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It's a rapidly evolving digital age, and we offers you a truly modern, sensible personal loan option.

We are committed to fulfilling the lending needs of customers and businesses of Bharat through our AGILE operating model, advanced analytics and next-generation technology platforms. To achieve our vision, our talent is empowered to develop cutting-edge solutions in their domain while having access to several opportunities to advance their career across our organization.


If you are new to the stock market or don't understand all the stock market jargon floating around, we help you through the basics of the stock market, and understand our research products and trade online confidently.

  • 01 Apply and Open your demat account. Our customer care representatives will help you get started.
  • 02 Our representative will help you execute your First Trade.
  • 03 Do it on your own. Get access our research and start investing on your own.
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Who sells unlisted equity shares?

Existing shareholders of the unlisted company can sell unlisted equity shares. These can include Employees, Ex-employees, CEO, Promoters, Private Equity investors, and more.

What is the Difference between unlisted & delisted shares?

Unlisted shares shouldn’t be confused with Delisted shares. Both types of shares are completely different. While unlisted shares are those which are not listed on the stock exchanges yet, delisted shares are those which were once listed but dropped out from the listed shares category due to certain reasons. You can trade and invest in unlisted shares on OTC markets, but you cannot invest or trade any delisted shares. Delisted shares are not available on any platform whether it is formal stock exchanges or OTC.

Why Stock Brokers ask for power of attorney?

Power of attorney is a document giving legal authority to your stockbroker to operate your account as per instructions contained in it. Every time you sell shares, we use the power of attorney to debit the shares from your demat account and provide it to the exchange.

What are Unlisted Shares?

The shares which are not listed on the formal stock exchanges (BSE/NSE) are referred to as unlisted shares/ stocks. For instance, JIO has unlisted shares, OLA has it as well. Unlisted shares are riskier than listed shares as their liquidity is limited since it is not listed. They are less transparent but with more stable valuations.


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