5paisa in Media

  • Economic Times

    May 26, 2017

    Clients' idle money to slip out of brokerages' hands

    A cheap and easy source of funding for retail brokerages is set to dry up soon. Brokerages will not be allowed to use the money of clients to finance other trades from July 1, possibly triggering a sell-off in small-cap and penny stocks at that time.

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  • Business India

    May 22, 2017

    Stock-broking has re-engineered the way it provides services

    From an open outcry system to automated order processing, stock markets have got transformed in a big way over the years. Evolution essentially means synchronising with the times that are. And there is no better example of that than the Indian stock markets.

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  • Business Line

    Mar 10, 2017

    IIFL-backed 5paisa.com aims to add 50,000 customers next fiscal

    5paisa.com, an IIFL-backed company and low-cost online discount broker, plans to acquire 50,000 customers in 2017-18

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  • Afternoon News

    Mar 06, 2017

    5paisa Capital to list shares on bourses in next 3-4 months

    The IIFL-backed 5paisa Capital Ltd, one of the leading online financial services provider, has said it is set to list shares on bourses in next 3-4 months. "We plan to become the first discount brokerage firm to be listed on Indian bourses. IIFL Holdings decided to hive off 5paisa.Com and has already approached exchanges to demerge 5paisa Capital and list it on the exchange after completing the formalities in the next 3-4 months period," 5paisa Capital CEO Prakarsh Gagdani told PTI here.

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  • Financial Chornical

    Mar 06, 2017

    Uncertain Times also throw up Opportunity for investors

    Though the market is fairly priced with a forward price-earning (PE) ratio at 17-18 times, uncertain times offers opportunity for investors to make good returns as there are stocks, which will be available at attractive valuations.

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  • CNBC Moneycontrol

    Mar 05, 2017

    5paisa Capital to list shares on bourses in next 3-4 months

    "We plan to become the first discount brokerage firm to be listed on Indian bourses. IIFL Holdings decided to hive off 5paisa.com and has already approached exchanges to demerge 5paisa Capital and list it on the exchange after completing the formalities in the next 3-4 months period," 5paisa Capital CEO Prakarsh Gagdani told PTI here.

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  • Business Standard

    Mar 05, 2017

    5paisa Capital to list shares on bourses in next 3-4 months

    The IIFL-backed 5paisa Capital Ltd, one of the leading online financial services provider, has said it is set to list shares on bourses in next 3-4 months.

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  • Business Standard

    Mar 06, 2017

    About a quarter of dabba traders shift to organised trading platforms

    Fearing demonetisation-like action from the government and faced with intermittent raids by the market regulator, several dabba traders have shifted to organised trading platforms across the commodity, equity and currency sectors. Major beneficiaries of this shift are discount brokers, whose transaction costs are much lower than those of full-service brokers.

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  • DNA India

    Mar 05, 2017

    5paisa Capital to list shares on bourses in next 3-4 months

    The IIFL-backed 5paisa Capital Ltd, one of the leading online financial services provider, has said it is set to list shares on bourses in next 3-4 months.

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  • Financial Express

    Nov 10, 2016

    Online broker 5paisa.com to list on exchanges

    Online Broker, 5paisa.com, is likely to list on exchanges soon having filed its papers with markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi).

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  • Economic Times

    Nov 02, 2016

    5paisa going places, Street debut comes next

    5paisa.com, a unit of IIFL Group which was among the early entrants into online broking, will soon make its debut on the bourses.The financial services company, in which Canada-based billionaire Prem Watsa holds 31%, has decided to hive off 5paisa.com and list it as the concept of trading shares, buying mutual funds and insurance products picks up across the country.

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  • Gujarati Midday

    Apr 07, 2017

    The growing business of discount broking : 5paisa.com in upcoming times will make more than 50000 clients

    The CEO and director of 5paisa.com believes that in the year 2017-18, Discount Broker 5paisa.com will be able to make more than 50000 clients.

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  • Mumbai Samachar

    Mar 04, 2017

    Discount Broking 5paisa Turnover 1000Cr.

    concept of discount broking gaining popularity these days,this concept of discount broking in India fetched from US , as this discount broking concept received huge success in US. Online financial service Provider 5paisa.com estimated that in coming 3 year discount broking firm will contribute 30%-40% of total Retail Turnover

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  • Mumbai Samachar

    Mar 29, 2017

    Discount Broking 5paisa.com will bring diversification in finance sector

    India Infoline group company 5paisa.com is doing well in finance sector,company started in april 2016 has acquired almost 7,500 clients. In the year 2017-18 comapny estimates to acquire about 50,000 new clients.

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  • India Page

    Mar 06, 2017

    The 5paisa Advantage On Investments

    Winds of change have swept across the global financial landscape. The growing influence of technology on the financial marketplace has had an overpowering effect on the way financial products and services are bought and sold today.

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  • Dalal Street

    Nov 02, 2016

    IIFL holdings to list 5paisa.com

    Once listed, the online broking company will be the first company in the category to get listed. Canada-based billionnaire, Prem Watsa holds 31 per cent in the financial services company and is believed to be in favour of hiving off the 5paisa.com entity.

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  • Navbharat Times

    Nov 02, 2016

    5Paisa की शेयर मार्केट में जल्द होगी एंट्री

    ऑनलाइन ब्रोकिंग के शुरुआती दौर में ही इस सेगमेंट में कदम रखने वाली आईआईएफएल ग्रुप की यूनिट 5Paisa.com जल्द ही शेयर बाजारों पर एंट्री करेगी। फाइनेंशियल सर्विसेज कंपनी आईआईएफएल में कनाडा बेस्ड अरबपति प्रेम वत्स की 31 फीसदी हिस्सेदारी है। कंपनी ने 5Paisa.com नाम से अलग यूनिट बनाने और इसकी लिस्टिंग कराने का फैसला किया है क्योंकि शेयरों की ट्रेडिंग, म्यूचुअल फंड्स और इंश्योरेंस प्रॉडक्ट्स की खरीदारी का कॉन्सेप्ट पूरे देश में जोर पकड़ रहा है।

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  • Rediff Real Time

    Nov 02, 2016

    5paisa Capital to list shares on bourses in next 3-4 months

    The IIFL-backed 5paisa Capital Ltd, one of the leading online financial services provider, has said it is set to list shares on bourses in next 3-4 months.

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  • India Today

    Mar 05, 2017

    5paisa Capital to list shares on bourses in next 3-4 months

    Mumbai, Mar 5 (PTI) The IIFL-backed 5paisa Capital Ltd, one of the leading online financial services provider, has said it is set to list shares on bourses in next 3-4 months.

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  • Finance India

    Mar 06, 2017

    5paisa Capital To List Shares On Bourses In Next 3-4 Months

    The IIFL-backed 5paisa Capital Ltd, one of the leading online financial services provider, has said it is set to list shares on bourses in next 3-4 months..

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  • Shafaqna

    Mar 06, 2017

    5paisa Capital To List Shares On Bourses In Next 3-4 Months

    The IIFL-backed 5paisa Capital Ltd, one of the leading online financial services provider, has said it is set to list shares on bourses in next 3-4 months. We plan to become the first discount brokerage firm to be listed on Indian bourses. IIFL Holdings

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