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  • Never Received Any Money From NSEL Profit: Financial Tech

    Never Received Any Money From NSEL Profit: Financial Tech

    Embattled Financial Technologies (India) Ltd has told shareholders that it never received any money from National Spot Exchange Ltd's profit and also cautioned them against vested interests spreading rumours about the government order on merging the bourse with the company.

  • Enforcement Directorate Attaches FTIL's Mutual Funds Worth Rs 307 Crore

    Enforcement Directorate Attaches FTIL's Mutual Funds Worth Rs 307 Crore

    The Enforcement Directorate, Mumbai, has attached Rs 306.70 crore worth assets belonging to Jignesh Shah-promoted Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL).

  • MCX-SX Case: Jignesh Shah Remanded In CBI Custody

    MCX-SX Case: Jignesh Shah Remanded In CBI Custody

    A court here on Wednesday remanded Financial Technologies (India) Ltd promoter Jignesh Shah in the CBI's custody till September 26 in connection with a case against him for allegedly suppressing facts to get an extension for stock exchange MCX-SX from market regulator Sebi.

  • Financial Technologies Posts Net Profit Of Rs 12 Crore In June Quarter

    Financial Technologies Posts Net Profit Of Rs 12 Crore In June Quarter

    Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL) on Thursday reported a net profit of Rs 12.36 crore for the quarter ended June.

  • NSEL Scam: Jignesh Shah Remanded In Enforcement Directorate Custody

    NSEL Scam: Jignesh Shah Remanded In Enforcement Directorate Custody

    A court here on Wednesday remanded Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL) founder Jignesh Shah, arrested in the Rs 5,600-crore National Spot Exchange Limited scam, in the custody of the Enforcement Directorate till July 18.

  • Financial Technologies Shares Slump After Jignesh Shah's Arrest

    Financial Technologies Shares Slump After Jignesh Shah's Arrest

    Shares of Financial Technologies (India) Ltd (FTIL) slumped as much as 10 per cent to hit intraday low of Rs 82.55 after the Enforcement Directorate (ED) arrested Jignesh Shah, who is the founder and chairman emeritus the company.

  • Jignesh Shah Arrested In Rs 5,600 Crore NSEL Scam Case

    Jignesh Shah Arrested In Rs 5,600 Crore NSEL Scam Case

    The Enforcement Directorate on Tuesday arrested Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL) founder Jignesh Shah in connection with its probe into the Rs 5,600-crore National Spot Exchange Limited (NSEL) money laundering scam.

  • Court Extends Stay to Merger of NSEL, Financial Tech

    Court Extends Stay to Merger of NSEL, Financial Tech

    The Bombay High Court on Tuesday extended till March 31 stay to implementation of merger between National Spot Exchange Ltd (NSEL) and Financial Technologies (India) Ltd (FTIL).

  • Financial Tech-NSEL Merger: Government Says 96% Objections 'Orchestrated'

    Financial Tech-NSEL Merger: Government Says 96% Objections 'Orchestrated'

    As a face-off continues between Jignesh Shah-led Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL) and the Corporate Affairs Ministry over the company's merger with National Stop Exchange Ltd (NSEL), the government in its final order has said that over 96 per cent of the objections received on the proposed amalgamation prima-facie were "orchestrated and conc...

  • Court Directs IEX to Pay Rs 31 Crore Dividend to Financial Tech

    Court Directs IEX to Pay Rs 31 Crore Dividend to Financial Tech

    The Supreme Court has asked India Energy Exchange (IEX) to pay Rs 31 crore as dividend to Financial Technologies (India) within two weeks.

  • Financial Tech Posts Profit of Rs 95 Crore in Q3

    Financial Tech Posts Profit of Rs 95 Crore in Q3

    Financial Technologies on Wednesday reported a net profit of Rs 95.03 crore for the quarter ended December 31, 2015, on account of a gain on divestment of its stake in other companies.

  • Financial Tech Set to Exit IEX, to Sell Remaining Stake

    Financial Tech Set to Exit IEX, to Sell Remaining Stake

    Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL) has entered into an agreement with Madison India Opportunities for selling its remaining 0.37 per cent stake in Indian Energy Exchange (IEX) for nearly Rs 8 crore.

  • Financial Tech to Sell More Stake in IEX for Rs 100 Crore

    Financial Tech to Sell More Stake in IEX for Rs 100 Crore

    Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL) on Monday said the company has entered into two different agreements for sale of an additional 3.63 per cent stake in Indian Energy Exchange (IEX) for nearly Rs 100 crore.

  • Financial Tech in Process of Selling Remaining Stake in IEX

    Financial Tech in Process of Selling Remaining Stake in IEX

    Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL) on Friday said it has completed sale of a 19.06 per cent stake in the Indian Energy Exchange (IEX) and is in the process of divesting the remaining 6.58 per cent stake in the bourse.

  • Former Infosys CFO V Balakrishnan Joins Chennai Firm

    Former Infosys CFO V Balakrishnan Joins Chennai Firm

    Former chief financial officer of IT major Infosys Ltd V Balakrishnan on Friday joined city-based digital consultancy firm Kaar Technologies as an independent director.

  • Financial Tech Completes 11% Stake Sale in IEX

    Financial Tech Completes 11% Stake Sale in IEX

    Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL) on Wednesday saidit has completed the sale of 11 per cent stake in IndianEnergy Exchange (IEX) to DCB Power Ventures and Kiran Vyapar.

  • FTIL Sells 19% Stake Sale in IEX for Rs 410 Cr

    FTIL Sells 19% Stake Sale in IEX for Rs 410 Cr

    Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL) on Wednesday said it has entered into an amended share purchase agreement with five buyers to sell its 19.06 per cent stake in Indian Energy Exchange (IEX) for Rs 409.95 crore.

  • FTIL Renames Itself as 63 Moons Technologies

    FTIL Renames Itself as 63 Moons Technologies

    The letter also added that going forward, the company is keen and committed to create a vast universe of businesses around digital ecology, which will be the mainstream business of the 63 moons. It will remain in the realm of technology, but will strive to expand its sphere of influence in the new generational businesses built.