Jignesh Shah: The Tech Evangelist!

by Ankita Sehgal Freelance Blogger, Lives in New Delhi
63 moons technologies, earlier known as Financial Technologies India Limited, has been instrumental in creating and changing the landscape of various market segments and building global size and significance. Jignesh Shah’s FTIL and its various products in the Exchange space shattered the monopoly of the market and brought in futuristic innovation and solutions in the fin-tech industry. Jignesh Shah, a first-generation entrepreneur, had started from a scratch but soon became one of the biggest business tycoons this country has ever known.

Shah did not stop there, within a decade FTIL created more world-class exchanges that opened India’s routes for international trading and had a huge impact on the country’s overall GDP. Most of the market infrastructure that was created by Jignesh Shah was in Greenfield ventures with FTIL vision making each of these ventures into markets of national importance.

When FTIL was already operating at its peak, Jignesh Shah, further, landed with more initiatives like ODIN and Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) which gave India a new identity in global financial markets.

The growth story of Jignesh Shah is about empowering the people of India. The benefits of his companies have flowed back into Indian economy. FTIL’s products benefited lakhs of retail investors. FTIL created special programmes for rural entrepreneurs offering them best financial education programs and professional development opportunities with an emphasis on gainful economic opportunities for youth and women.

Considering the above, the FTIL group contributed a lot and it continues to contribute towards the economy and the growth of the country, which therefore makes it the true Make in India story.

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About Ankita Sehgal Advanced   Freelance Blogger, Lives in New Delhi

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