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Why Open an trading account?

A trading account enables you to explore the potential of market opportunities which may lead to wealth generation over time. Know More

How much time does it take to Open a Trading Account?

Upon receipt of the application, the account shall be opened within the day or 4 hours, subject to fulfillment of conditions required.

What are the types of accounts to be opened to trade?

You will need a Demat Account, which is where all your trades are stored. The Different types of account includes:

(a)Trading account for Equity Spot and Derivatives (Learn More)

(b)Commodity Account to trade commodity Futures on Multi-Commodity Exchange (Learn More)

(c)Currency Account to Trade Currency Derivatives (Learn More)

Process to Open an Account:

Step 1: Apply Online

Fill Out your Basic Details here to apply.

Once we receive your application, our Relationship Manager shall revert to you and take things forward for you seamlessly. Keep reading further to get a clearer picture beforehand itself.

Step 2: Fill Application Forms & Attach Documents

You can get ahead with the process by downloading the applications forms yourself and filling them.

Forms required to be filled for activating your account can be found under the Client Activation Tab on the Forms Page

Apply online and Send the filled forms to us at bd@acmlmail.com

Attach the necessary documents required in the checklist

Step 3: In-Person Verification

Your documents will be verified with its respective Originals either by the same relationship manager or another designated staff in person, as the case may be, to ensure the validity of the same.

Step 4: Call Verification

You will receive a call from us to verify your details.

Step 5: Account Activation

Considering the application forms and documents are to the standards, your account shall be activated within 4hours at the earliest or within a day, as the case may be.

Mutual Funds

What are Mutual Funds?

Mutual Funds are investment instruments that give the investor an option to accumulate their savings and create wealth. They are skillfully handled investment schemes where money from numerous investors are pooled by a Company (Asset Management Company-AMC) and invested in diverse instruments such as debt, equity and other money market securities. Learn More

How much time does it take start investing in Mutual Funds?

You can start your investments right away. Reach out to one of our branches or send in a mail to mf@acmlmail.com and start now!


Where do I Find the form or forms to open Account or client activation forms?

Go to our forms page and find them under the Client Activation Tab here

Where do I Find the form or forms to open mutual fund?

Go to our forms page and find them under the Mutual Funds Tab here

Where do I Find the form or forms to get Marginal Trade Fund or Loans Against Shares?

Go to our forms page and find them under the NBFC Tab here


What is Market Research or Analysis?

Depending on the position you have in the market, the kind of analysis you need to undertake also differs. It takes a considerable amount of time to reach a state where it becomes easier to operate in the Capital Market, but for investors in the market must focus on certain key attributes to be analyzed.

Types of Market Analysis or Research?

Analysis can be broadly divided into Fundamental Analysis and Technical Analysis. Learn more under the Capital Market Analysis Tab here

Where do I find Research Calls?

Our exclusive Research calls can be found in the Calls Page

Learning Classes, Training Classes and Seminars

How can I learn about the markets?

Learn with us, all about the markets, its instruments and what not. Explore

How do I apply for a training class or seminar?

Go to our Training Portal here. You can apply for classes that will enable you to learn to trade in a real-time practical environment, learn fundamental analysis, technical analysis and much more.

Margin Trade Funding & Loan Against Shares

What is Margin Trade Fund?

Margin Trade Funding (MTF) enables you to buy shares even if you unable to pay up the entire amount of money. You only need to pay a part of the total value of purchase of the scrip that you wish to buy and we will provide the balance amount. It is short-term loan facility that investors can avail from us at an agreed rate of interest to make up for the shortfall they may face while buying shares. The investor shall pay an interest for the marginal borrowing to buy shares. Learn more.

What is a Loan Against Share?

Loan Against Securities (LAS) is a term loan against marketable securities for a fixed period of time. You can avail the loan by simply pledging your shares. So go ahead and realize the full potential of your investments. Learn more.

How do I apply for a Margin Trade Fund or Loan Against Share?

Apply Here

Derivative Margin Span Files

Where do I find the Derivative Margin Files?

Find the Span files on this Page

Career, jobs or Employment at ACUMEN

How do I find a job opening in this company?

Go to our Opportunities Portal to find out all are available opportunities for you. Explore

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