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Bombay Stock Exchange adopts technology to bring transparency, fairness and

The world’s 11th largest stock exchange faced a number of challenges due to its burgeoning size. The launch of trading platform software BOLT Plus brought the BSE and investors closer. The digital transformation began in 2010 when Kersi Tavadia was appointed as the first CIO of the BSE. The stock exchange achieved 4,00,000 trading orders per six microseconds post-digitisation. The transformation resulted in a high degree of transparency and fairness to all stakeholders.

   


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