Corporate Structure

NSE was incorporated in 1992. It was recognised as a stock exchange by SEBI in April 1993 and commenced operations in 1994 with the launch of the wholesale debt market, followed shortly after by the launch of the cash market segment.

Between 1994 and 2016, we expanded our lines of business and product offerings through key milestones:

We have also grown our business beyond traditional listing and trading services:

Year History
1995 Setup wholly-owned subsidiary, NSCCL, which became the first clearing corporation to be established in India (according to the Oliver Wyman Report). NSCCL commenced clearing and settlement operations in the following year.
1998 Established IISL, our subsidary, as a joint venture with CRISIL Limited to operate an indices business. IISL became a wholly-owned subsidiary in 2013 following the acquisition of CRISIL's 49% stake.
1999 Established NSEIT, a wholly-owned subsidiary and a global technology firm that provides end-to-end technology solutions, including application services, infrastructure services, analytics as a service and IT enabled services. In 2015 and 2016, respectively, NSEIT launched its Testing Center of Excellence and Integrated Security Response Center
2000 Incorporated DotEx, a wholly-owned subsidiary, and consolidated the data and info-vending business under DotEx.
2006 Incorporated NSE Infotech Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary for IT research and development.
2016 Consolidated the education business under NSE Academy, a wholly-owned subsidiary. Incorporated two new subsidiaries, NSE IFSC Limited and NSE IFSC Clearing Corporation Limited, in furtherance of NSE's long-term business strategy to establish an international exchange in GIFT City.

NSE also has strategic investments in complementary businesses, including mutual fund registry services, back-end exchange support services for its platforms, depository services, e-corporate governance and commodity, power and receivables exchanges.

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