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BNA starts Coimbatore outlet

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COIMBATORE: BNA Wealth Creators plans to expand its presence to 35 locations in the Southern States by March next. Currently, the company is present in six locations.

According to Anubhav Bhatter, its Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, the group entered the financial sector two years ago and currently has 450 outlets across the country.

The current client base is 11,000 and is growing at about 1,000 clients a month. The company is currently into stock broking, commodities, mutual funds, etc.

It plans to enter investment banking and merchant banking in a year.

Its presence is predominant in the East now and by expanding in South and North it hopes that 20 to 25 per cent its total revenue will come from the Southern States of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh next year.

An outlet was opened in Coimbatore on Thursday.

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