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Face Value


Total Share


Total Income

₹1,39,943.00 L

Profit After Tax

₹70,319.00 L







Market Capitalisation

₹28,379.84 Cr

Enterprise Value

₹20,577.84 Cr

Intrinsic Value


Earnings Yield

2.48 %




Investment banking & Brokerage


Upcoming IPO

Cashflow - Operations

-₹93,712.00 L

Cashflow - Financing

₹80,784.00 L

HDFC Securities Growth

Compounded Sales Growth

  • 62.30%

    1 Year

  • 34.75%

    2 Year

  • 20.49%

    3 Year

Pro Only

Compounded Profit Growth

  • 83.06%

    1 Year

  • 46.18%

    2 Year

  • 26.94%

    3 Year

Pro Only

Return On Equity

  • 51.56%

    1 Year

  • 31.47%

    2 Year

  • 29.50%

    3 Year

Pro Only

About HDFC Securities

  • HDFC Securities Limited is a financial services intermediary and a subsidiary of HDFC Bank. It is a Mumbai-based company and was founded in 2000.
  • It is one of the leading stock broking companies in India with experience of more than 20 years. 
  • HDFC Securities Ltd is a stockbroking and distribution arm of the HDFC group. Its operations include Stock Broking and Distribution of various financial products. It is a corporate member of both the BSE and the NSE. 
  • The company had 216 branches across 159 cities/towns across the country and also has multiple digital platforms to enable its customers to have easy access to its products.
  • Company provides the option to trade with via multiple platforms, namely online, mobile, telephone or through any of company branches.

  • HDFC Securities Revenue Segmentation

  • Broking
  • Distribution
  • Interest on Loan
  • Interest Income
  • Other Income
  • HDFC Securities Product & Services

  • Broking
  • Distribution
  • Loans
  • Insurance
  • Smallcase
  • Investment portfolio service
  • Research advices
  • Fixed income investment products
  • Currency trading platform
  • Demat and trading Account
  • HDFC Securities Assets

Assets of the company includes Vehicles, Furniture and fixtures, Office equipment, Computer hardware, network and services, Building on lease, Electricals, Office premises. 

  • HDFC Securities Industry Overview

Industry Statistics

  • Indian brokerage industry has been undergoing structural shift from percentage led business model to flat brokerage & subscription based model.
  • Broking industry has seen lot of changes and evolvement in past decade, led by disruptions from discount brokers, buoyancy in equity markets, digitalization and increased interest among various investor groups.
  • India’s stock market penetration, in terms of investors, is substantially lower at ~1-2% of the population as compared to ~20% in developed market, leaving lot of room for growth.
  • The brokerage market was valued at INR 135.0 Bn in FY 2016. In FY 2020, it reached INR 210 Bn from INR 195 Bn in FY 2019, expanding at an annual growth rate ~7.69%. 
  • As per information from the National Stock Exchange (NSE), the top 20 brokerage houses together accounted for about 84 per cent of overall active client accounts as of December 2020, up from 75 per cent as of March 2020 (57 per cent as of March 2019).
  • Digitization of the broking industry has brought technology-based benefits to investors, as cloud-based systems and IT enabled applications that form the broking industry’s backbone for those who are increasingly looking for easy-to-use, secure and hassle-free trading platforms. The digital transformation of the Indian broking industry accelerated in 2020 & 2021.

Future Prospects

  • Indian stock broking industry is expected to clock a healthy growth on an aggregate basis, small-and-mid-sized brokerage companies are expected to face greater operational and funding challenges, which could have a bearing on their performance in terms of growth and profitability.
  • In September 2020, Kuvera (an online platform for mutual fund investments in India) partnered with Vested Finance, to allow investors on its platform to buy US stocks.
  • In August 2020, stockbroking firm Axis Securities had also launched a platform to invest in US stock markets, partnering with Vested Finance.
  • Low-cost trading, deeper penetration of smartphones, faster internet, and simplification of trading applications will make it possible for an increasing percentage of people across age groups to trade with ease. 
  • India is expected to be the fourth largest private wealth market globally by 2028.

HDFC Securities Awards & Achievements

  • 2019: Enterprise Mobility - BFSI Digital Innovation Awards 
  • HDFC securities ranked ad India’s most attractive brands in the retail broking category
  • 2018: India’s most ethical company in financial services award by world CSR congress 
  • 2018: Winner of the Economic Times BFSI Innovation Tribe awards for conversational investing.
  • 2017: Winner in "Retail Broking" category by Outlook Money
  • 2016: Runner up in the "Best e-brokerage House" category by Outlook Money
  • 2015: Runner up in the "Best e-brokerage House" category by Outlook Money
  • 2014: Zee Business – India's Best Market Analyst Award 2014 under Equity Banking
  • 2014: "Best Financial Markets Technology Implementation of the Year" award by The Asian Banker
  • 2013: Runner up in the "Best e-brokerage House" category by Outlook Money
  • 2012: Runner up in the "Best e-brokerage House" category by Outlook Money
  • 2011: "Largest e-brokerage house" by BSE-Dun & Bradstreet
  • 2010: Runner up in the "Best e-brokerage House" category by Outlook Money

HDFC Securities Strengths

  • HDFC Securities Ltd is a part of the HDFC Group and enjoys the benefit of its brand name.
  • During the fy20-21, the total income of the company is INR 1,399 Cr. as against INR 862 Cr. in the previous year recording a growth of 62.3%.
  • For the last 2 years, the company’s revenue has been increasing with a CAGR of 34.8%.
  • HDFC provide Integrated 3-in-1 account sol.(banking, broking, and demat accounts). This makes HDFC extremely convenient trading platform.
  • It provides facility of Investment in IPOs, Mutual Funds, GOI Bonds, Insurance and Postal Savings Schemes all from one website.

HDFC Securities Shortcomings

  • Company’s borrowings have increased, in comparison to FY20, primarily due to its expansion plans.
  • HDFC Sec brokerage is very high and not negotiable. It makes investors to switch to other platforms.

HDFC Securities Opportunities

  • Many people from tier 1 and tier 2 cities are looking to invest in the stock market and the company can target these new customers and increase its penetration in the market.
  • Company can use digital solutions for business/collections this will improve efficiency and reduce cost of operations.
  • India’s stock market penetration, in terms of investors, is substantially lower at ~1-2% of the population as compared to ~20% in developed market, leaving lot of room for growth.

HDFC Securities Threats

  • There is an increase in competition from other new-age companies like Zerodha and Upstox.
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