Financial Technologies (India) Limited (FTIL) began its operations in 1995. Since then, world class establishments, such as Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX), DGCX, NBHC and Bourse Africa have been brought into existence by FTIL.


All these top-notch companies not only contributed hundreds of millions of dollars to the Indian GDP, they also created over a million jobs at home and abroad. Singapore, Bahrain, Dubai and Mauritius invited FTIL to develop their financial markets.

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FTIL’s tremendous growth ensured high returns to its 63k-plus shareholders. Ecosystem institutions and exchanges of the group have strong connection with the real economy. Thus generation of newer jobs and growth opportunities are always on the cards.


FTIL lays emphasis on skill development and knowledge management in particular. Their approach is highly effective in enhancing abilities of employees in relevant fields. The Group’s aim is not just job creation, but it also aims to create a supportive and competitive environment that provides plenty of room for growth.


The dogma of Jignesh Shah, founder of FTIL, overlaps the ideology of the company. As a big corporate house, FTIL understands its responsibilities towards the social and economic development of India.



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