CSGL accounts are a demat form of holding government securities with the RBI, just as an investor can hold shares in demat form with a depository participant. Government Securities are largely issued as Stocks and held in demat form to the credit of the holder in the Subsidiary General Ledger account (SGL) maintained in the books of RBI. When these securities are held by the investor through an agent like PD or Bank the agent holds another SGL account...
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