How to buy shares of Bank of India (BANKINDIA.NS) Tutorial guide

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Bank of India Limited offers various banking products and services. It operates through the Treasury Operations, Wholesale Banking and Retail Banking segments. The company accepts various deposit products, such as savings, salary, time savings, term and tax savings deposits. It also offers loans for housing, education, vehicles, personal, retirement and complementary, as well as loans for Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana and against property; home loans to NRI/PIO; overdraft against securities; loans against FCNR deposits; and loans for corporate clients and MSMEs. In addition, the company offers cash management services; commercial financing; online stock trading services; insurance products and services; mutual fund products; portfolio management services; credit, debit and prepaid cards; and remittances, online banking and payment, online income tax filing, and ATM and other kiosk services, as well as cards, loans, and services for rural customers. As of March 31, 2021, it operated 5,084 branches in India; and 24 branches and 1 representative office at the international level. The company was incorporated in 1906 and is based in Mumbai, India.

How to buy shares of Bank of India (BANKINDIA.NS) Tutorial guide

Do you want to learn how to buy shares of Bank of India (BANKINDIA.NS) in NSE safely and through a regulated and recognized broker? Are you interested in being able to invest your profits each month and earn interest on the stock market? With this guide I am going to show you how you can invest in degiro , a reliable Dutch investment broker with very low commissions, and how you can get your first share in Bank of India Limited (BANKINDIA.NS) (BANKINDIA.NS) easily. quick and easy.

The tutorial is simple :

  • The first step is that we are going to register in DEGIRO, a platform where we are going to buy shares of the company Bank of India Limited (BANKINDIA.NS) – (BANKINDIA.NS).
  • Now we will transfer funds and make our 1st investment.
  • When we finally have the funds, we will have to locate Bank of India looking for the Ticker, which is BANKINDIA.NS.
  • To finish, we only have to indicate the number of shares we want to buy, the purchase price and the type of order.

It is possible that the summary has not been a bit detailed for you, so I am going to show you the procedure with images.

How to register and invest in Degiro

As a first step we will register in Degiro through this link :

buy shares of Bank of India Limited (BANKINDIA.NS)

It will require an e-mail, a username and a pin code to access, and then we will continue using the link that they have sent us by email.

Soon degiro will ask us for some important information with which they will accept our official identification . We must have in hand our passport, national identity document or driving document, the mobile number and the bank account number that we will use to make our first deposit. If you do not understand what method this format is for, you can check this simple instruction post that we have created at Educacep .

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Once our account is verified, we can put money from the Enter / Withdraw option. We can proceed to carry out a bank transaction that will take more or less 2-3 days, or we can make the deposit quickly thanks to Sofort, a completely secure and 100% reliable payment gateway.

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How to buy Bank of India (BANKINDIA.NS) shares through DeGiro

When we already have the capital we will be able to acquire our first share. You can press the «Place order» button that is located in the corner or use the turn finder and put the ticker. In the following screenshot you will find that I have written the Amazon Ticker but you have to insert (BANKINDIA.NS), the Bank of India ticker. As we are talking about an action, we will observe that the related results are listed and there we will discover to find Bank of India. The fundamental thing is that the ticker, the name of the action and the market in which it is listed coincide. Amazon is listed on Nasdaq (NDQ) and in your case Bank of India Limited (BANKINDIA.NS) is listed on NSE. This step is very essential so do not get confused.

real time american stock market Bank of India

At the time of developing the order we have to be attentive to what I am going to explain to you . We will have the possibility to carry out a limit or market order. You think you want to get a share of Bank of India, but its price today is much higher. With this limit order we will enter the value at which we calculate to execute the purchase and until there are no shares selling at this value, the purchase operation of the share will not be executed. With a market order DeGiro will buy the number of shares that we have indicated at the currently selling price, which would be very close to the current trading price.

Closed Market Limit Order Bank of India Limited (BANKINDIA.NS)

In any case, it is essential that you pay attention to the type of alignment: fixed or of the day . For example, in Spain, the stock market price is in the morning and until 1 in the afternoon, and in the USA it corresponds to the afternoon schedule in Spain. If the order is fixed, it will be kept until the point where it can be executed, but if you choose the «of the day» option, at the end of the trading day, if it had not been carried out, it will be removed from your file from Activity – Orders in process.

I hope that this detailed article has helped you to buy shares in Bank of India. Thank you very much!

  Company information
  • Bank of India Limited (BANKINDIA.NS) Address: Star House 8th Floor, East Wing C-5, G Block Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (East) Mumbai 400051 India 91 22 6668 4444 – Website: http://www. bankofindia.co.in
  • Ticker: BANKINDIA.NS
  • Industry: Unknown
  • Industry: Banks
  • Number of employees: 51,459
  • Listed market: NSE

key executives

Name Title Salary exercised Year of birth
Mr. Atanu Kumar Das MD, CEO and Exec. director N/A N/A 1963
Mr Swarup Dasgupta GM Exec. director N/A N/A 1964
Mr. P. R. Rajagopal Exec. director N/A N/A 1967
Ms Monika Kalia Exec. director N/A N/A 1973
Mr. M. Karthikeyan Exec. director N/A N/A 1965
Mr Shankar Sen CFO N/A N/A 1974
Mr Chandran Mouli Assistant General Mang. N/A N/A N/A
Mr. Rajesh V. Upadhya Company sec. and compliance officer N/A N/A N/A
Mr Sheoji Ram Meena Gen. Mang. marketing / CMO / resource mobilization / third-party products N/A N/A N/A
Mr Sripad DS Carapurcar General Manager and Risk Director N/A N/A N/A

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