A authorised partner or sub-broker is an agent of a SEBI-registered broking platform like Dhan
who works for a commission. According to NSE, a authorised partner is someone who doesn’t trade
themselves but executes trades on behalf of clients.
Think of a authorised partner in the stock market as someone who is tasked with:
Only a broking platform can charge brokerage fees. That’s why sub-brokers are paid commissions
through a profit-sharing model. That’s not all.
Opening a stock broking franchise also gives you access to the broker’s resources like the platform, trading APIs, and more. This can make your job as a authorised partner smooth and efficient.
An authorised partner's main job is to execute buy and sell trades for clients that will drive
business for the stockbroker. That’s why an authorised partner is known to act as a bridge
between the stockbroker and clients.
In exchange, an authorised partner will receive a commission that’s generally in the form of profit sharing. At the same time, an authorised partner can access the stockbroker’s resources ranging from their stock trading platform to features like APIs.
Becoming an authorised partner has monetary benefits along with ease of access. You get a
commission in exchange for bringing new clients to the stockbroker and executing their trades.
Here are the benefits of becoming a Dhan Authorised Partner:
Ready to roll? Become a Partner
These are the criteria for opening a sub-broker franchise in India:
You can become a Dhan Partner by filling out this form. As our partner, you'll have access to Dhan's lightning-fast features along with a dedicated partner dashboard for all clients and trades.