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Published in Banking & Finance Monday, 22 May 2017 17:00




Federal Bank in association with Geojit has launched a new trading platform for its customers. The platform, which is named ‘Selfie’, is designed & managed by M/s Geojit. In an event held at the Bank’s corporate office,  Jose K Mathew, Head – Retail Business, Federal Bank and Sathish Menon, Executive Director, Geojit Financial Services Ltd unveiled the new trading platform in the presence of  Sunny N V, General Manager & Zonal Head, Ernakulam, A Balakrishnan, Managing Director, Geojit Technologies (P) Ltd, Babu V.K Head DP Division, Federal Bank.
The trading platform gives its users absolute control over their investments with timely research inputs to make sound investment decisions. The tablet edition of selfie for Android and IOS users is available in app stores for download.
Features of SELFIE Trading Platform
•    Uniform experience across multiple platforms and devices (Phones, Tabs, Ipad, iphone and Mac, Windows etc)
•    Advanced Charting platform which enables a user to Trade directly from Charts
•    Real time movements of shares and funds makes the platform more attractive
•    Equipped to cater to different segments ie; cash, derivatives, bonds, Mutual funds etc
•    Different modes of notifications keeps the investor updated such as push notifications, alerts, SMS services etc.
•    Live portfolio of investments helps the user to arrive at quick decisions

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Jose K Mathew, Head – Retail Business, Federal Bank and Sathish Menon, Executive Director, Geojit Financial Services Ltd unveiled the new trading platform in the presence of Sunny N V, General Manager & Zonal Head, Ernakulam, A Balakrishnan, Managing Director, Geojit Technologies (P) Ltd, Babu V.K Head DP Division, Federal Bank.


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