May 2007
Forbes Asia;5/7/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p34
The article features Indiabulls Financial Services, an online brokerage in India managed by CEO Sameer Gehlaut. Gehlaut started the company in 2000 when he persuade Aditya Mittal to supply $2 million for him to open up an online financial service. After the start-up, the Mittals invested in Indiabulls Group companies. He established the service in New Delhi together with Mittal and other friends by acquiring Orbis Securities. He explained that the firm aims for $360 in annual commissions.


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