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Registered in 1996, Hardik Fintrade Pvt. Ltd. (HFPL) is one of the Ahmedabad's largest independent stock brokers. The company is card holder of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the card of Central Depository Services (India) Ltd. (CDSL). The firm is also a member of Ahmedabad Stock Exchange (ASEL), and affiliated to ASE Capital Market Ltd. (Subsidiary of ASEL). Trust, reliability and approachability are the main pillars of our foundation and are primarily responsible for achieving excellence in broking services. HFPL's top management has combined wealth of experience of several years in the Indian financial markets, led by eminent board of directors.

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