Bank also offers following products/services:
- Cash Management Services
- NRI accounts
- Payment gateway
- Portfolio management services accounts
- Supply Chain Management Account
- Corporate Internet Banking
Clearing and Settlement Bankers
The Bank is the leading Clearing and Settlement Bank for The National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) and The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), and offers a range of products and services in the capital markets. It is also a Clearing and Settlement Bank for other Exchanges in India namely The National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX), The Multi-Commodity Exchange (MCX) and Spot Exchange of India.
The Bank issues bank guarantees to brokers on both the Capital Market and Commodity Market segment favoring the NSE/ BSE/ NCDEX/ MCX/ Spot Exchange to meet Security Deposit/ Base Capital and Margin requirements of the exchanges and Professional Clearing for trading members clearing their trades through them.
To meet working capital requirements of the brokers on the Capital Market segment, the Bank provides after thorough credit appraisal secured overdraft in the form of overdraft against shares.
Intra-day Funding is done at the Bank's discretion to meet Exchange obligations (against cheques deposited in clearing or payouts to be received from the other exchanges) and client.
Temporary Overdrafts (TOD)
The Bank at its discretion provides Temporary Overdrafts to meet exchange obligations and for any temporary cash flow mismatches.
For any queries,
Contact the Relationship Manager at:
ICICI BANK LTD,
Capital Markets Division
1st floor,122, Mistry Bhavan,
Dinshaw Wachha Road,Backbay Reclaimation
Mumbai - 400020