JBS Securities provides research based investment advisory and broking services through its memberships with NSE.
Products include: NSE Capital Segment

  • Intraday
  • Delivery
Market Timing Hours:
Monday to Friday (09:00 AM to 03:30 PM)



JBS Securities encourages you to hedge your risks in the capital markets by resorting to smart derivative strategies and provides you the means to execute them.
Market Timing Hours:
Monday to Friday (09:00 AM to 03:30 PM)


Currency Derivatives

World's Biggest Industry in Financial Services
The foreign exchange (Currency or forex or FX) market refers to the market for currency trading. Transactions in this market typically involve one party purchasing a

quantity of one currency in exchange for paying a quantity of another. The FX market is the largest and most liquid financial market in the world, and includes currency trading between large banks, central banks, currency speculators, corporates, governments, and other institutions. The market is best suited for Banks, Companies, Importers, Exporters, Currency hedgers and Retail Traders.

Basic Product Design
Product USD-INR Euro-INR Pound-INR Japanese Yen-INR
Lot Size 1000 Dollars 1000 Euro 1000 Pound 100,000 Yen
Quotation Rs./ Dollar Rs./ Euro Rs./ Pound Rs./ 100 yen
Trading Hours : Monday to Friday (9:00 am - 5:00 pm)
Initial Margin : 4% - 6% (May vary as per exchange guidelines)
Final Settlement Price : RBI reference rate on last trading day @ 12 noon
Settlement Mode : Daily Mark to Market (MTM) on T+1 basis
& No delivery - Position cash settled in INR
Tick Size : INR 0.0025
Contract Cycle : 12 monthly contract trading cycle



Initial Public Offering (IPO) is the first issue of shares by a company to the public for raising funds. A company may need to raise money from the public for various reasons such as raising funds for new projects, expansion of existing capacities, repayment of high cost debt, divesting part of promoter holding in company, etc. Investing in equity shares of

these companies is termed as IPO investment. There are certain inherent advantages when it comes to investing in IPO’s for investors.

However, IPOs are also quite volatile in nature especially from small companies. Also due to lack of past performance history investing in IPO’s is prone to risk and hence one needs to invest only after being provided with suitable recommendation from a trusted financial entity.



With JBS Securities, NRIs can have access to equity trading on NSE, invest in invest in primary market , Bonds.



Fixed Deposits in companies that earn a fixed rate of return over a period of time are called Company Fixed Deposits.



These are best for investors who belong to the higher tax brackets of 20% and 30%. For example, the best interest rate offered by bank FDs currently is close to 10% (approx.), and for an investor who falls in the 30% tax bracket, the post tax yield comes to only 6.91%. In comparison, the tax-free bonds are offering a coupon rate of 8.2% - 8.3%

(approx.) for 10 & 15 years respectively. In fact, you could capitalise on the higher rates being offered by these issuances by exiting the bonds once the interest rates come down. Interest rates are nearing peak levels. So, these bonds are providing higher post-tax income along with a likely appreciation in bond prices when the interest rates move down.


Section 54EC Capital Gain Bonds

Capital Gains Bonds are instruments which offer tax exemption for transferring gains of long term capital assets. At JBS Securities, we offer Capital Gains Bond under Section 54EC of the Income Tax Act, 1961.The Investment in these Bonds is to be made within six months from the date of such transfer of capital assets (Land/House Property etc.) for being exempted from Capital Gains Tax.



Non-convertible debentures (NCDs) are debt instruments with a fixed tenure issued by companies to raise money for business purposes. Unlike convertible debentures, NCDs can’t be converted into equity shares of the issuing company at a future date.



Gold ETF is a financial product representing physical Gold. It is transacted in paper / electronic form only and can be stored in your regular Demat account. Since it is listed on the Stock Exchanges, it can be bought or sold from the stock market just like any equity share. Some of its important features are listed below for a lay man to understand the benefit of investing in Gold ETF.

ETF's launched on NSE
Exchange Traded Funds are essentially Index Funds that are listed and traded on exchanges.

ETF's Scheme launched on NSE

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