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About GCM Securities
GCM Securities Limited was incorporated on May 2, 1995 as a Public Limited Company. The company is promoted by Mr. Inder Chand Baid, Mrs. Saroj Baid, Mr. Manish Baid, Mr. Samir Baid and Global Capital ... Market & Infrastructures Limited. GCM Securities is currently engaged in the business of equity broking. The company become the member of National Stock Exchange and started the stock broking operation on the NSE platform after obtaining SEBI Registrarion as Trading Member in October 1995. The company was mainly into retail broking at the time of starting the stock broking operations. Subsequently with the introduction of the Future and option segment into the Indian capital market the company became Self Clearing Member under F & O Segment in the year 2007. Post this development its focus was mainly shifted to HNI clients. In the year 2010 the company further decided expand its area of activities and decided to take the membership of Bombay Stock Exchange. Currently, the company is member on both capital market segment and F&O segment. The company has been successful to create a niche for itself in the select HNI segment also. The company is providing trading services in Equity and Future & Options segment. It has membership in the cash and future and options segments of both BSE and NSE. Read More
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