KEDIA SHARES Group consists of following entities:

  • Kedia Shares & Stocks Brokers Ltd. (KSSB) having Membership of Capital Market & Derivative Market Segment of Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd. {BSE} and DP of Central Depository Services (India) Ltd. {CDSL}.
  • Kedia Shares & Stocks Brokers Ltd. (KSSB) having membership of Capital Market & Derivative Market Segment of National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. (NSE).

  • Kedia Commodity Services (KCS) having Membership of Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited (MCX).

At present KEDIA SHARES Group is providing Financial & Capital Market related services to around 5000 Clients through its Own Branches/ Sub-Brokers/ Business Associates.

Mr. Narendra Kedia the promoter of KEDIA SHARES Group started his career as a sub-broker of BSE in the year 1981. In the Year 1987 he acquired Membership of BSE as a proprietorship concern under the title “M/s Narendra Kumar B. Kedia”. Thereafter in the year 1997 the membership was corporatised under the name “ Kedia Shares & Stocks Brokers Ltd”.

Kedia Shares & Stocks Brokers Ltd acquired membership of Capital Market Segment of NSE in year 2000 & in the subsequent year i.e 2001 it also acquired membership of Derivative Segment of NSE.

To cater to the Demat services to its worthy clients KSSB joined hands with Central Depository Services (India) Ltd & became a DP of Central Depository Services (India) Ltd in the year 2005.

Kedia Commodity Services was floated in the year 2005 & it obtained membership of Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited (MCX) to provide services in the emerging commodity market.


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