Bartleet Religare Securities
Bartleet Mallory Stockbrokers (BMSBL) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bartleet Group of Companies. Established in 1989, the Company is one of the founder members of the Colombo Stock Exchange and its Chairman was appointed as the first Chairman of the Stock Exchange.The company prides itself as the pioneers of the concept of Field Investment Advisors and its success is amply demonstrated in the large retail client base it possesses. The business philosophy of the company weighs heavily towards building carefully cultivated long-term business relationships with the provision of superior services.The company enjoys an enviable market position and has poised itself towards greater opportunity through political stability and economic revival in the country.
Bartleet Mallory Stockbrokers (Pvt) Ltd (BMS) is a part of the esteemed Bartleet Group, a reputed family owned company with a history dating as far back as 1904. BMS was established in 1989 and has since grown to be a cutting edge investment house, evolving with time and steadfast in its commitment to above average service, whilst aiming to be the ultimate benchmark in the industry.
As one of Sri Lanka’s pioneering stock broking firms, BMS presently has over Rs.5Bn worth of assets currently under management, made possible through our wide array of products and services comprising Equities, Government & Corporate Debt Securities, Portfolio and Asset Management as well as comprehensive Corporate Research.
At the forefront of BMS is our managing director Mr. R. Muralidaran and his vast experience, business acumen and noteworthy contribution to the industry culminated in him being unanimously selected to take up the position of Chairman – Colombo Stockbrokers Association, having been appointed on 28th July 2006.
Our team of dedicated and competent Investment Advisors maintains close professional relationships with all our clients, ensuring a truly personalized investment solution.
Our highly capable Research arm proves to be the core of any decision making, providing timely and resourceful industry and company specific research reports apart from the routine stock market summaries released on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
In our continuous drive to reach investors far and wide, BMS presently has 5 branches under its umbrella, located in strategic locations such as Jaffna, Kandy, Kurunegala, Matara and Negombo.
Our company is also proud to have a state of the art internet trading system providing real time online investment opportunities, enabling clients to access their accounts anytime, anyplace.
Goal congruence ensures each member of the BMS family works towards one objective – satisfying the client’s investment needs, whilst adopting a business philosophy of the highest standard
To be the most sought after investment house providing an unparalleled service.
To provide individualized investment solutions, by amalgamating our business philosophy based on the establishment and cultivation of long-term client relationships, without compromising on professionalism, integrity, confidentiality and ethical business standards.
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