2nd Annual Private Wealth Management Summit

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Independent Financial Advisors have provided yeoman’s service in channelizing household savings into financial instruments for achieving investor’s long term goals to the Indian investors. The financial markets have witnessed huge volatility and dramatic changes in recent years. The Securities and Exchange Board of India has been periodically bringing in regulations in order to promote and protect the interest of the Indian Investors. In consonance with the intent of SEBI, as an Industry the IFA’s need to rise to the occasion and come together on a common platform to proactively interact with the policy makers and to educate and empower the members to render proper service to the ever growing investor class in India.

Keeping the above objective in mind, “Foundation of Independent Financial Advisors” (FIFA) – was set up as a not for profit company under section 25 of the Companies Act, 1956. The foundation has received its Certificate of Incorporation on 15th February 2012. We also do Financial Literacy and Investors Awareness programs across the length and breath of the country.

At FIFA we conduct educate and empower the members to render proper advice and service to the ever growing investor class in India. FIFA endeavors to add reactivate the IFA's who has left the field and to add 1,00,000 new IFAs across the country to cater to the needs of the investors. As affluence increases people look out for different investment avenues and guidance...MFs are one of the best way of wealth creation from a smallest investor to the richest investor.

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Banking Finance, which has entered into 31st year of successful & regular publication, is the most popular journal on Banking and Financial Industry in India.

The journal covers informative articles & features on Banking, Finance, Reserve Bank, Industry News, Taxation, Mutual Fund, Stock Market, Housing, Statistics etc. A special emphasis is given RBI Regulations and notifications. The journal also covers interviews of distinguished personalities from the industry.

Our portal http://www.bankingfinance.in on Banking and Financial Indsutry is also very popular and its viewership is growing rapidly.

Most big things start small. And that applies to the DSIJ Company as well. Starting off as a 12-page cyclostyled stapled booklet in 1986, Dalal Street Investment Journal (DSIJ), the flagship product of the company, soon began to be looked upon as the gospel of stock market investing. Indeed, it has been a remarkable and rewarding journey so far!

As a matter of fact, DSIJ is elder to SEBI (1992), NSE (1992), online trading (1995), Demat (1996), internet trading (2000), etc. It is this vast experience, study and toughening during all kinds of scams and markets ups and downs that gives DSIJ an unbiased balanced insight about the several unfolding events without getting swayed by temporary and misleading populous excitement.

Today, DSIJ’s bouquet of products and services find their place in the country’s most sought after and most respected financial and investment products. Registered with SEBI (Registration No. NA000001142) as an investment advisor, member of Indian Newspaper Society (INS) and member of Press Information Bureau of India (PIB), we at DSIJ take pride of having played a very important role and having done our bit towards the growth of the financial and capital markets of our country since the 1980s. And as our vision states, we are using this wealth of information and experience to democratize and provide opportunities for people at large to create, enhance and protect their wealth.


Family Office Magazine is a widely distributed and visually stunning magazine that is a premier gateway to the Family Office and HNWI International Community. The publication is an authority on Family Office news and has contributions and articles from some of the Worlds most prominent Family Offices, Private Banks and Wealth Management Firms.
Some sample issues on their website - www.familyofficemag.com
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The Free Press Journal (Mumbai) has been the favourite newspaper for lakhs of readers over the last 9 decades. Over the years the newspaper has reinvented itself to keep pace with contemporary trends and changing dynamics of the market. But even in the ever-changing milieu, one thing has remained constant-the FPJ has always been perceived as a city paper that is anchored in Mumbai’s ethos.

A wholesome newspaper, it gives unalloyed news, incisive analysis and bold editorials to the ever-discerning readers in all age brackets and income groups. And all these for just Rs. TWO! Which is very reasonable and less than scheme price offered by other standard newspapers. No wonder the FPJ is the unanimous choice for the business and trading community keen to catch up with tenders, court notices and corporate advertorials- of both private and public sector undertakings.

Caproasia.com is a leading source of information, data, research and resource for financial professionals in Asia. Collectively, they manage more than $20 Trillion assets in Asia in Private Banking, Wealth Management, Multi-Family Office, Family Office, Fund Management, Asset Management, Insurance, Private Equity and Hedge Funds.

More than 14,000 leading Wealth & Investment Professionals in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, China, United Kingdom and United States visit caproasia.com every month.

TradeBriefs produces 14 daily e-newsletters that go out to an opt-in audience of 1 million subscribers in corporate India. This includes over 100,000 in top management at various companies. We have the attention of these CXOs due to our content and we use that to help generate high-quality leads for businesses. We do so for IBM, Gartner, SAP, The Economist, Godrej and hundreds of other clients.