SEBI Registration Numbers: BSE Clg Code-6374;  INB010965334 (BSE Cash);  INF010965334 (F&O);  INB020965333 (ASE Cash);  INE261314830 (MCX-SX Currency Derivatives)

About Us

Our company was incorporated in 1996, by promoters, Mr. Dev Aswani, Mr. Narain Aswani and Mr. Mahesh Aswani, all of who are directors of the company. Later in the year 2000, Mr. Suresh Aswani also joined HFPL as a director of the company.

Earlier,

Before the company came into existence, its promoters were engaged in brokerage business through a proprietary firm. Mr. Mahesh Aswani started the firm and offered services such as initial public offers and secondary market to its clients. The firm promoters were sub-brokers of the ASE and BSE.

There used to be a ring where saudas (transactions) took place through a OUT-CRY system. With the introduction of computerised transactions, many exchanges lost their trade volumes which resulted in closure of many of such stock exchanges including the ASEL. However, SEBI permitted extinguishing exchanges to form its subsidiaries and allow their members to trade through market platforms such as the BSE and NSE of India. Such an arrangement allowed HFPL to be affiliated to ASE Capital Market Ltd. (subsidiary of ASEL) and continue serving to its huge client base.

Now,

The company has acquired cards of BSE and CDSL (for demate services).

The company has large number of individual and corporate clients (6000+ as of November 2010). The company has three branches spread across the city and is planning for more branches in the nearby future.

The company also received best businessman award from All India Sindhi Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Why banks lose money when you swipe your card
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Guaranteed returns for golden years? Go for annuities
Rediff.com Personal Finance

How GST may burden employee benefits
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Eat less, feed the world : Rice tells India and China
Rediff.com Commodities

'Futures trading is not responsible for inflation'
Rediff.com Commodities

4 smart ways to save big when shopping online
Rediff.com Personal Finance

It makes sense to invest in gold now
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Car buyers get to pick and choose insurance
Rediff.com Personal Finance

In Q2, foreign investors sold $3.2 bn of Indian stocks
Rediff.com Personal Finance

India may ban food futures trading
Rediff.com Commodities

'The medium-term correction isn't over still'
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Is Exxon on a sticky wicket?
Rediff.com Commodities

Expect biofuel from grass soon!
Rediff.com Commodities

Banks, NBFCs are India's new m-cap kings
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Will Indian stock markets rise or fall? Track the FPIs
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Investors should look at large-cap stocks
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Indians, don't eat! Let US eat well!
Rediff.com Commodities

Another Green Revolution or people will starve
Rediff.com Commodities

Investors beware: Watch out for what your broker is up to
Rediff.com Personal Finance

'Wanna beat rice crisis, go for sweet potatoes'
Rediff.com Commodities

HardikGroup is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites.

Why banks lose money when you swipe your card
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Guaranteed returns for golden years? Go for annuities
Rediff.com Personal Finance

How GST may burden employee benefits
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Eat less, feed the world : Rice tells India and China
Rediff.com Commodities

'Futures trading is not responsible for inflation'
Rediff.com Commodities

4 smart ways to save big when shopping online
Rediff.com Personal Finance

It makes sense to invest in gold now
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Car buyers get to pick and choose insurance
Rediff.com Personal Finance

In Q2, foreign investors sold $3.2 bn of Indian stocks
Rediff.com Personal Finance

India may ban food futures trading
Rediff.com Commodities

'The medium-term correction isn't over still'
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Is Exxon on a sticky wicket?
Rediff.com Commodities

Expect biofuel from grass soon!
Rediff.com Commodities

Banks, NBFCs are India's new m-cap kings
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Will Indian stock markets rise or fall? Track the FPIs
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Investors should look at large-cap stocks
Rediff.com Personal Finance

Indians, don't eat! Let US eat well!
Rediff.com Commodities

Another Green Revolution or people will starve
Rediff.com Commodities

Investors beware: Watch out for what your broker is up to
Rediff.com Personal Finance

'Wanna beat rice crisis, go for sweet potatoes'
Rediff.com Commodities

HardikGroup is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites.

Copyright © 2010-2011 Hardik Fintrade Pvt. Ltd.
All Rights Reserved.

In case of any investor complaint contanct us on
hardikfin@hardikgroup.com

Website designed and developed by
Ni-square Analytics Pvt Ltd