GCM Commodity & Derivatives Ltd
GCM

GCM Commodity & Derivatives Ltd (535917)

₹3.90%

Key Stats

₹3.9
Day's Price Range
₹3.9
₹2.77
52-Week Price Range
₹7.43

Company Financials

  • Annual
Total Assets
Total Liabilities
Value in ₹ crore

Peer Comparsion

PE
Rank 407
EPS
Rank 423
BVPS
Rank 476
Dividend Yield
Rank 113
ROE
Rank 727
Price To Book Ratio
Rank 317
Debt To Asset
Rank 367
0.47

Company Information

GCM Commodity Derivatives Limited was incorporated on April 26 2005 as a Private Limited Company. Subsequently the company was converted into a public limited company on June 14 2013. The company was promoted by GCM Securities Limited Mr. Inder Chand Baid Mr. Manish Baid and Mr. Samir Baid. The company allotted 2625500 equity shares to GCM Securities Limited on March 28 2013 representing 67.03 of its pre issue capital and accordingly it became the subsidiary of GCM Securities Limited.GCM Commodity is currently engaged in the business of investing in NSEL Investment Products for arbitrage opportunities and commodity broking. The company provides commodity broking facilities through its membership of NSEL. The company become the TradingcumClearing member of National Spot Exchange Limited and started the commodity broking business in May 2013.To further expand the business the company also plans to take the Membership of Multi Commodity Exchange of India LimitedMCX.
OrganisationGCM Commodity & Derivatives Ltd
HeadquartersKolkata
IndustryFinance

Indian stocks brokerage services are provided by INDmoney Private Limited. INDmoney Private Limited is carrying out the business of in respect to stock broking activities and also carries out the activities of depository participant. SEBI Registration No. INZ000305337 | SEBI Depository Participant Registration No. IN-DP-690-2022 Depository Participant ID: CDSL 12095500 | Trading and Clearing Member of NSE (90267, M70042) and BSE (6779)

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