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24 years of history in Indian Capital MarketGeojit BNP Paribas has 24 years of in-depth broking experience in the Indian C...
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24 years of history in indian capital market

  1. 1. 24 years of history in Indian Capital MarketGeojit BNP Paribas has 24 years of in-depth broking experience in the Indian Capital Market. More than 5,76,000 clients and over Rs 13,800 crores (as of 31st Dec ’2010) in Assets Under Management reflect the trust reposed in our expertise.<br />Pioneer in Online Trading in Feb. 2000 In the year 2000, Geojit BNP Paribas pioneered the simple concept of providing individuals with the facility to trade online. This revolution has given the company the first mover advantage in online trading. As a creative innovator, Geojit BNP Paribas uses advanced technology in online trading to meet client requirements such as customized online trading platforms and many other services.<br />Strong Shareholders Geojit BNP Paribas is backed by strong shareholders.In 2007, global banking major BNP Paribas joined the company’s other major shareholders - Mr. C.J.George, KSIDC (Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation) and Mr.Rakesh Jhunjhunwala – when it took a stake to become the single largest shareholder.<br />Wide range of productsGeojit BNP Paribas offers a wide range of trading and investment products and solutions. Certified financial advisors help clients to arrive at the right financial solution to meet their individual needs. The wide range on offer includes - Equities | Derivatives | Currency Futures | Custody Accounts | Mutual Funds | Life Insurance & General Insurance | IPOs | Portfolio Management Services | Property Services | Margin Funding | Loans against Shares<br />Attractive brokerage slabsWe provide value for money! To start with, we offer low online brokerage charges which further decrease automatically, as and when, your volumes increase.0.03 to 0.01 for intra-day trades0.30 to 0.10 for delivery trades Rs 75 to Rs 30 for F&O<br />Learn the craftYou too can develop your trading skills by availing of the effective guidance by our research department. We offer-<br />Daily mails delivered to our client’s mailbox on market conditions and recommendations<br />Technical analysis of BSE 200 Index scrips<br />Free monthly investment magazine<br />Services of professionally qualified executives at 540 offices across India.<br />Our strong research ideas have been instrumental in converting our clients into successful traders.<br />Multichannel service- Internet, Phone, Branch tradingTrade the way that you want to by selecting from multiple channel options- Internet, Phone or Branch.<br />First mover advantage Geojit BNP Paribas through its first mover advantage in different areas has been the first to serve investors with its innovative offerings.<br />1st to launch internet trading in the year 2000.<br />1st to launch integrated internet trading system for cash and derivative segments in the year 2002.<br />1st Indian stock broking company to commence domestic retail broking operations in any foreign country.<br />1st in the industry to have a global player offering its name thereby creating Geojit BNP Paribas.<br />1st to launch exclusive branches for women in 2005.<br />Our deep reachWe have a pan-India network of over 540 offices with industry certified executives and a dedicated Call Centre to provide you quality services.<br />Wide range of fund optionsGeojit BNP Paribas gives you the option to choose from the 700 plus Mutual Fund schemes offered by over 35 Asset Management companies such as SBI Mutual Fund, Reliance Mutual Fund, Franklin Templeton India Mutual Fund, Tata Mutual Fund, Sundaram BNP Paribas Mutual Fund, Fidelity Mutual Fund, and HDFC Mutual Fund.<br />BNP Paribas was one of the first banks to start a dialogue with India in 1860 begining operations in Calcutta (renamed Kolkata). In those days, the Bank was known as the Comptoir National d'Escompte de Paris (CNEP). We have since then spread our branches to eight key metros & mini metros and widened and enriched our product repertoire. Today, BNP Paribas is the second oldest foreign bank on the Indian soil and is positioned amongst the leading corporate banks in India.This historical association with India from her independence to liberalization has given BNP Paribas an unparalleled experience of the Indian economy as we have witnessed her grow at close quarters. Our integrity, consciousness and commitment to the business in India has bailed us out of the ‘cotton crisis' in 1865 and protected us from crashing during the depression of 1929-32 and again during the Second World War in 1940, and finally kept us away from the infamous scam of 1992. Today, many of India's top Corporates – both domestic and multinationals bank on us to meet their specialized corporate banking requirements. Besides, through our Private Banking offer we have also built lasting relationships with select high networth individuals in the country. While we are proud of our deep-rooted history in this country and the strong relationships that we have forged through our values we are continually changing to proactively prepare for the challenges that lie ahead.Our goalsBecoming the preferred banker and a trusted partner of our customers. Nurturing our employees with a rewarding and stimulating environment for personal and professional experience. Providing value consistently for our shareholders through profitable development and management of risk inherent to our business activities. Pledging ourselves to respect and maintain the highest standards of ethics and good corporate citizenship.Insisting on sustained quality by being a proactive, technology driven and innovative bank.Historical timeline of BNP Paribas in India<br />1860 - Comptoir National d'Escompte de Paris (CNEP) opens a branch in Calcutta (now Kolkata) at Fairlie Place<br />1862 - The Bombay (now Mumbai) branch opened at Rampart Row<br />1890 - Governor General of India passes the CNEP Act VII of 1890<br />1924 - Mumbai branch shifts in to new premises at Bombay House<br />1948 - The Calcutta branch, which had been closed since 1903, re-opens<br />1953 - Mumbai branch moves in to its own home in the French Bank Building, from where it operates to date<br />1960 - CNEP celebrates its centenary in India<br />1966 - CNEP and the BNCI merge giving birth to the BNP<br />1967 - Second branch opens in Kolkata at Posta Bazar<br />1968 - Branch network expands with new branches in Park Circus, Kolkata and Kalbadevi in Mumbai<br />1984 - New Delhi branch opens<br />1995 - Bangalore and Pune branches open<br />1996 - Ahmedabad branch opens<br />1998 - Chennai branch opens<br />2000 - The Bank celebrates 140 years in India and at BNP group level, becomes BNP Paribas; Processing Centre set up in Mumbai to integrate all back office operations<br />2001 - A Memorandum of Understanding is signed between Cardif and State Bank of India for a joint venture in life insurance<br />2005 - BNP Paribas India Solutions set up to provide off-shore IT solutions and as a Business Process Outsourcing Centre<br />2007 - BNP Paribas picks up a stake in Geojit marking its foray into retail broking- Second joint venture with Sundaram in the area of home loans- Arval India commences operations- Joint venture with SREI in the area of infrastructure equipment finance<br />2008 - BNP Paribas Securities India is set upBNP Paribas Real Estate comes into being<br />2009 - BNP Paribas increases stake in Geojit and company changes name to Geojit BNP Paribas Financial Services- BNP Paribas Sundaram Global Securities Operations and Sundaram BNP Paribas and Services commence operations<br />

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