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National Stock Exchange of India

National Stock Exchange of India

Introduction
The National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) is India’s guiding stock exchange covering different cities and towns across the India. It was establish through guiding institutions to offer an advanced, fully automated screen-based trading system with domestic reach. On its recognition as a stock exchange below the Securities Contracts Act, 1956 in the year of April 1993, its commenced operations in the Wholesale Debt Market section in the year of June 1994.

National Stock Exchange of India Group
NSCCL
NCCL
NSETECH
IISL
DotEx Intl. Ltd.
NSE.IT

Associate/Affiliate Companies of National Stock Exchange of India
NSDL
NCDEX
PXIL

Technology of National Stock Exchange of India
Across the world, growths in information, communication and network technologies have made paradigm shifts in the securities market operations. Technology has enabled associations to build new sources of competitive benefit, bring about innovations in products and services, and to offer for new business chances.

Stock exchanges everywhere the global have realized the potential of information technology and have moved over to electronic trading systems, which are cheaper, have wider reach and offer a better mechanism for trade and post trade execution.

National Stock Exchange of India Research Initiative
In order to better market efficiency further and to set foreign benchmarks in the securities industry, NSE launched the National Stock Exchange of India Research Initiative with a view to grow an information base and a better insight into the functioning of securities market in the country.

Contact Details
National Stock Exchange of India Ltd
Exchange Plaza,
Plot no. C/1, G Block,
Bandra-Kurla Complex,
Bandra (E),
Mumbai – 400 051
India.

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