New Grand Capital office for investors in India

Even in this difficult period for the economy, Grand Capital continues to ensure that the company’s clients always have an opportunity to consult professionals on trading-related issues in their region. A new regional office opened its doors specifically for investors and VIP clients of the company.

Gutam Das, Director of Development in Africa:

We are pleased to announce the opening of a new Grand Capital office in Indore. Now our VIP traders can get useful advice for building an investment portfolio from the office’s employees. Clients who don’t have VIP status can apply for help via WhatsApp or email.

Office contacts:

WhatsApp: 91 93991 71513

Email: [email protected], [email protected]

Address: Business Park C-21, Pushp Vihar Colony, Scheme No 131, Indore, Madhya Pradesh 452010, India.

An appointment is required before the visit.

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