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Nirmal Bang Securities Pvt.

Ltd
People are Our greatest asset. Drawn from a diversity of professional backgrounds, their blend of
experience, skill and dedication is shared with all our clients.
Innovative and enthusiastic. We emphasize adequate, thorough research local and world-wide
developments, balancing these with the astute discovery of intrinsic values, synergies and
growth.
Simply to help you maximize your returns. Your interests no matter how big or small - come
first.
Comprehensive and available to meet every investment financial need.
To provide service, par excellence and become your spirit of change.
Company Overview Nirmal Bang Financial Services Pvt Ltd is a RBI registered Non Banking
Finance Company which offers margin funding facility to its clients. Product Overview Margin
funding allows the investors to take leverage positions in the stock market, client has to pay
margin of 35 % to 50% depending upon the scrip and rest is funded by us. To put it simply, for
example in case of scrip prescribed for 35% margin, if client pays cash margin of Rs.35,000/-, he
can buy shares of Rs.100000/- and funding by us would be of Rs.65000/-.Margin can be
provided in cash as well as approved securities.
Scrips: Funding only against approved securities as per the list approved by the management
from time to time. Click here to View the Approved List.. Benefits

Corporate Action benefits like bonus, dividend etc continue to accrue to the borrower.

Any appreciation in the value of the Securities given as margin would automatically
allow enhancement in drawing power.

Interest will be calculated on the amount utilized & the actual period for which it is
utilized.

Clients can view their financial statement and holdings online.

Risk Monitoring System In case of shortfall in the margin the client has to follow the prescribed
norms and replenish the short margin or else the shares would be liquidated to the extent of the
shortfall. Documents Requirement A) Individuals
1. Client has to open a bank account with Axis Bank and Demat account with Nirmal Bang
Securities Pvt Ltd both under POA with us.
2. Loan agreement to be duly filled up and signed therein.

3. Copy of PAN card


4. Copy of Address Proof
5. Two passport sized photographs
6. Copy of latest two years ITRs
7. Two Post dated cheques , one for principal & other for interest in the name of Nirmal
Bang Financial Services Pvt Ltd
8. Cheque of Rs 600 towards the loan documentation charges
9. Cheque of Rs 6000/- in favour of Axis bank for maintaining minimum balance, this
cheque will be credited in clients Axis bank a/c only
B) Company All documents as mentioned in point no 1 to 8 in case of individual are required.
Additional documents to be collected are:
1. Copy of annual report of last two years
2. Memorandum and article of association
3. List of directors
4. Two photographs of all the directors.
5. Board resolution on letter head of the company
6. Cheque of Rs 11000/- in favour of Axis bank for maintaining minimum balance, this
cheque will be credited in clients Axis bank a/c only
Kindly note

All documents should be self attested

All Photographs and signatures should match with the proof given

Additional documents need to be submitted in case of any discrepancy is noticed.

Portfolio Management Services (PMS)-Cultivating a taste for success Investing is no longer a


means to save the extra income earned, but has become an essential ingredient of high living.
PMS, as a product category, is designed to help clients navigate the increasingly tough and
uncertain terrain of the investment world with total ease and equanimity. Concentrated calls
taken by professionals who have the experience of negotiating a number of market cycles over

the years, help investors both defend their investments/savings and consistently perform better
than the markets. Thus, Nirmal Bang PMS offers the vehicles for a comfortable and smooth
journey to wealth creation in the investment arena. We have plans for a range of products,
occupying various positions along the risk-return matrix, thus catering to the needs of clients
with different approaches to investing. In continuation with the tradition of delivering quality
with sincerity at Nirmal Bang, this marks yet another step towards becoming a complete
financial solutions provide

Investing in the stock market requires in-depth analysis of the scrip and the companies and the
business that they are involved in. Retail investors seldom have the time and expertise to analyse
stocks.
In India, Mutual funds come to the rescue of such investors. All wary investors know that the
best way to make money is to involve in stock market investing and buying Indian mutual funds.
Mutual Funds in India comprise of a group of investors come together and create a corpus which
in invested in the stock market by a fund manager. Thus, the investors can depend on the
expertise of the fund manager in order to maximise the returns on their mutual fund portfolio.

In India, Mutual Funds invest in different securities subject to the investment objective as set
forth in the prospectus. The prospectus is a legal document under SEBI laws and contains a lot of
information about the mutual fund.
Investing in mutual funds in India has many benefits:
o The expertise of the fund manager of the AMC that manages mutual funds money in
India helps the investor to maximise the profits on the amount invested in the mutual
fund.
o Indian Mutual Funds invest money in a widespread basket of shares and equities,
depending on the nature of the Fund and switch investments to different securities
depending on the Equity market conditions
o In India, Mutual funds are an easy and cost efficient way of investing along with tax
benefits.
There are many kinds of mutual funds available for the investors to choose from.

Sector Specific Mutual Fund

Large/Small/Mid cap Mutual Fund

Index Mutual Funds

Here is some information on companies that would enable you to invest in some of the best
mutual funds in India:
o SBI Mutual Fund
o Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund
o Reliance Mutual Fund
o Tata Mutual Fund
o Sundaram BNP Paribas MutualFund
o Fidelity Investments Mutual Fund
Commodity Market in India
A commodity may be defined as a product or material or any physical substance like food grains,
processed products and agro-based products, metals or currencies, which investors can trade in
the commodity market. One of the characteristics of a commodity is that its price is determined
as a function of its market as a whole. Well-established physical commodities are actively traded
in spot and derivative commodity market. Commodities actually offer immense potential to
become a separate asset class for market-savvy investors, arbitragers and speculators. Retail
investors, who claim to understand the equity market, may find commodity market quite tricky.
But commodities are easy to understand as far as fundamentals of demand and supply are
concerned. Retail investors should understand the risks and advantages of trading in commodity
market before taking a leap. Historically, prices of commodities have remained extremely
volatile.
The gradual evolution of commodity market in India has been of great significance for the
country's economic prosperity. The commodity futures exchanges were evolved in 1800 with the
sole objective of meeting the demand of exchangeable contracts for trading agricultural
commodities. For example, the cotton exchange located at Cotton Green in Mumbai (then
Bombay) was the one of the first organised commodity market in the country.
A commodity market is a market where various commodities and derivatives products are traded.
Most commodity market across the world trade in agricultural products and other raw materials
(like wheat, barley, sugar, maize, cotton, cocoa, coffee, milk products, pork bellies, oil, metals,
etc.) and contracts based on them. These contracts can include spot prices, forwards, futures and
options on futures. Other sophisticated products may include interest rates, environmental
instruments, swaps, or ocean freight contracts.
Commodities exchanges usually trade futures contracts on commodities, such as trading
contracts to receive a particular commodity in physical form. Speculators and investors also buy

and sell the futures contracts at commodity exchanges to make a profit and provide liquidity to
the system.
The Indian commodity market offers a variety of products like rice, wheat, coal, petroleum,
kerosene, gasoline; metals like copper, gold, silver, aluminum and many more. There are some
commodities such as sugar, cocoa, and coffee, which are perishable, so cannot be stocked for
long time. These days, a wide range of agricultural products, energy products, perishable
commodities and metals can be sold under standardised contracts on futures exchanges
prevailing across the globe. Commodities have gained importance with the development of
commodity futures indexes along with the mobilisation of more resources in the commodity
market.
India has around 25 recognised commodity future exchanges including three national-level
commodity exchanges. They are:
1. National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Limited (NCDEX)
2. Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited (MCX)
3. National Multi-Commodity Exchange of India Limited (NMCE) All these exchanges are
under the control of the Forward Market Commission (FMC) of Government of India.

National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Limited (NCDEX) located in Mumbai is a public
limited company incorporated on April 23, 2003 under the Companies Act, 1956 and
commenced its operations on December 15, 2003.This is the only commodity exchange in the
country promoted by national level institutions like ICICI Bank Limited, Life Insurance
Corporation of India (LIC), National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD)
and National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE India). It is a professionally managed
online multi-commodity exchange. It is a technology driven de-mutualised on-line commodity
exchange with an independent Board of Directors and professional management.
Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited (MCX) in Mumbai, is also an independent and demutualised exchange recognized by the Government of India. This commodity exchange which
started operations in November 2003 has above 40 commodities on its platform and has a market
share of around 80% in the Indian commodity market. Key shareholders of MCX are Financial
Technologies (India) Ltd., State Bank of India, Union Bank of India, Corporation Bank, Bank of
India and Canara Bank. This commodity exchange facilitates online trading, clearing and
settlement operations for commodity futures market across the country.
National Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited (NMCE) is the first de-mutualized,
Electronic Multi-Commodity Exchange to be formed in India. On 25th July, 2001, it was granted
approval by the Government of India to organise trading in the edible oil complex. It started

operating in the commodity market from November 26, 2002. NMCE is the only Exchange in
India to have investment and technical support from commodity relevant institutions like Central
Warehousing Corporation Ltd., Gujarat State Agricultural Marketing Board, Neptune Overseas
Ltd, National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India (NAFED), Gujarat AgroIndustries Corporation Ltd. (GAICL), Gujarat State Agricultural Marketing Board (GSAMB) and
the National Institute of Agricultural Marketing (NIAM).
As compared to other markets in the last ten years, commodity market has performed relatively
better than other markets like bonds , equity or currency. However, the participation in future
trading in Indian commodity market is very low as compared to other countries as there is lack of
knowledge about this market to the investors and traders. It is not for mere trading purpose;
commodity trading is also used for hedge against inflation, price discovery of the commodity and
also as a sound investment.

Nirmal Bang Securities Pvt. Ltd. : BSE SEBI Regn. No. : INB011072759 / BSE FNO Regn.
No. : INF011072759 BSE Currency SEBI Regn. No: INE011072759 NSE Regn. No. :
INB230939139 / NSE FNO Regn. No. : INF230939139 NSE Currency SEBI Regn. No:
INE230939139 MCX-SX Regn. No. INE260939139 Nirmal Bang Commodities Pvt. Ltd. :
MCX Member ID : 16590 / MCX FMC Regn. No. : MCX/TCM/CORP/0490 NCDEX Member
ID : 00362 / NCDEX FMC Regn. No. : NCDEX/TCM/CORP/0075 NCDEX SPOT Member ID :
10084 ICEX membership ID : 1165 / ICEX Regn. No. : 1165

Nirmal Bang caters to the need of customers across India through a network of offices
encompassing almost every Indian states. You can locate branch near you...