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Our range of services include Post Office Schemes, Public Provident Fund, Fixed Deposit, Initial Public Offering, Portfolio Management Services and Mutual Funds.

Post Office Schemes
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Post Office Schemes

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These schemes are offered by the Government of India.
Safe, secure and risk-free investment options.
No Tax Deduction at Source (TDS).
Nomination facility is available.
Nomination can be changed at any time
The instruments are transferable to any Post Office anywhere in India.
Attractive rates of interest.

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Public Provident Fund
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  • Public Provident Fund - is a savings-cum-tax-saving instrument in India. It also serves as a retirement-planning tool for many of those who do not have any structured pension plan covering them. The account can be opened in designated post offices, State Bank of India branches and branches of some nationalised banks. ICICI Bank was the first private sector bank which was authorized to open PPF accounts. Eligibility
  • Individuals who are residents of India are eligible to open an account under the Public Provident Fund scheme. A PPF account may be opened under the name of a minor by his/her legal guardian. However, each person is eligible for only one account under his/her name.
  • Non-resident Indians (NRIs) are not eligible to open an account under the Public Provident Fund Scheme. However, if a resident, who subsequently becomes a NRI during the currency of maturity period prescribed under Public Provident Fund Scheme, may continue to subscribe to the fund until its maturity on a non-repatriation basis

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A fixed deposit - is a financial instrument provided by Indian banks which provides investors with a higher rate of interest than a regular savings account, until the given maturity date .
  • Usually in India the interest on FDs is paid every three months from the date of the deposit. (e.g. if FD a/c was opened on 15th Feb., first interest instalment would be paid on 15 May). The interest is credited to the customers' Savings bank account or sent to them by cheque. This is a Simple FD. The customer may choose to have the interest reinvested in the FD account. In this case, the deposit is called the Cumulative FD or compound interest FD. For such deposits, the interest is paid with the invested amount on maturity of the deposit at the end of the term.
  • Although banks can refuse to repay FDs before the expiry of the deposit, they generally don't. This is known as a premature withdrawal. In such cases, interest is paid at the rate applicable at the time of withdrawal. For example, a deposit is made for 5 years at 8%, but is withdrawn after 2 years. If the rate applicable on the date of deposit for 2 years is 5 per cent, the interest will be paid at 5 per cent. Banks can charge a penalty for premature withdrawal.
  • Banks issue a separate receipt for every FD because each deposit is treated as a distinct contract. This receipt is known as the Fixed Deposit Receipt (FDR), that has to be surrendered to the bank at the time of renewal or encashment.
  • Many banks offer the facility of automatic renewal of FDs where the customers do give new instructions for the matured deposit. On the date of maturity, such deposits are renewed for a similar term as that of the original deposit at the rate prevailing on the date of renewal.
  • Income tax regulations require that FD maturity precedes exceeding Rs 20,000 not to be paid in cash. Repayment of such and larger deposits has to be either by " A/c payee " crossed cheque in the name of the customer or by credit to the saving bank a/c or current a/c of the customer.

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  • An IPO (initial public offering) is referred to a flotation, which an issuer or a company proposes to the public in the form of ordinary stock or shares. They are generally offered by new and medium sized firms looking for funds to grow. However, it can be done by big privately-owned firms seeking to transform themselves into an openly traded firm.
  • The government of India has been playing proactive role in the real estate market by the commencement of the In an IPO the company may procure the support of the countersigned enterprise, which assists in establishing what kind of security to issue, competitive offering cost and the period in which it should be launched in market. An IPO can be an unsafe venture for it is tough for an investor to predict how the stock or share will perform on its first trading day and afterwards. Moreover, the historical information available with the company is not sufficient enough to analyze the performance of the stock in Indian market.
  • Most IPOs are of the firms that are undergoing through momentary growth duration, and they are hence entitled to auxiliary vagueness related to their future performance. While IPOs are effectual at raising revenues, being catalogued at a stock exchange demands immense authoritarian observance and treatment needs.
  • The Initial Public Offering assumes that the firm is a significant market presence, is flourishing and has the obligatory past record to raise assets in public equity market. If the firm later trades recently tendered shares once.

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Portfolio Management Services
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  • Portfolio Management Services (PMS) is a specialized service that offers a range of specialized investment strategies to capitalize on the opportunities in the market.
    Investing requires knowledge, time, and the right mind-set. This is besides constant monitoring.
  • PMS gives you professional managers who strategize to deliver you consistent returns keeping your risk appetite in mind. Every portfolio manager has a well-defined investment philosophy and strategy that acts as a guiding principle.
  • PMS relieves investor from all the administrative hassles of investments. You receive periodic reports on your portfolio performance and other aspects of your investments. Investments are tracked continuously to maximize returns.
  • In a PMS setup, your relationship manager defines your financial goals and advises you the right product mix. They give personalized service and ensure that you receive periodic updates and account performance reports.

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