We are registered members of leading national exchanges for our equity broking activity both in the cash and derivative segment viz. BSE, NSE and MCS-SX. Ajcon Global has a strong presence on both the institutional broking and retail broking front. Our Equity Broking team consists of Marketing Professionals, Customer Support team, dealers and risk managers who constantly endeavor their efforts to support/assist both the institutional and retail clients.
Ajcon Global is empanelled with more than 25 leading banks and institutions to execute their secondary market transactions. We are empanelled with Allahabad Bank, Andhra Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Can Robeco Fund, Canara Bank, Central Bank of India, Corporation Bank, IDBI, Indian Overseas Bank (IOB), Indian Bank, Life Insurance Corporation, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Punjab National Bank (PNB), SBI – DFHI, SBI Pension Fund, SIDBI, State Bank of Hyderabad, Syndicate Bank, Taurus Mutual Fund, UCO Bank, Union Bank, United Bank of India, UTI Mutual Fund and host of other banks and mutual funds for their secondary market operations.
Ajcon Global has a strong base of retail clients which include, HNI’s and Ultra HNI Clients who are loyal customers developed over the years through our dedicated services. We provide value added services in broking to investors and traders through our network of dedicated experienced dealers across the country and through our comprehensive website - www.ajcononline.com. The Company is proud to be associated with Bank of India (BOI) as online trading partner for the equity market operations of their customers. To cater to the needs of Bank of India customers, we have developed an online trading portal www.pyarapaisa.com.
Equity Capital Markets In India
Indian markets have been continuously evolving and undergoing rapid consolidation driven by increased trading volumes, increased regulation, customer sophistication, availability of better technology , increased back-office requirements and value added services. As a result, significant changes have been introduced to strengthen risk management systems. After witnessing a down fall in 2008 to the levels of Sensex at 8,500 and Nifty at 2,500, the Indian Equity Markets have rallied again to hover to their peaks in 2013 i.e. the Sensex at 20,000 and Nifty at 6,000.
Foreign Participation: FII investments in India have increased significantly over the last few years. FII registrations with SEBI have increased from 1219 as on 2007-2008 to 1759 as on 2012-2013.
Net FII inflow in the Equity Markets of India is as follows: (Rs. In Crores)