New Delhi, Aug 08: The National Stock Exchange (NSE), India’s largest equity bourse, rebranded itself with a new logo on its silver jubilee on Wednesday.
The new logo, unveiled at a function in the national capital, has dashes of marigold, yellow, red and blue, symbolising integrity, excellence, trust and commitment. The contours of its squarish emblem has also been changed into a more rounded structure.
Former prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari were present on the occasion. Singh was the finance minister when NSE was first conceived.
The new brand identity comes ahead of the NSE' plan to launch its Initial Public Offering (IPO) by the end of this year. It reflects NSE’s multi-dimensional nature -- multiple asset classes, multiple customer segments and its multiple roles, including that of an Exchange, regulator, educator and market developer. (UNI)