Kishore Kar has been associated with Kotak Securities Limited (KSL) for almost 20 years and has advanced to become a business associate. KSL is a subsidiary of Kotak Mahindra Bank and is well-respected in the Indian financial services industry. Being associated with such a prestigious firm is a great accomplishment for him. He has gained valuable experience and knowledge in the stock broking industry and capital market in India as a dealer and business associate. This expertise would be extremely beneficial in offering advice and support to his clients and customers.
KSL is a well-established Indian stock brokerage firm that offers a range of investment services to its clients. KSL has partnered with brokerages in the US, providing its clients with direct access to US markets. With a strong research team and a robust digital trading platform, KSL processes a large volume of trades every day. In addition to equities, KSL offers investment options in derivatives, IPOs, commodities and mutual funds. Clients can trade stocks online, offline, or through the KSL stock trading app, which provides easy access to trading on the go. KSL also offers margin trade funding, depository services, and third-party products like insurance.
As a corporate member of the BSE and NSE, KSL has access to a wide range of investment opportunities in India. Additionally, as a depository participant with NSDL and CDSL, KSL is able to offer clients a convenient way to settle their trades using its depository services. Manage all your stock broking needs in one place – no more running around to keep track of your finances!
More than half the people are satisfied with Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government’s work on various fronts, a unique NDTV survey called ‘Public Opinion’ that examines nine years of PM Modi showed. Despite the Karnataka loss, the PM’s popularity remains strong, and BJP’s vote share remains stable. Over 55 per cent of the respondents — among over 7,000 people across 19 states and 71 Lok Sabha constituencies – said they were either fully or partially satisfied with the government’s work in the last nine years. 17 per cent of respondents said they were fully satisfied, and 38 per cent voted partially satisfied. 19 per cent said they were slightly disappointed, and 21 per cent said they were totally disappointed with the PM Modi-led work. Five per cent said they didn’t know.
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