Central Depository Services (CDSL), which is the only publicly traded depository in Asia, on Monday reported a marginal 4% on-year growth in net income at Rs 92 crore in the April-June quarter FY24.

Total income of the city-based company, which was also the first in the category to go public, rose 8% on-year to Rs 170 crore during the reporting quarter. On a consolidated basis, income rose 19% to Rs 174 crore, fetching a net income of Rs 74 crore, which was more than 28% over the trailing 12 months period, the company said in a statement.

The 25-year-old company became the first depository to register over 9 crore demat accounts in July 2023, up from 8.82 crore at end June — an addition of around 52 lakh accounts in Q1, said Nehal Vora, managing director and chief executive.

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CDSL along with its subsidiaries provides a host of services to the financial intermediaries and markets, which include CDSL Ventures offering KYC registration for share registration and transfer; CDSL Insurance Repository; and CDSL Commodity Repository.