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Vijay Kedia offers BSE the rights to the jingle, “BSE Meri Jaan Ho Tum”

Jan 25th, 2022 8:35 pm | By | Category: SPECIAL NEWS COVERAGE

Mumbai, 25th January, 2022: BSE, India’s premier stock exchange, today signed an agreement with Vijay Kedia for an exclusive, perpetual, irrevocable, royalty free, worldwide, and transferable license of the Jingle, “BSE Meri Jaan Ho Tum”.

In a ceremony held at BSE at ICH, Kedia has conveyed all rights to the jingle song to BSE for a one-time and all-inclusive fee of INR 1 (Rupee one only) and he shall not owe any future additional royalties or fees for future use of the Jingle.

On the occasion,Vijay Kedia, said “from my first failed attempt in 1989 to become a sub-broker at BSE to today where my voice becomes a part of this great institution, the journey is both overwhelming and an honour.”

On the occasion,Ashishkumar Chauhan, MD & CEO of BSE, said “We thank Kedia for offering us this beautiful jingle. He has been a long term investor in the Capital Markets, and a well-wisher and supporter of the exchange. We are grateful for his kind gesture.”

Speaking on the occasion, Uttam Bagri, former Chairman of Bombay Stock Exchange Brokers Forum, said “This is a wonderful association between BSE and Kedia, and shows the goodwill that exists between the exchange and the investors of the Capital Markets. Truly a song by the market of the market for the market.”

Vijay Kedia, Managing Director of Kedia Securities Pvt. Ltd. is a well-known and successful long term investor of the Indian Capital Markets. In 2016,Kedia was conferred with a doctorate degree. He was ranked 13th on the Business World list of Successful Investors of India and has been described by the Economic Times as a “market master”. Recently, Kedia was given Dr Ambedkar award by governor of Maharashtra for his charity work.

Combining his twin passions for singing and Investor Education, Kedia has sung and released more than 10 songs related to Capital Markets with the heartfelt belief that true investor education for the masses has to be in simpler forms, and in manners that touches the heart.

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