When will I get the money after selling the shares from holding?

When will I get the money after selling the shares from holding?

In the case of equity delivery transactions, funds are usually expected to be credited to your trading account within one trading day following the sale date. This aligns with the T+1 settlement cycle, where "T" represents the transaction date.

Once the T+1 day concludes, the funds settle, allowing you to request a payout.

Please note that delays may occur due to weekends, existing trading holdings, or settlement holidays.



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