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BSE launches new online confirmation system

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MUMBAI, July 9

THE Bombay Stock Exchange today launched the "on-line trade confirmation system" though its Web site.

Investors can confirm and verify their transactions done on BSE by filing the details of their transactions from the contract note on the designated form. It will be offered free of charge to investors over the Internet.

The system was introduced to commemorate the BSE completing 127 years. "E-learning by the BSE Training Institute" was another initiative announced by the exchange on the occasion.

Mr A.N. Joshi, Executive Director, BSE, said that the exchange planned to launch an investor awareness campaign with a checklist of dos and don'ts prepared as a ready reckoner. BSE also plans to dstribute over one lakh copies free.

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