Incorporated in 1992, NSE was recognised as a stock exchange by SEBI in April 1993, commenced operations in 1994 and has been ranked as the largest stock exchange in India in terms of total and average daily turnover for equity shares every year since 1995, based on SEBI data. It is the largest derivatives exchange globally in terms of number of contracts. NSE has a culture of innovation and proactive investment in technology. NSE was the first exchange in India to implement electronic or screenbased trading. Some highlights of the company are as follows:
? It is the largest derivative exchange in the world in terms of contracts traded.
? Largest Exchange of India, the world?s sixth largest economy.
? Second largest derivative exchange in the world in terms of currency futures traded.
? Eighth largest exchange in the world in terms of index futures contracts.
? Fourth largest exchange in the world in the capital market cash segment.
? Eighth largest exchange in the world in terms of interest rates options contracts traded.
? Fourth largest exchange in the world in terms of single stock future contracts.
? Tenth largest exchange in the world by contracts traded in long-term interest rate futures.
? Seventh largest exchange in the world in terms of single stock options contract.
The above chart shows the Combined Market Capitalization of National Stock Exchange (NSE) from 2018 to 2021 with a CAGR of 13%.
The above chart shows the Total Revenue from 2018 to 2021 with a CAGR of 27%.
The above chart shows Profit After Tax (PAT) from 2018 to 2021 with a CAGR of 35%.
- During FY21, an upward trend continued with around 77% increase in the income from transaction charges from Rs. 2,387.77 crores for FY20 to Rs. 4,235.62 crores for FY21.
- During FY21, there was an increase of around 4% in the income from listing fees.
- The total book building fees increased to Rs. 24.36 crores in FY21 from Rs. 11.01 crores in FY20.
- The total processing fees during the year was increased to Rs. 25.34 crores in FY21 from Rs. 14.21 crores in FY20.
- The IT and Telecom expenses rose from Rs. 222.30 crores in FY20 to Rs. 355.22 crores in FY21.