Mr. Rachit Khandelwal started tracking stock market as early as at the age of 14 years and always had a distinct edge for stock talks and other asset classes. After studying financial markets for 4 years, he ventured and set up his first office providing investment banking. Since then, there has been no looking back. His business grew multi-fold and it took no time to expand his foray in other cities of Rajasthan and some parts of Gujarat.
He acquired his Investment Adviser certificate and became one of the few SEBI registered Investment Advisers in India. Through www.RachitKhandelwal.com he plans to deliver a hassle-free service experience to the length and breadth of India. Through his vast experience of over 13 years, he is able to analyze the financial markets and other verticals of asset classes with precision along with providing efficient services to his clients.
SEBI REGISTERED INDIVIDUAL INVESTMENT ADVISER
Amongst the first few Individual Investment Advisers of Rajasthan.
Rachit Khandelwal has an experience of over 14 years in Equity markets, Commodity Markets, mutual Funds, Insurance, Trading and Investment Advisory.
ETHICAL BUSINESS PRACTICES
So far, there have been no complaints registered in SEBI against him.
Provide insightful advice based on the precise requirements of clients.
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