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NSE organises 'Investor Fair' to augment fund raising through NSE’s SME platform

Published: Jul 13, 2017

By TIOLCORP News Service

NEW DELHI, JULY 13, 2017: India's leading and world's fourth largest stock exchange, the National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. (NSE) organized an 'Investor Fair' on July 8, 2017 in Ranchi, to inculcate the equity cult among entrepreneurs, investors and students in the city.

The NSE Investor Fair focused on three comprehensive themes, which highlighted benefits of fund raising through NSE's Small and Medium sized Enterprise (SME) platform 'NSE Emerge', on career options for students in the financial sector and investment opportunities in the stock market for investors.

There was active participation from member brokers, institutional financial advisors (IFAs), merchant bankers, chartered accountancy firms and Institutions who finance SME's.

The SME session was attended by entrepreneurs of Jharkhand in large numbers and was supported by the Federation of Jharkhand Chambers of Commerce, the Jharkhand Small Industries Association, CII Ranchi chapter as well as SIDBI, which has over the years been a key financier for SME's.