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HDFC Securities Gets Vinod Sharma On Board

19 November, 2009

Brokerage firm HDFC Securities, a subsidiary of private sector lender HDFC Bank, has appointed Vinod Sharma as head of private broking and wealth management. He will be responsible for acquiring, holding private broking relationships and advising customers on wealth allocation and management. He will report to Aseem Dhru, MD and CEO of the firm. 

Prior to his appointment at HDFC Securities, Sharma was with Anagram Capital as whole time director and head of research based out of Ahmedabad. The company believes that Sharma’s experience in the capital markets for over two decades will help it grow and guide its private broking customers in a better way, said Dhru in a statement.   

With a diverse customer base of institutional and retail investors, HDFC Securities offers equity and derivative services in BSE and NSE to over 700,000 customers in India.

 


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