DSPBR Online is an internet based online transaction service offered by DSP BlackRock Mutual Fund on its website www.dspblackrock.com for investors of the fund.
Online transaction facility is available to following categories of eligible investors:
These investors can request for a PIN for their folio, which will enable them to create a User Id and Password and facilitate transactions.
Non individual investors, like companies, trusts, societies, AoPs, can apply for a PIN and login to DSPBR Online.
However such customers will not be able to transact. Such customers will have a “view only” access and can view their latest portfolio and generate statements.
Following transactions are currently available on DSPBR Online Services:
Yes. In a same folio, you can transact online as well as by submitting a physical transaction at any of our official points of collections i.e. ISCs.
Existing Investors having a folio:
New Investors not having a folio:
PIN stands for Personal Identification Number and is issued upon an investor submitting a valid request by filling the relevant PIN form.
A separate PIN is issued for each folio held by the existing investor.
Just like separate bank accounts are treated differently, each folio is legally different even though the details may match. Hence you are issued separate PINs.
You can however map all your folios under one User Id. Please refer to our section on "Creating a User Id".
Click here to download the relevant PIN forms applicable to you.
Alternatively, Pre-Printed PIN forms are available at all offices of DSP BlackRock Mutual Fund. To locate our offices, please click here.
PIN form should be signed by the unit holders as per mode of holding.
If the mode of holding is ‘Single’ the sole holder has to sign.
If the mode of holding is ‘Joint’ all the unit holders have to sign in same order.
If the mode of holding is ‘Either or Survivor’, any of the unit holders can sign.
A PoA holder can also sign the PIN form on behalf of the unit holder/s, provided the PoA is already registered in the folio.
However, no separate PIN for the PoA holder is provided and the PIN will be sent to the first unit holder at the registered communication address.