Mumbai : Stock exchange platform BSE on Saturday said it has opened its regional office in Shimla, marking its presence in 24 cities in the country to provide services to investors.
According to the BSE, the Investor Services Centre — set up in line with SEBI requirements — is part of its plans to expand its operations and meet the needs of the growing investors’ community.
“The office will facilitate query handling, redressal of grievances against trading members and arbitration mechanism,” the BSE said in a statement.
“In accordance with its plans to reach out to investors’ groups in tier-II and tier-III cities, the Investor Services Centre of the BSE aims to facilitate and provide infrastructure for the community.”
The stock exchange platform said investors can approach the centre to enhance their awareness regarding the capital market and in particular the working of the stock exchanges.
“The Investor Services Centre will also play a pivotal role in enhancing and maintaining investors’ faith and confidence by resolving their grievances,” the statement added.