Amongst India’s fastest-growing domestic institutional brokerage houses with a highly experienced and diversified research team catering to over 100 institutional clients across India and the rest of the world.


Wide coverage


Expertise in identifying "hidden gems" in the small and the mid cap space


Road shows and conferences with senior managements of high repute


Meetings with unlisted corporates and channel checks


Technnical analysis recommendations


Empanelled with over 100+ funds

Why Systematix?


We have a seasoned research team that provides a bottom-up fundamental analysis of diverse sectors and companies in India with a focus on big thematic and sector reports that dig deep into the relevant industries.


The team currently covers over 100 stocks across various sectors.


We have a highly experienced sales team that provides customized and highly effective solutions to cater to the needs of our institutional clients.

Trading Desk

Systematix’s trading desk offers multiple platforms and algorithms to enable the seamless execution of complex trades across trading strategies in both the cash and derivatives markets and is manned by a highly capable and experienced team.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Institutional equity is a special division of a brokerage firm that deals with institutional investors.

They look for higher yields for the longer term. They are progressively engaging in more complex investments across asset classes, including real estate, infrastructure, PE and credit. Many have also increasingly moved towards more direct ownership and active operations.

Institutional ownership refers to the ownership stake in a company that is held by large financial organizations, pension funds, or endowments. Institutions generally purchase large blocks of a company's outstanding shares and can exert considerable influence upon its management.

Large interchange volume enables a better risk/ return trade payoff than is possible by direct holdings.

Restriction of Objective: They have to work within the outline, which they decide before presenting the scheme.

Economies of scale: Higher capacities of trade and the distribution skills of expert managers help in achieving economies of scale.

Cost: Investors have to bear the operating expenses, management fees and other charges which impact the returns.

Professional Management: One of the striking features of institutional investments is that the service of professional management at a very reasonable cost.

Transparency Issues: The investment performance can be manipulated or there can be window dressing issues.

Liquidity: They invest in large liquid assets to mitigate and diversify their risks at any given time.

An institutional investor is a company or organization that invests money on behalf of its clients or members. Hedge funds, mutual funds, and endowments are examples of institutional investors. Institutional investors are considered savvier than the average investor and are often subject to less regulatory oversight.

The difference is that a non-institutional investor is an individual person, and an institutional investor is some type of entity: a pension fund, mutual fund company, bank, insurance company, or any other large institution.

Yes, private equity (PE) industry comprises institutional investors such as pension funds and large PE firms funded by accredited investors.

When a stock has high institutional ownership, it is usually a good sign. If the institutions including large investment banks, mutual funds and pension funds are the smart money in the market, having them invest in the company indicates the company is doing well.


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