BMA WEALTH CREATORS LIMITED

Corporate Profile

BMA WEALTH CREATORS LIMITED INDUCTION

THE MANAGEMENT THE PEOPLE ITS PRODUCTS & OFFERINGS. IT’S ASSOCIATIONS.       ITS VISION & MISSION. .You should be informed  ABOUT THE COMPANY YOU WORK FOR. IT’S PRESENCE.

About BMA Wealth Creators Established in December 2004. Maithan Smelters Limited. the Group has created its forte by promoting successful ventures in the fields of coal mining. Maithan Alloys Limited. BMA Wealth creators is a part of the BMA Group. Snowtex Udyog Ltd. The Company works towards understanding the financial ambitions of its clients and adjusts to its risk profile accordingly. Anjanery Ferro Alloys Limited. Prop. BMA Wealth Creators is a financial services provider and specializes in extending customized financial solutions to individual and corporates. Established in 1920s. . in the form of established names in the market such as BMA Stainless Steel (Captain TMT Bars). BMA International and BMA EcoPrint. refractory. Our expertise combined with thorough understanding of the financial markets results in appropriate investment solutions for all. steel and Ferro alloy.

They are: .Vision & Mission VISION .To provide integrated financial services thereby building investor wealth and confidence MISSION .To establish itself as a financial supermarket providing integrated investment services BMA Wealth Creators heads two companies under its corporate umbrella.

The Management Name ANUBHAV BHATTER Designation MD & CEO AVINASH AGARWALLA DIRECTOR ASIT KUMAR GHOSH DIRECTOR SHIV KUMAR DAMANI DIRECTOR SAIKAT GANGULY PRESIDENT & COO .

The People (Who’s Who List) .

BSE) Commodity Futures (MCX. NCDEX) Currency Futures (MCX – SX) Depository Services (NSDL. Bonds and Corporate Fixed Deposits Retail Asset Unlimited Trading Scheme – 1 Paisa Offer . CDSL) Mutual Funds Insurance – Life and Non Life / Group Insurance IPOs.Products & Services          Equities & Equity Derivatives (NSE.

Our Presence Existing Business Networks: BMA Wealth Creators Limited has a total of 170 strategically located branches across India (Including Branch Office & Venues). Headquartered in Kolkata. the Company makes its presence felt through 2700+ franchisees across the country. .

Our Associations We are associated with some of the most prestigious brands & events of the country. . we have partnered CNBC Awaaz in their path-breaking investment programme. Money Yatra. Kareena Kapoor is the face and Brand Ambassador of BMAWC. In an initiative to generate financial awareness among the community.

Professionalism at the workplace WHAT IS BUSINESS ETIQUETTE?   Rules that allow us to interact in a civilized fashion Code of behavior that is grounded in common sense and cultural norms. discourteous. Etiquette is about presenting yourself with the kind of polish that shows you can be taken seriously. or abrasive is unintentional and could have been avoided by practicing good manners or etiquette. WHY DO WE NEED BUSINESS ETIQUETTE?     Creating and maintaining a professional impression within the workplace can be the first step towards a successful career. Most behavior that is perceived as disrespectful. . Etiquette is also being comfortable around people.

SMILE     .The basics of business etiquette      Eye contact Smiling Handshake and greeting Posture Sharing business cards EYE CONTACT    Eye contacts accounts for the majority of non-verbal facial expressions you send. Connect your smile to appropriate movements and gestures to create the right impression. Eye contact builds rapport. The smile communicates positive qualities about you. Good eye contact involves looking at the speaker. Intersperse a reassuring smile with your message. A smile is a natural emotional response to something pleasurable. moderating eye movements and blinking. relaxed facial expressions and maintaining contact about 60-70% of the time.

. Know whom to introduce first  Junior to senior  Fellow worker to client Eliminate slang/jargon from your vocabulary while making introductions. The way you walk is important.The basics of business etiquette HANDSHAKE AND GREETING    HANDSHAKE: offer your entire hand. and shoulders back. web-to-web. POSTURE     Hold your head upright. have your chest out. Stand with centering and lean slightly forward. You want to convey confidence and attentiveness. shake lightly and release.

Treat cards with respect when receiving them Do not put a card in your pocket without looking at it Hold the cards in both hands when offering it. Wait until someone of higher rank asks for your card or a third party has introduced you. Or at least use your right hand for exchanging cards Hand out cards with the face-up. . stained.The basics of business etiquette SHARING BUSINESS CARDS         Ensure plentiful supply of your business cards.  Store your cards in a nice holder so that they don’t get bent. or torn cards should be avoided.  Business cards with words scratched out gives the impression of disorganization. Cards should be exchanged at the beginning or end of the initial meeting Business cards should be clean and up-to-date  Wrinkled.

FIRST IMPRESSIONS  Within 30 seconds people judge your  Economic level  Social position  Level of sophistication  Level of success Within 4 minutes people decide your  Trustworthiness  Compassion  Reliability  Intelligence  Capability  Humility  Friendliness  Confidence  .

and suitability. smelly. . Your dress conveys success. Being wrinkled.APPEARANCE      The way you dress is the single biggest nonverbal communication you make about yourself. always choose to be on the conservative side Always practice impeccable grooming. or unkempt communicates that you don’t care enough about the situation. If in doubt. intelligence. the people or the company. trustworthiness. unshaven.

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