''This will help the brokers, across the country as well as within the country, to collaborate and serve the customers better,'' NARI Founding Member Naresh Malkani told reporters here.
We are targeting to 1,00,000 members in the next five years from the current 450 members, he added.
NARI President Farooq Mahmood said ,''We will be conducting series of educational programmes, workshops and seminars on regular basis to empower the members to provide customer service at par with global standards.'' There will be a grievance cell, he said, where a customer can contact in case of illegal deal for which the member will be asked for explanation.
IRPF President and CEO Norman D Flynn said, ''Assisting over 75 association across 15 countries representing 1,40,000 practioners, we are now expanding our activities to developing countries like India.'' NARI was formed in June 2007 as a non profit society.