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  1. 1. RAJIN RAJAN DCSMAT
  2. 2. ANGEL BROCKINGParent Company Angel GroupCategory Brokerage Houses, Consumer Financial ServicesSector Banking and Financial ServicesTagline/ Slogan Service truly personalized Unique retail-focused stock trading businessUSP model
  3. 3. STPSegment BrokerageTarget Group Urban and Rural Investors Complete Investment and Stock tradingPositioning Solutions
  4. 4. 1. EQUITYOnline Trading Three different online products tailored for traders & investors  Customized single screen Market Watch for multiple exchanges  Real-time rates  Flash news & intra-day calls  Intra-day & historical charts with technical tools  Online researchE-broking & back-office software training
  5. 5. 2.DERIVATIVES3. COMMODITIES Three different online products tailored for traders & investors Single screen customized Market-Watch for MCX & NCDEX with BSE & NSE Streaming quotes4. LIFE INSURANCE
  6. 6. 5. MUTUAL FUNDS Pan India presence Online and offline transaction facility Schemes from all major fund houses Latest MF News and Fund Manager views Latest New Fund Offers (NFO) Information and tools to help you select the right scheme Dedicated Customer Help desk 24×7 Web-enabled Client Back Office
  7. 7. 6. DEPOSITORY SERVICE Automated pay-in facility Access information – Anytime, Anywhere Quarterly demat statements with valuation Statements on demand View Demat A/C statement online Competitive transaction charges7. PMS8. CURRENCY TRADING9. INVESTMENT ADVISORY
  8. 8.  Account opening fees: Stock trading account - Rs 575/- Demat account - Rs 200/- Commodity trading - Rs 625/- Brokerage: If Initial margin cheque is more then 25,000 Intraday (Buy & Sell): Rs. 0.04% per trade* Delivery (Buy & Sell): Rs. 0.40% per trade* F&O (Buy & Sell) : Rs. 0.04% per trade* If Initial margin cheque is more then 50,000 Intraday (Buy & Sell) : Rs. 0.03% per trade* Delivery (Buy & Sell): Rs. 0.30% per trade* F&O (Buy & Sell): Rs. 0.03% per trade*
  9. 9.  If Initial margin cheque is more then 1,00,000 Intraday (Buy & Sell) : Rs. 0.02% per trade* Delivery (Buy & Sell) : Rs. 0.20% per trade* F&O (Buy & Sell) : Rs. 0.02% per trade* If Initial margin cheque is more then 3,00,000 Intraday (Buy & Sell) : Rs. 0.015% per trade* Delivery (Buy & Sell): Rs. 0.15% per trade* F&O (Buy & Sell): Rs. 0.015% per trade* If Initial margin cheque is more then 5,00,000 Intraday (Buy & Sell): Rs. 0.01% per trade* Delivery (Buy & Sell): Rs. 0.10% per trade* F&O (Buy & Sell) : Rs. 0.01% per trade*
  10. 10. STRENGTH WEAKNESS1. Innovative range of financial 1. Less penetration in rural areasproducts2. Known for transparent 2. Indians are mostly conservativefunctioning and prefer investing in Gold and land. Innovative I. T solutions forcustomers4. Emphasis on building strongerbond with customers
  11. 11. OPPORTUNITIES THREAT1. High purchasing power and 1. Stringent Economic measurespeople looking to more investment by Government and RBIopportunities2. Growing rural market 2. Entry of foreign finance firms in Indian Market3. Earning Urban Youth
  12. 12.  User friendly browser-based / application based online trading platform. Investors have different investment options like Equity Trading, F&O, Commodities, PMS, Mutual Funds, Life Insurance, Personal Loans, IPO and Depository Services available under one roof. The auto square off time is at 3:15 and an investor can buy up to 4 times the value in his account. Trading account can be linked with popular private banks like HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, UTI bank etc. Presence in 450+ cities Trading is available in both BSE and NSE.
  13. 13.  Online money transfer from trading account to bank account is not available: Trading account can be linked with popular private banks like HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, UTI bank etc. A trader can transfer money from his bank to the trading account online. But the reverse transactions are not yet available online. This means money, a trader gets after selling shares doesn’t get credited in his bank account directly. The trader has to call Angel Trade and request for the deposit. This takes couple of working days. This way angel trade is kind of behind with ICICIDirect where 3 accounts (Bank account, trading account and demat account) are connected so seamlessly that no manual interfere requires. In ICICIDirect, a trader gets the money back into his ICICI Bank account as soon as the trader settle down.
  14. 14.  Angelbrocking.com Angel Brocking Blog MBA Skool

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