Finvasia Group: Fxview’s and ZuluTrade’s parent company opens office in Mumbai

Rick Steves

“We aim to focus on product enhancements, provide more personalized services to retail and Institutional businesses, and strengthen teams and services.”

Finvasia Group has opened a new office in Mumbai, India as the fintech specialist seeks to accelerate its product development in the follow-up of significant acquisitions like Fxview (a CySEC-authorized CFD broker), and major investment platforms ZuluTrade, ACT Trader, and Capital Wallet.

The new Corporate office has been inaugurated and is already operational at One BKC, G BLOCK, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai, India. Finvasia Group headquarters will remain in Sector 74, Mohali, Punjab.

Focus on product enhancements

Sarvjeet Singh Virk, Co-founder and Managing Director of Finvasia Group, stated: “With our new office in the financial capital of India, we are glad to expand our human capital to build better products faster and to further enhance the trust and experience of our domestic and global clients. We aim to focus on product enhancements, provide more personalized services to retail and Institutional businesses, and strengthen teams and services.”

Tajinder Virk, Chief Executive Officer of Finvasia Group, stated, “We are delighted to announce the much-awaited opening of this office. Tapping into Mumbai’s local talent will certainly add value to our team and strengthen our presence further in the financial capital of India. This expansion reflects our commitment to serving a diverse range of clients with our technologically driven end-to-end financial ecosystem.”

Finvasia behind India’s commission-free broker Shoonya

Finvasia Group was founded in 2009 by brothers Sarvjeet Virk and Tajinder Virk, and has launched a number of trading services and financial tools across the globe. In India, the fintech is best known for Shoonya, a multi-asset trading platform and the country’s “first truly commission-free brokerage service”.

Shoonya is India’s first and only zero-commission trading platform in Stocks, Derivatives, Currencies, Commodities, Direct Mutual Funds, IPOs, Bonds & ETFs.

Finvasia is a global financial services company co-founded by Ex-Wall Street bankers and ventured into Indian capital markets as an FII (Foreign Institutional Investor) in 2009.

The Group has a global physical presence in countries like India, Europe, Africa, Mauritius, Japan, and the GCC region. It serves clients in over 200 countries and is regulated by over a dozen regulators worldwide.

Fxview, ZuluTrade, ActTraderm AAAfx, and Capital Wallet

They unveiled their expansion strategy in Europe through the acquisition of leading brands like Fxview – a leading CySEC regulated financial services company, ZuluTrade – the world’s most recognised social trading platform, ActTrader – a pioneer in the fintech industry, AAAfx – an HCMC regulated broker and a FIU licensed crypto exchange – Capital Wallet.

“With these acquisitions, we were able to quickly bring in a diverse pool of talent, globally recognised brands and a large loyal network of client base under one unified umbrella of Finvasia.’‘ said Tajinder Virk, Co-founder & CEO Finvasia. “These acquisitions and the greenfield investments we have made in Europe will help us maintain Finvasia’s growth momentum in the region”.

Finvasia plans to increase their international scale over the next several years and become licensed and regulated in every market they enter.

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