We introduce ourselves as one of the oldest Broking Firm, formerly known as M/s.
S. D. Javeri holding Membership on the Stock Exchange, Bombay, since the year 1921.
Mr. Sarabhai D. Javeri, started business of Stock Broking on a smaller scale and
the firm name was given as M/s. S. D. Javeri a Proprietary Concern.
In the year 1936, Mr. Rasiklal S. Javeri, son of Mr. Sarabhai D. Javeri, joined
as Partner in the firm of M/s. S. D. Javeri and until February 1997, the name and
title of the company remain unchanged.
In the Year 1980, Mr. Pradip R. Javeri, son of Mr. Rasiklal S. Javeri joined the
firm. During this period, M/s. S. D. Javeri became approved broker with RBI and
many Financial Institutions like LIC, LIC Mutual Funds, GIC, UTI, IDBI, IDBI MF
On commencement of the OTC Market, Ms. S. D. Javeri was amongst the first dealer
to be appointed by OTC. When National Stock Exchange came into force, once again
our company was the first batch to become a member in the Capital Market Segment.
We are also a depository participant with CDSL
In 1995 on the announcement of liberalisation policy by the Finance Minister, Mr.
Chidambaram on one time tax free exemption we took opportunity of converting our
BSE Membership into Corporate Membership, and the name and title of the Company
Ms. S. D. Javeri changed to JAVERI FISCAL SERVICES LTD.
Later on Under one Umbrella We hold Corporate Membership on the Bombay Stock Exchange,
National Stock Exchange and have a dealership on the OTC Exchange of India in the
name of Javeri Fiscal Services Ltd.
Our Director, Pradip R. Javeri has overall experience of 46 years in Stock Broking,
Investments and in the Capital Market and was also on the Arbitration Committee
of the Bombay Stock Exchange. Harsh Pradip Javeri represents the Fourth Generation
and has overall experience of more than 18 years in the Field of Stock Broking,
investments and in the Capital Market . We cater to mainly Institutional and Corporate
Clients and small portion to Retail. Our Institutional clients include Life Insurance
Corporation, General Insurance Corporation and its subsidiaries, Nationalized Banks,
Private Sector Banks and Life Insurance Institutions