61 words that NSE doesn't want traders to use without proper registration

The announcement has been made to safeguard investors from traders who claim to have services other than broking services without having the applicable registration

BS Web Team New Delhi
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The National Stock Exchange (NSE) on Thursday announced restrictions on members and authorised persons from using names such as advisor, mutual funds, mutual fund services, capital manager, fund advisor, and asset/wealth/portfolio management among others, according to a report by Mint.
The stock exchange said that they have prepared the list of words as they tend to create a wrong impression among investors.

NSE in its statement said that “It is observed by Exchange that Trading Members/Authorized Persons are using words such as Advisors, Asset/Wealth/Portfolio Management etc. in their name which is misleading and may indicate to the clients/investors that the Trading Members/Authorized Persons are registered for offering services other than broking services without having the applicable registration for those services with Sebi/other regulators."
"The name of Trading Member/Authorized Person should reflect the registration held by the entity and should not in any way create an impression of performing a role for which the entity is not registered," the circular issued by the NSE said.

The announcement has been made to safeguard investors from traders who claim to have services other than broking services without having the applicable registration, the report said.
As this order comes into effect, the members can use the listed nomenclatures only if they have registered themselves in that capacity with Sebi or with other regulators. However, the list provided is only illustrative and not exhaustive, the circular clarified.

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Here are the 61 words that the exchange has listed that the traders can no longer use:
1. Adviser/Advisor

2. Advisory Services
3. Asset

4. Asset Advisory
5. Asset consultancy

6. Asset distribution
7. Asset management

8. Asset manager
9. Asset services

10. Asset consultants
11. Capital Adviser/Advisor

12. Capital management
13. Capital services

14. Corporate advisory
15. Financial planner/s

16. Financial planning
17. Fund Adviser/Advisor

18. Fundmart
19. Independant Financial Adviser/IFA

20. Investmart
21. Investment Adviser/Advisor

22. Investment consultancy
23. Investment consultancy services

24. Investment consultant/s
25. Investment consulting

26. Investment manager/s
27. Investment planners

28. Investment solutions
29. Money manager

30. Multi Wealth investments
31. Mutual fund services

32. Mutual funds
33. Portfolio

34. Portfolio advisory
35. Portfolio consultancy

36. Portfolio consultants
37. Portfolio management

38. Portfolio manager
39. Portfolio services

40. prime wealth
41. wealth

42. wealth adviser/s or wealth advisor/s
43. wealth advisory

44. wealth advisory services
45. wealth care

46. wealth chanakya
47. wealth consultancy

48. wealth consultants
49. wealth consulting

50. wealth creator/s
51. wealth express

52. wealth investment
53. wealth mall

54. wealth management
55. wealth manager/s

56. wealth planner
57. wealth plus

58. wealth services
59. wealth solution/s

60. wealth vision
61. wealth yantra

Further, the NSE has advised traders to comply with this order in the exchange and also with the Registrar of Companies by 31st March, 2023 in case the listed nomenclatures are being used, the Mint report said.

First Published: Feb 23 2023 | 4:27 PM IST

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