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Leading investment services company Geojit Financial Services today launched Funds Genie, an innovative app that uses advanced technology to enable investors on board instantly and start investing in Mutual Funds.
Funds Genie was launched by Aruna Sundararajan, Chairman, Telecom Commission and Secretary, Telecom Department in the presence of C J George, founder and Managing Director of Geojit, Satish Menon, Executive Director and A Balakrishnan, Managing Director of Geojit Technologies.
Targeting the investor community, Funds Genie's salient features include, instant on-boarding in just two minutes with zero paperwork, a choice of 14,000+MF schemes, access to Geojit's recommended list of MF schemes, portfolio performance tracking, comprehensive reports and SIP calculators, a Geojit release said.
"With technological advancements, reducing cost of data and increasing accessibility to mobile and online platforms, more people prefer online transactions. Geojit has chosen the right time to launch Funds Genie MF investing application. It will offer superior user experience and help people invest in Mutual funds," Sundararajan said.
"With the new generation being extremely comfortable in using mobile applications, Funds Genie fits in easily. When it comes to guidance and advice from Geojit, our clients again stand to win, as they can depend on our years of experience", George said.
"Today, Geojit has become one of the top distributors of mutual funds in the country because of our domain knowledge in financial advisory services, which help our clients choose the right financial product," Menon said.
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